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HP Envy X360 Laptop - £599.97 @ PC World

£599.97 @ PC World
Hey guys, picked one of these up from liecester PC world today, thought it was a great price. They had plenty in stock. Specification Technical specifications for HP ENVY x360 15-aq160sa 15.6" 2 i… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Hey guys, picked one of these up from liecester PC world today, thought it was a great price. They had plenty in stock.
Specification
Technical specifications for HP ENVY x360 15-aq160sa 15.6" 2 in 1 - Silver

OVERVIEW
Type 2 in 1
Operating system Windows 10 (64-bit)
SPECIFICATION
Processor - Intel® Core™ i7-7500U Processor
- Dual-core
- 2.7 GHz
- 4 MB cache
Memory (RAM) 8 GB DDR4
Storage 1 TB HDD, 7200 rpm
SCREEN
Touchscreen Yes
Screen size 15.6"
Screen type IPS
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Screen features LED backlighting
CONNECTIVITY
Wireless 802.11 ac
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2
USB - USB-C x 1
- USB 3.1 x 2
Video interface HDMI x 1
Audio interface 3.5 mm jack
MEDIA
Optical disc drive No
Memory card reader SD memory card reader
SOUND
Sound - Bang & Olufsen
- HP Audio Boost
Speakers Integrated stereo speakers
FEATURES
Camera Integrated HD IR webcam
Microphone Yes
Mouse / trackpad Multitouch trackpad
Keyboard Full-size island-style backlit keyboard with numeric keypad
Security features Kensington MicroSaver security lock slot
POWER
Battery type 4-cell Lithium-ion
Battery life Up to 10 hours
GENERAL
Colour Natural silver
Box contents - HP ENVY x360 15-aq160sa 15.6" 2 in 1
- AC power adapter
Dimensions 18.8 x 380 x 250 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 2.17 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 1 year
Software included * Full version of Microsoft Office not included
* Full version of anti-virus / internet security not included
- CyberLink PowerDirector
- Netflix
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banned#1
It's on clearance already, (.97p) and only been out a few months, and they had loads in stock?
Hmmmm
1 Like #2
No SSD :-(
#3
I recently got this with only i5 processor, but additional 128 ssd, paid around £675 which I thought was a decent price. The machine itself seems nice as a do it all home computer. The portability is limited, but I didn't buy it to carry around. Heat added.
#4
boostii
I recently got this with only i5 processor, but additional 128 ssd, paid around £675 which I thought was a decent price. The machine itself seems nice as a do it all home computer. The portability is limited, but I didn't buy it to carry around. Heat added.
so you bought a 2in1 laptop not to carry it around?
#5
powerbrick
boostii
I recently got this with only i5 processor, but additional 128 ssd, paid around £675 which I thought was a decent price. The machine itself seems nice as a do it all home computer. The portability is limited, but I didn't buy it to carry around. Heat added.
so you bought a 2in1 laptop not to carry it around?


Compared to say, my wife's Dell Latitude which has 12" screen and weighs a bit more than 1kg, then this is a beast. Compared to a 15" laptop from 5-10 years ago, it is light weight and slimline. It depends on your reference point. For me the touch screen is a nice bonus, not essential, I usually work in keyboard mode, but sometimes laying on the sofa reading the online newspapers etc it's nice to have the tablet option. For what I do, I'm happy to take my iPad out and about, just need a proper computer at home sometimes.
3 Likes #6
The portability is limited

Please stop talking pants. It weighs 2kg, drink some milk.

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Feb 09, 2017 23:56
#7
Looks like PC WORLD website is closed for the night!

We’re making  better for you.

We’ll be back soon.
#8
For an extra 30 quid you could get this

Edited By: bocosrs on Feb 10, 2017 07:43
#9
No ssd cold cold
1 Like #10
Are the x360 a bit lower in quality than the pure envy? Prices seem to be a bit lower from all the looking about I have done but have that extra functionality
2 Likes #11
Not everyone wants an SSD, and I didn't. I wanted to replace an ageing HP laptop, that had 1Tb of disk space, much of it used up (I'd ran out of space a few times) so I didn't want anything smaller than 1Tb.

The hard drive is a 7200rpm one, rather than the 5400rpm one which is still used in many new laptops, so is faster.

So, I bought one of these laptops a few days ago and, so far, I'm quite happy with it.

It is a 7th generation Intel Core i7 chip. Many laptops on sale for this price, or more, are are still 6th generation, or i5 processors.

I wasn't very interested in getting a touch screen laptop but now I have, I quite like that.

Windows is still not very good as a touch screen device (few apps, for a start and it's also a bit clunky) but there are some benefits to that.

Being able to fold the laptop into different positions is useful and I've watched some video with it in the 'tent' position, which has been quite good.

It is 'Full HD' which is quite good.

It also has USB C which most laptops don't yet have (many still have USB 2.0, for some of the ports).

It also supports 'Windows Hello' which means it unlocks when it recognises your face. Not very necessary, but a nice touch.

For me, the laptop is intended to be a productivity device but also I'll use it for playing media.

