HP Envy 13" QHD+ IPS Touchscreen, i5 7200u, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD £764.95 @ John Lewis
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HP Envy 13" QHD+ IPS Touchscreen, i5 7200u, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD £764.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 19th Mar 2017
Product specifications:

Accessories Included: Power Adapter

Battery life: Up To 12 Hours

Bluetooth Enabled: Yes - 4.0

Brand: HP

Camera (front-facing): HP TrueVision HD Camera With Dual Array Digital Microphone

Computer Support Helpline: Free 90 Day Computer Support

Dimensions: H1.39 X W32.6 X D22.6cm

Ethernet Port: No

Graphics card: Intel HD Graphics 620

Hard drive: 256GB SSD

Keyboard: Full-Size Island-Style Backlit Keyboard

Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1DL53EA#ABU

Memory (RAM): 8GB

Memory Card Slots: MicroSD Card Reader

Model name / number: ENVY Notebook 13-Ab002na

Operating system: Windows 10 (64 Bit)

Ports: 1x HDMI, 1x Headphone/Microphone Combo, 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (1 HP Sleep And Charge) And 1x USB 3.1 Type-C™ Gen 1

Processor: Dual-Core Intel Core I5-7200U

Processor speed: 2.5GHz To 3.1GHz With Turbo Boost

Range: Envy

Screen Resolution: 3200 X 1800 Pixels

Screen Type: QHD+ UWVA EDP WLED-Backlit Multitouch-Enabled Edge-To-Edge Glass

Screen size: 13.3"

Sound: Bang & Olufsen Dual Speakers

Touch Screen: Yes

USB ports: 3x USB 3.0

Weight: 1.39kg

Wireless Display: Miracast Compatible

Wireless Networking: Wi-Fi- 802.11ac 2X2
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For this price and screen resolution it's a shame there's no discreet graphics
Original Poster
Sorry cold voters, what was I thinking posting this?
It isn't a cheap plastic laptop with a 1366x768 TN panel and standard warranty.

Silly me. Maybe next time
Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No touchscreen but better reviews (from very quick look). I've been looking at £400-500 light 14in laptops and I see you get an i5 and 4K screen for your extra £300 but not all that much else apart from maybe more storage.
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waysan

Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No … Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No touchscreen but better reviews (from very quick look). I've been looking at £400-500 light 14in laptops and I see you get an i5 and 4K screen for your extra £300 but not all that much else apart from maybe more storage.



Which model in particular are you looking at?
I've been avoiding Asus machines as of late as many lack a backlit keyboard which is inexcusable imo.
The price is good, but id rather pay a bit extra and get HP Spectre as Envys battery is nowhere near as good as on Spectre, so im not voting cold or hot.
btw Hornet, don't be such a cry-baby and stop moaning every time people vote cold... the crowd has spoken and they don't like this particular deal
K1LLER_HORNET

Which model in particular are you looking at? I've been avoiding Asus … Which model in particular are you looking at? I've been avoiding Asus machines as of late as many lack a backlit keyboard which is inexcusable imo.


johnlewis.com/asu…old Also available in silver and has backlit keyboard.
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nw104hh

The price is good, but id rather pay a bit extra and get HP Spectre as … The price is good, but id rather pay a bit extra and get HP Spectre as Envys battery is nowhere near as good as on Spectre, so im not voting cold or hot.btw Hornet, don't be such a cry-baby and stop moaning every time people vote cold... the crowd has spoken and they don't like this particular deal





waysan

https://www.johnlewis.com/asus-zenbook-ux330-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-13-3-rose-gold/p3139963?navAction=jump&colour=Rose+Gold Also available in silver and has backlit keyboard.



Looks good to me.
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