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HP Spectre x360 13.3" FHD 2 in 1 - Ash Silver £899.00 with code @ PC World

£899.00 @ PC World
HP Spectre 13 x360, 8gb ram and 256gb ssd, fullHD screen @pcworld / Currys. pcworld/currys are selling with 10% discount with code "windows10" which brings down to £900. post that hp is also runnin… Read More
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HP Spectre 13 x360, 8gb ram and 256gb ssd, fullHD screen @pcworld / Currys.
pcworld/currys are selling with 10% discount with code "windows10" which brings down to £900. post that hp is also running cash promotion for £100 ,which will further bring the cost down to £799.00.

excellent build quality and class appeal. only 1.31 kg, will beat dell xps 13 as well at this price.

Currys link - http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/hp-spectre-x360-13-3-fhd-2-in-1-ash-silver-10147537-pdt.html

DISCOUNT CODE - 10% off marked price. Enter code WINDOWS10 at checkout. Also available in store.
Save 10% off the marked price on Windows laptops and desktop All-in-Ones £699 and over. Enter code WINDOWS10 at checkout for home delivery orders. Offer also available in store. For reserve & collect please ask in store for the discount to be applied at payment. Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Offer ends 13/12/2016.

HP promotion ends 26/12/2016
link below
https://hpcashback.com/gb/en/pages/spectrex360/qualifying

Click Get Deal to go to product page.

The actual Cost would be around £799, if you use Quidco / Topcashback then
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2 Likes #1
Selling these off, new 7th gen intel processor out very soon in UK model
review of 7th gen Link

Edited By: darrengee on Dec 11, 2016 22:20
#2
darrengee
Selling these off, new 7th gen intel processor out very soon in UK model
review of 7th gen Link
Thanks, thought that's what's in the post.
#3
looks like some voting cold, not sure whats wrong
#4
I bought something similar last year @ £499
Basically the same machine but with a 128GB ssd instead of 256GB like this one

In fact HERE is the deal and it didn't get very hot either.

The deal stated it was a 5th Generation I5 but it turned out to be a 6th like this.

Edited By: mikemod on Dec 12, 2016 09:02
5 Likes #5
It's a premium product which doesn't fit well on this site with the likes of the 50p yorkshire pudding voters or those who think anything over £150 for a laptop is too much ;)
1 Like #6
This is a really nice laptop - got the same version from Littlewoods just before black Friday.
Should hopefully be getting it cheaper than this after cashback though.

Probably the best 2-in-1 device in terms of build quality and operation.
If you don't need the pen input then I would say it is better than a Surface Pro 4.

It is a shame that no one seems to be selling the 7th gen 2016 models yet!

Edited By: faisal_uk on Dec 12, 2016 09:36
#7
faisal_uk
This is a really nice laptop - got the same version from Littlewoods just before black Friday.
Should hopefully be getting it cheaper than this after cashback though.
Probably the best 2-in-1 device in terms of build quality and operation.
If you don't need the pen input then I would say it is better than a Surface Pro 4.
This should work with HP pen
#8
Bought this from Very a couple of weeks ago when they had 20% off (plus £100 cash back), interesting afterwards I saw the very deal had been posted and got negative heat so this has done well! Love machine, superb quality, better than the pavilion that someone has referred to.
#9
sag
faisal_uk
This is a really nice laptop - got the same version from Littlewoods just before black Friday.
Should hopefully be getting it cheaper than this after cashback though.
Probably the best 2-in-1 device in terms of build quality and operation.
If you don't need the pen input then I would say it is better than a Surface Pro 4.
This should work with HP pen

Yeah I think the pens are around £35-40
Also you can use certain Dell pens and from the review I read - the Dell 750-AAGN actually worked better.
http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/HP-Spectre-x360.htm

Don't really have a need for it at the moment - but I will probably look out for a cheap one on ebay at some point.
The new late 2016/2017 model looks nice - but can't believe they have taken away then pen input and SD card reader!
1 Like #10
Bit more than I paid for mine but it's best laptop I've ever used. And I work in IT.
#11
sag
Bought this from Very a couple of weeks ago when they had 20% off (plus £100 cash back), interesting afterwards I saw the very deal had been posted and got negative heat so this has done well! Love machine, superb quality, better than the pavilion that someone has referred to.
True its better than Pavilion X360, I have the Pavilion though and its whole lot better machine than HP die-hard haters complain . absolutely Spectre x360 is a premium product .
#12
Excellent laptop I purchased the signature edition in the states at beginning of year for $1300 and yes the dell pen works best
#13
Brilliant colour gamut > 100% srgb.

Biggest downer is that the ram is 8gb and you can't upgrade it :|
#14
mikemod
I bought something similar last year @ £499
Basically the same machine but with a 128GB ssd instead of 256GB like this one

In fact HERE is the deal and it didn't get very hot either.

The deal stated it was a 5th Generation I5 but it turned out to be a 6th like this.


the one you are referring to isn't the Spectre model - there in lies the difference, methinks.
1 Like #15
Seriously looking at this after dithering over the yoga 900 in black Friday. Either this or a surface pro with 8gb. Obviously this is a bit cheaper but concerned about the screen cracking issues. Will it run rock band well? And some photoshop possible autocad? ?

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