I spent a fair bit of effort looking at other laptops and, for the comparative price, I think this is a decent deal.
#12
This laptop is pretty perfect for me. If only they had stock close by...
1 Like #13
ielb
Not everyone wants an SSD, and I didn't. I wanted to replace an ageing HP laptop, that had 1Tb of disk space, much of it used up (I'd ran out of space a few times) so I didn't want anything smaller than 1Tb.
The hard drive is a 7200rpm one, rather than the 5400rpm one which is still used in many new laptops, so is faster.
So, I bought one of these laptops a few days ago and, so far, I'm quite happy with it.
It is a 7th generation Intel Core i7 chip. Many laptops on sale for this price, or more, are are still 6th generation, or i5 processors.
I wasn't very interested in getting a touch screen laptop but now I have, I quite like that.
Windows is still not very good as a touch screen device (few apps, for a start and it's also a bit clunky) but there are some benefits to that.
Being able to fold the laptop into different positions is useful and I've watched some video with it in the 'tent' position, which has been quite good.
It is 'Full HD' which is quite good.
It also has USB C which most laptops don't yet have (many still have USB 2.0, for some of the ports).
It also supports 'Windows Hello' which means it unlocks when it recognises your face. Not very necessary, but a nice touch.
For me, the laptop is intended to be a productivity device but also I'll use it for playing media.
I spent a fair bit of effort looking at other laptops and, for the comparative price, I think this is a decent deal.
That's fine, but everyone DOES want an SSD. Whether they can afford one at the capacity they need, well that's another thing.
#14
finbaar
ielb
Not everyone wants an SSD, and I didn't. I wanted to replace an ageing HP laptop, that had 1Tb of disk space, much of it used up (I'd ran out of space a few times) so I didn't want anything smaller than 1Tb.
The hard drive is a 7200rpm one, rather than the 5400rpm one which is still used in many new laptops, so is faster.
So, I bought one of these laptops a few days ago and, so far, I'm quite happy with it.
It is a 7th generation Intel Core i7 chip. Many laptops on sale for this price, or more, are are still 6th generation, or i5 processors.
I wasn't very interested in getting a touch screen laptop but now I have, I quite like that.
Windows is still not very good as a touch screen device (few apps, for a start and it's also a bit clunky) but there are some benefits to that.
Being able to fold the laptop into different positions is useful and I've watched some video with it in the 'tent' position, which has been quite good.
It is 'Full HD' which is quite good.
It also has USB C which most laptops don't yet have (many still have USB 2.0, for some of the ports).
It also supports 'Windows Hello' which means it unlocks when it recognises your face. Not very necessary, but a nice touch.
For me, the laptop is intended to be a productivity device but also I'll use it for playing media.
I spent a fair bit of effort looking at other laptops and, for the comparative price, I think this is a decent deal.
That's fine, but everyone DOES want an SSD. Whether they can afford one at the capacity they need, well that's another thing.

Is it easy to DIY upgrade to an SSD
#15
finbaar
ielb
Not everyone wants an SSD, and I didn't. I wanted to replace an ageing HP laptop, that had 1Tb of disk space, much of it used up (I'd ran out of space a few times) so I didn't want anything smaller than 1Tb.
The hard drive is a 7200rpm one, rather than the 5400rpm one which is still used in many new laptops, so is faster.
So, I bought one of these laptops a few days ago and, so far, I'm quite happy with it.
It is a 7th generation Intel Core i7 chip. Many laptops on sale for this price, or more, are are still 6th generation, or i5 processors.
I wasn't very interested in getting a touch screen laptop but now I have, I quite like that.
Windows is still not very good as a touch screen device (few apps, for a start and it's also a bit clunky) but there are some benefits to that.
Being able to fold the laptop into different positions is useful and I've watched some video with it in the 'tent' position, which has been quite good.
It is 'Full HD' which is quite good.
It also has USB C which most laptops don't yet have (many still have USB 2.0, for some of the ports).
It also supports 'Windows Hello' which means it unlocks when it recognises your face. Not very necessary, but a nice touch.
For me, the laptop is intended to be a productivity device but also I'll use it for playing media.
I spent a fair bit of effort looking at other laptops and, for the comparative price, I think this is a decent deal.
That's fine, but everyone DOES want an SSD. Whether they can afford one at the capacity they need, well that's another thing.

I'm willing to bet that the average consumer who buys from PC World will think an SSD is something you need to see the doctor about.
#16
Noxia
finbaar
ielb
Not everyone wants an SSD, and I didn't. I wanted to replace an ageing HP laptop, that had 1Tb of disk space, much of it used up (I'd ran out of space a few times) so I didn't want anything smaller than 1Tb.
The hard drive is a 7200rpm one, rather than the 5400rpm one which is still used in many new laptops, so is faster.
So, I bought one of these laptops a few days ago and, so far, I'm quite happy with it.
It is a 7th generation Intel Core i7 chip. Many laptops on sale for this price, or more, are are still 6th generation, or i5 processors.
I wasn't very interested in getting a touch screen laptop but now I have, I quite like that.
Windows is still not very good as a touch screen device (few apps, for a start and it's also a bit clunky) but there are some benefits to that.
Being able to fold the laptop into different positions is useful and I've watched some video with it in the 'tent' position, which has been quite good.
It is 'Full HD' which is quite good.
It also has USB C which most laptops don't yet have (many still have USB 2.0, for some of the ports).
It also supports 'Windows Hello' which means it unlocks when it recognises your face. Not very necessary, but a nice touch.
For me, the laptop is intended to be a productivity device but also I'll use it for playing media.
I spent a fair bit of effort looking at other laptops and, for the comparative price, I think this is a decent deal.
That's fine, but everyone DOES want an SSD. Whether they can afford one at the capacity they need, well that's another thing.
I'm willing to bet that the average consumer who buys from PC World will think an SSD is something you need to see the doctor about.

You mean it's not?
#17
I can't find this deal anymore . . . . .

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