HP ENVY 13-d008na, Windows 10, i5 6200U Skylake,8GB RAM, 256GB M.2 SSD, FHD - 1920x1080 13.3" Ultrabook. HP UK £629.00 ,£584.98 using code!
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HP ENVY 13-d008na, Windows 10, i5 6200U Skylake,8GB RAM, 256GB M.2 SSD, FHD - 1920x1080 13.3" Ultrabook. HP UK £629.00 ,£584.98 using code!

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Found 14th Nov 2015
HP ENVY Laptop is the thinnest we’ve ever made. This superbly sleek, elegantly designed body packs the power of a high-performance PC. It’s portable. It’s beautiful. It’s going to be your new obsession.

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Will you get TCB if you use the discount code I wonder?

Looks like a decent spec for what appears to be a nice compact (or is that Compaq) ultrabook. Heat from me.
spannerzone

Will you get TCB if you use the discount code I wonder?Looks like a … Will you get TCB if you use the discount code I wonder?Looks like a decent spec for what appears to be a nice compact (or is that Compaq) ultrabook. Heat from me.



I've gone through TCB and used the code. Will have to see if it works or not!
I'm assuming you'd void the warranty swopping out the original ssd for a higher capacity one. So does anyone know if these are expandable, ie., can you add a second ssd?
No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on ultrabooks these days?

Otherwise it looks like a decent ultrabook for the price.
spannerzone

No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on … No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on ultrabooks these days? Otherwise it looks like a decent ultrabook for the price.



Yeah, you don't get them on laptops like this very often anymore.
It's a real shame there are so few reviews of this on the net to determine how good a deal this really is
spannerzone

No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on … No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on ultrabooks these days? Otherwise it looks like a decent ultrabook for the price.


Spence1115

Yeah, you don't get them on laptops like this very often anymore.


OK thanks, not a real problem as it's clearly meant to be portable. Tempting and I have no need or requirement for one whatsoever
spannerzone

No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on … No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on ultrabooks these days? Otherwise it looks like a decent ultrabook for the price.

Spence1115

Yeah, you don't get them on laptops like this very often anymore.



Hah, agreed, tempted but really don't need it, and I'm holding out for the Surface Book anyway.
Been on the look out for something slim and cheapish. Wasn't really willing to pay £700+

Will see what its like when it arrives.
near £600 for 13 inch laptop??? no chance!
bought lastnight

there is a 14 day return policy if you dont like it
10111010101011

This isn't a laptop and you are an idiot.



​look on the website.
HP says: this is the thinnest laptop weve ever made.
No idea what it's like in day to day use but it looks superb:

youtube.com/wat…AF4

1.36kg isn't too bad either. Reasonable cheaper alternative to the XPS 13.
Edited by: "Picard123" 14th Nov 2015
if the small screen suits your needs this could be a good 1 to buy
junk15

near £600 for 13 inch laptop??? no chance!



Now look at the pricing for something comparable from Dell/Lenovo/Apple...(XPS13/X1Carbon/Macbook Pro) you'll need to add on another £300
ultrabooks are generally worth a bit more because they are really thin and small
I wonder if you'd also get the £100 trade in that Microsoft are offering at the moment. I'm pretty sure the main criteria is that you buy a laptop with W8.1 or 10 and then trade in a working PC that is less than 6 years old.
I know that HPs don't have the best screens... Any idea what this ones like please.

I was set on the asus Zenbook but now I've seen this!
ladily

I'm assuming you'd void the warranty swopping out the original ssd for a … I'm assuming you'd void the warranty swopping out the original ssd for a higher capacity one. So does anyone know if these are expandable, ie., can you add a second ssd?



If there is a label saying warranty void if removed then yes. If not then it shouldn't affect your warranty so long as there isn't clear evidence you damaged it in the process.
HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and fan noise issues. Save up a bit more and buy a Mac Air or Macbook.
tempt

HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and … HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and fan noise issues. Save up a bit more and buy a Mac Air or Macbook.



Yes, like the look of this for the backlit keyboard and higher SSD capacity, but still glad I bought my silver Asus Zenbook UX305 that was posted on here for £499...loving the fanless silent operation!
mayzi

I know that HPs don't have the best screens... Any idea what this ones … I know that HPs don't have the best screens... Any idea what this ones like please. I was set on the asus Zenbook but now I've seen this!



