HP Pavilion x360 13-s150sa 13.3" 2 in 1 - Silver £499.99 @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Anyone think this is a good deal? Need a laptop with long battery life. I am lawyer so would like ability to turn into tablet for documents.

Technical specifications for HP Pavilion x360 13-s150sa 13.3" 2 in 1 - Silver

OVERVIEW
Type 2 in 1
Operating system Windows 10 (64-bit)
SPECIFICATION
Processor - Intel® i5-6200U Processor
- Dual-core
- 2.3 GHz / 2.8 GHz with Turbo Boost
- 3 MB cache
Memory (RAM) 8 GB DDR3
Storage 128 GB SSD
SCREEN
Screen size 13.3"
Screen type IPS LED
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Touchscreen Multi-point touchscreen
Screen features LED backlighting
CONNECTIVTY
Wireless 802.11 ac
Ethernet 10/100 Ethernet
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
USB - USB 3.0 x 2
- USB 2.0 x 1
Video interface HDMI x 1
Audio interface 3.5 mm jack
MEDIA
Optical disc drive No
Memory card reader SD memory card reader
Expansion card slot No
SOUND
Sound B&O Play
Speakers Integrated stereo speakers
FEATURES
Camera Integrated HD webcam
Microphone Yes
Mouse / trackpad HP Imagepad trackpad
Keyboard Full-size keyboard
Security features - Kensington MicroSaver lock slot
- Power-on password
- Accepts third-party security lock devices
- Trusted Platform Module
POWER
Battery life Up to 10 hours
GENERAL
Colour Silver
Box contents - HP Pavilion 13-s150sa 13.3" 2 in 1
- AC power adapter
- 48 Wh prismatic battery
- Quick start guide
- Power plug
Dimensions 22.5 x 327.4 x 223.6 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 1.62 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 1 year
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#1
If you want to share documents you might like to consider instead the Microsoft Surface 3/4 Pro or Surface Book. Their 3:2 aspect ratio is much more like an A4 sheet of paper rather than the widescreen of most laptops
#2
hi OP i am writing this from said laptop having bought one 4 weeks ago. Just to be clear they were only charging £599 for it then not the claimed £699 but this is still a fair deal. The laptop is very nice to use very good screen super fast even planing some high end games (i got a free copy of F1 2015 with it which plays ok although the frame rate isnt fantastic). At the time MS were giving a £100 trade in for an older laptop and offer which has since finished. I spend a bit of time traveling and the folding screen is great for watching films when space is a little tight. The keyboard turns off when you fold it past 180 degrees which is helpful. The keys are a little clicky but you get used to it and I dont do that much typing on it. 128gb ssd is easy bolstered by a sd card in the side. Its very powerful as a media or work machine. Over all I would say worth the £500 they are after for it.

Not sure why people are voting cold, its about if its a deal not if you like the item

Edited By: phildenholm2 on Dec 06, 2015 09:17
#3
phildenholm2
hi OP i am writing this from said laptop having bought one 4 weeks ago. Just to be clear they were only charging £599 for it then not the claimed £699 but this is still a fair deal. The laptop is very nice to use very good screen super fast even planing some high end games (i got a free copy of F1 2015 with it which plays ok although the frame rate isnt fantastic). At the time MS were giving a £100 trade in for an older laptop and offer which has since finished. I spend a bit of time traveling and the folding screen is great for watching films when space is a little tight. The keyboard turns off when you fold it past 180 degrees which is helpful. The keys are a little clicky but you get used to it and I dont do that much typing on it. 128gb ssd is easy bolstered by a sd card in the side. Its very powerful as a media or work machine. Over all I would say worth the £500 they are after for it.
Not sure why people are voting cold, its about if its a deal not if you like the item
Maybe a Lawyer thing that's getting the cold votes. X)
#4
i dont know why people bother with this website, full of trolls
#5
I got this the other week & find it pretty good, I did upgrade to SSD though. Not quite the spec but a few quid less.
http://www.ebuyer.com/722730-asus-tp300la-touch-convertible-laptop-tp300la-dw175h
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This is a pretty great deal, new Skylake processor, plenty of RAM and an SSD to make the most of them. It won't be a nicely built as the premium HP Spectre ranges but seems like a no brainer for £499
#7
I bought it. Very impressed. Bit heavy, but battery lasts a full day. Speakers v good for small laptop. Screen excellent.
#8
this one or the one on HP UK Store ?

http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=N7H85EA&opt=ABU&mastersku=N7H85EA&masteropt=ABU&sel=NTB& HP Pavilion 13-s100na x360 Laptop comes for 499.00 as well with better diskspace but not FULL HD ? is that the only difference?
#9
kred
I bought it. Very impressed. Bit heavy, but battery lasts a full day. Speakers v good for small laptop. Screen excellent.
Have you got a chance to try HDD upgrade ?
#10
kred
I bought it. Very impressed. Bit heavy, but battery lasts a full day. Speakers v good for small laptop. Screen excellent.
how is the laptop

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