HP Envy 13-aq0000na 13.3" Laptop - Natural Silver £749 @ AO
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HP Envy 13-aq0000na 13.3" Laptop - Natural Silver £749 @ AO

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Posted 3rd Oct
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Intel Core i5-8265U (1.6 GHz base frequency, up to 3.9 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)
NVIDIA GeForce MX250 (2 GB GDDR5 dedicated)
256 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD
8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (onboard)
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Oddly enough I looked at one of these in Currys today.

Looks nice. Screen seemed fine. But the case and keyboard felt very plasticky. I tapped a few keys, did not like the response and moved over to a Dell XPS whose keyboard felt far superior.
tawse5703/10/2019 21:34

Oddly enough I looked at one of these in Currys today. Looks nice. Screen …Oddly enough I looked at one of these in Currys today. Looks nice. Screen seemed fine. But the case and keyboard felt very plasticky. I tapped a few keys, did not like the response and moved over to a Dell XPS whose keyboard felt far superior.


I would hope so, the XPS start off at over £1k, this is HP mid range offering while the XPS is Dells premium option.
MikeLondon04/10/2019 06:35

I would hope so, the XPS start off at over £1k, this is HP mid range …I would hope so, the XPS start off at over £1k, this is HP mid range offering while the XPS is Dells premium option.



The HP case and keybaord reminded me of cheap laptops in the £300 to £500 range. Not that those sums are cheap.
tawse5704/10/2019 09:44

The HP case and keybaord reminded me of cheap laptops in the £300 to £500 r …The HP case and keybaord reminded me of cheap laptops in the £300 to £500 range. Not that those sums are cheap.


I agree unfortunately. I tried one in John Lewis, and it felt like a Pavilion with a bit of thin metal trim but mostly plastic otherwise, quite flimsy. Probably better than some but at £750 I'd expect more quality, spec isn't mind-blowing either.
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