It says that it is an IPS FHD WLED 1920x1080 screen so should be ok. If you are worried about image the Dell 7000 series 2 in 1 is very good and has touch screen too.

dell.com/uk/…_OC


tempt

HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and … HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and fan noise issues. Save up a bit more and buy a Mac Air or Macbook.



There is pretty much no real feedback on the current skylake based envy laptops. Heat and fan reports are from older higher TDP processors.

Skylake is only just having it's speed shift technology enabled which is what will really make the difference if actual use over previous core i generations.
Is this a matt or glossy screen?
its a matte screen
junk15

near £600 for 13 inch laptop??? no chance!



Thanks for a useless post; why isn't this a deal worth considering ? £600 for a lightweight very portable reasonably powerful laptop?

Without context its like saying £10,000 for car you must be joking..
as far as the bloatware mentioned. could i just do a windows 10 reset to clear it all? or am i gonna need my own disc/license to reinstall a fresh copy of win 10
Eez1

as far as the bloatware mentioned. could i just do a windows 10 reset to … as far as the bloatware mentioned. could i just do a windows 10 reset to clear it all? or am i gonna need my own disc/license to reinstall a fresh copy of win 10



You can download Windows 10 from Microsoft and because the license is locked to your hardware signature it will just re-install and activate without doing anything special. Just make sure you have drivers for the wifi to install offline and the rest handles itself.

microsoft.com/en-…s10
Is it worth splashing out on this or waiting in the hope of a better deal appearing on black Friday? Been looking for a decent sub-£700 laptop for uni for a while now!
tomd17

Is it worth splashing out on this or waiting in the hope of a better deal … Is it worth splashing out on this or waiting in the hope of a better deal appearing on black Friday? Been looking for a decent sub-£700 laptop for uni for a while now!



​ha me too man. need one for engineering but I don't know if this can run software like Solidworks
tomd17

Is it worth splashing out on this or waiting in the hope of a better deal … Is it worth splashing out on this or waiting in the hope of a better deal appearing on black Friday? Been looking for a decent sub-£700 laptop for uni for a while now!



I'm going to wait to get some more reviews/feedback before I go for this.... I'm not convinced it will necessarily be cheaper on good Friday - but should be the same price
blkoni

​ha me too man. need one for engineering but I don't know if this can run … ​ha me too man. need one for engineering but I don't know if this can run software like Solidworks



​it should run solid works but don't expect it to be very quick, do much rendering or play with serious simulation. but for most lighter modelling it should be fine
junsymo

​it should run solid works but don't expect it to be very quick, do much r … ​it should run solid works but don't expect it to be very quick, do much rendering or play with serious simulation. but for most lighter modelling it should be fine



​im not too savvy with these things. would a laptop with more ram or better GPU suffice?
blkoni

​im not too savvy with these things. would a laptop with more ram or b … ​im not too savvy with these things. would a laptop with more ram or better GPU suffice?



For 3D CAD I'd be looking for a 15.6" laptop with dedicated gfx. I'd try to find one with the maxwell based nvidia gfx in. They are just starting to come out.
tempt

HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and … HP laptops have reliability issues and the Envy is notorious for heat and fan noise issues. Save up a bit more and buy a Mac Air or Macbook.


really? a few weeks after launch and something is already called "notorious"?
are you sure you are referring to the correct model?

I got 15" Envy DV6 i7 from 2012 as my main PC and, boy, this one is really noisy
and I also got the one mentioned in this thread (for 4 days now) and can't say it's noisy - it belongs to my DD so I got no much first hand experience but it is really fast, silent, good viewing angle, light, and on top it looks sleek
got it for £609 after the code from Currys so £25 cheaper is a hot for me


Edited by: "user777" 15th Nov 2015
Blue70

I wonder if you'd also get the £100 trade in that Microsoft are offering … I wonder if you'd also get the £100 trade in that Microsoft are offering at the moment. I'm pretty sure the main criteria is that you buy a laptop with W8.1 or 10 and then trade in a working PC that is less than 6 years old.


yes, you can get £100
This is different to the one at curry's isn't it? Pretty sure the model number is different?
spannerzone

No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on … No network socket by the looks of things, maybe that's normal on ultrabooks these days? Otherwise it looks like a decent ultrabook for the price.

Spence1115

Yeah, you don't get them on laptops like this very often anymore.



Like the Surface Pro, there will be a USB3 to Ethernet adaotor when you need one
carsick77

Like the Surface Pro, there will be a USB3 to Ethernet adaotor when you … Like the Surface Pro, there will be a USB3 to Ethernet adaotor when you need one



Does this adaptor come with it?
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