HP Spectre x360 15" / 8th Gen i7 / MX150 2GB / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD + 3 year care pack @ HP Store - £1259.10
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HP Spectre x360 15" / 8th Gen i7 / MX150 2GB / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD + 3 year care pack @ HP Store - £1259.10

£1,259.10HP Deals
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Found 2nd Mar
Recently got this laptop on the CeX laptop lottery for a good price and noticed this deal today, which is a great deal for a laptop only released about 3-4 months ago with latest i7.
This laptop has expandable DIMM lots so you can add up to 32GB RAM.
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A few months ago picked up a similar spec 8th gen I7 with 16gb ram + graphics card, from dell for the Mrs, I think it was just under £900.
TF is the cex laptop lottery
TellyLover2 m ago

TF is the cex laptop lottery


Not as fun as the laptop cex lottery!
TWD3 h, 12 m ago

A few months ago picked up a similar spec 8th gen I7 with 16gb ram + …A few months ago picked up a similar spec 8th gen I7 with 16gb ram + graphics card, from dell for the Mrs, I think it was just under £900.


Was that a 2in1 with the sex appeal?
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TellyLover2nd Mar

TF is the cex laptop lottery


Pretty much all of their laptops listed on their site have the wrong description, wrong model number, wrong screen size etc or the condition is poor. I returned 6 before getting this one!
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TWD2nd Mar

A few months ago picked up a similar spec 8th gen I7 with 16gb ram + …A few months ago picked up a similar spec 8th gen I7 with 16gb ram + graphics card, from dell for the Mrs, I think it was just under £900.


Was it the 5000 series 2-in-1? If so, I ordered one too and returned it. Screen was awful and build quality meh. Cannot beat HP Spectre build quality for the money.
No, it was an inspiron 5000 series but not a 2 in 1.

Build quality is great but doesn't feel as premium as HP Spectre or Macbook Pro (we looked at both before buying the Dell).

She's not that keen on the keyboard compared to her old mac book, but 80% of the time she's using it with a high def 27inch monitor and keyboard she picked up for around £100 and the spec of the Dell blasted anything else for the price range.
picked up a 8250u for £150
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