HP Pavilion 13-u101na x360 Convertible Laptop (with code) @ HP
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HP Pavilion 13-u101na x360 Convertible Laptop (with code) @ HP

£577.61
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Found 19th Dec 2016Made hot 20th Dec 2016
Windows 10 Home 64
Intel® Core™ i5-7200U processor
33.8 cm (13.3") diagonal Full-HD touchscreen (1920 x 1080) display
8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage
B&O PLAY

Seems to be among the top 10 laptops of 2016

Save a further 10% on the current price -£ 649

update : 10% code XMAS10
update : 11% discount with code : LASTCHANCE (Not working anymore)

24 Comments

Original Poster

Low price probably coz of the latest processor update here store.hp.com/UKS…NTB

Or save 11% with code LASTCHANCE

Arjun7

Low price probably coz of the latest processor update here … Low price probably coz of the latest processor update here http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=Z5D32EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB



They both have the same processor.

so very tempting... surely Boxing Day sales will be better though...

Arjun7

Low price probably coz of the latest processor update here … Low price probably coz of the latest processor update here http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=Z5D32EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB


this one has the PCle SSD, longer battery life and faster USB ports. Personally, I'd rather go for the one posted in the deal for £90 less.

Heat added

This ticks some of the essential requirements boxes but then other nice-to-have boxes, from my perspective.

Being sensible, I don't need the convertible features or the touch screen. Would prefer something with a larger screen and a bit more umph.

Also, just returning another HP Laptop that appeared to have a number of shortcomings.

However, this is a lot of laptop for the money, for those that are seeking the features on offer. Voted hot.

This is top on my shortlist at present:
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Thanks just ordered, keep meaning to look for a decent laptop deal for my wife for xmas, this will do nicely.

paid £577 with 11% code, hopefully the 8% quidco will pay out too

mubashar

This ticks some of the essential requirements boxes but then other … This ticks some of the essential requirements boxes but then other nice-to-have boxes, from my perspective. Being sensible, I don't need the convertible features or the touch screen. Would prefer something with a larger screen and a bit more umph. Also, just returning another HP Laptop that appeared to have a number of shortcomings. However, this is a lot of laptop for the money, for those that are seeking the features on offer. Voted hot.This is top on my shortlist at present:http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/dell-inspiron-15-7000-15-6-laptop-silver-10153659-pdt.html



​that Dell is a beauty.

mubashar

This ticks some of the essential requirements boxes but then other … This ticks some of the essential requirements boxes but then other nice-to-have boxes, from my perspective. Being sensible, I don't need the convertible features or the touch screen. Would prefer something with a larger screen and a bit more umph. Also, just returning another HP Laptop that appeared to have a number of shortcomings. However, this is a lot of laptop for the money, for those that are seeking the features on offer. Voted hot.This is top on my shortlist at present:http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/dell-inspiron-15-7000-15-6-laptop-silver-10153659-pdt.html



The discrete graphics on the Dell is appealing but that and this HP are completely different computers and designed for different markets and requirements - I doubt anyone looking at this would really be comparing it to the Dell, which is a more traditional machine.

great deal dell had some cheaper similar specd and designed laptops in the outlet so refurbished and new but to beable to go in store is great

I would personally go for this one. Yes, it is 53 quids more (with code), but its a premium laptop with aluminium bod.
I have 13" version of this laptop and that is the best purchase I made. Now I plan to buy the 15".
store.hp.com/UKS…NTB

Edited by: "imransaeed" 20th Dec 2016

anyone knows if this laptop has got light up keyboard?

no backlight on keyboard as far as I can tell

However I have ordered one as this looks a decent spec for the price


Edited by: "jeffhelps1" 20th Dec 2016

hajashek

anyone knows if this laptop has got light up keyboard?



​ that was one of the things putting me off as I sometimes work in bed at night and the Mrs moans about the light. but hey tough. this is a decent deal for a 7th gen. plus a lot of the ones coming out new have a qhd screen, I do like high resolutions but I'd rather stick with 1080p and get an extra hours battery life

imransaeed

I would personally go for this one. Yes, it is 53 quids more (with … I would personally go for this one. Yes, it is 53 quids more (with code), but its a premium laptop with aluminium bod.I have 13" version of this laptop and that is the best purchase I made. Now I plan to buy the 15". http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=Z5D37EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB



Has this got an aluminium body, Is it not mostly plastic.

I've not even had mine delivered but decided to return it and get the envy instead. 20% lighter, same spec, usb c charging and backlit keyboard for the same price, I was never bothered about the 360 side of things

you_gotta_be_kidding

I've not even had mine delivered but decided to return it and get the … I've not even had mine delivered but decided to return it and get the envy instead. 20% lighter, same spec, usb c charging and backlit keyboard for the same price, I was never bothered about the 360 side of things




Which one you gone for.

babylon

Which one you gone for.



​ the hp envy, 13.3...

store.hp.com/UKS…ABU

Does anyone think that this laptop will have a better deal at boxing day? I need to reduce price because I'm a student and I'm broke.

Student6000

Does anyone think that this laptop will have a better deal at boxing day? … Does anyone think that this laptop will have a better deal at boxing day? I need to reduce price because I'm a student and I'm broke.


I doubt it will be cheaper, they will no doubt have some discount vouchers but probably similar to this.

There are a lot of similar spec'd 15" going for the £400 mark, do you need 13"?

you_gotta_be_kidding

I doubt it will be cheaper, they will no doubt have some discount … I doubt it will be cheaper, they will no doubt have some discount vouchers but probably similar to this. There are a lot of similar spec'd 15" going for the £400 mark, do you need 13"?



​i think the main specification for me is portability. 15" will be big and heavy so 13" will be very ideal for me, as a student.

Any laptops that are cheap, touchscreen enabled and very mobile for university? thanks
Edited by: "Student6000" 21st Dec 2016

you_gotta_be_kidding

​ the hp envy, 1 … ​ the hp envy, 13.3...http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?sel=NTB&id=Y3V78EA&opt=ABU


How did you get this for the same price as this deal? The envy is 650?

Thanks

Peter9588

How did you get this for the same price as this deal? The envy is … How did you get this for the same price as this deal? The envy is 650?Thanks



​11% off with code lastchance

Whats the best discount code to use at checkout for this laptop?
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