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HP ZBook x360 G5 Workstation 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop - 1080p /  i7-8750H / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD - £999.99 @ eBay / laptopoutletdirect
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HP ZBook x360 G5 Workstation 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop - 1080p / i7-8750H / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD - £999.99 @ eBay / laptopoutletdirect

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Possibly a little niche here! This machine looks excellent for the money though. I'm a big fan of the design and if I needed one I'd 100% snap one up. There's a lot of alternatives out there and a lot are smaller options at around the 12-14" mark. This is 15.6" and has a full HD IPS touchscreen.

The keyboard is backlit, which you'd 100% expect if you're spending this kind of money. A very capable bit of kit



Brief Specs:
Maximum Resolution - 1920x1080
RAM - 8GB
SSD Capacity - 256GB
Processor - Intel i7 8th Gen - i7-8750 [6 Core / 12 Threads @ 2.20GHz / 4.10 GHz]
Operating System - Windows 10 Pro
Fingerprint Reader - Yes

Connectivity: HDMI, USB 3.1 Type-C, Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort 1.3

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HP ZBOOK STUDIO x360
Reimagine your creative process with a versatile laptop that gives you the latest convertible design you'll want with the pro-grade performance you need.

360-DEGREE PRO PERFORMANCE
Get a convertible laptop made to run multiple apps with speed and responsiveness. Seamlessly edit high-res images without delay.

PRECISION-CRAFTED VERSATILITY
With our innovative 360-degree hinge, you'll get the comfort of a laptop, the convenience of a tablet and the luxury of additional modes to help showcase your designs.

LAPTOP MODE TO WORK
Get pro-grade performance in a 15.6” diagonal laptop designed to handle your biggest projects.

STAND & TENT MODES TO COLLABORATE
Easily showcase your work with multiple modes for reviewing designs and concepts.

TABLET MODE TO CREATE
Sketch, edit and design on-the-go with the comfort of a tablet and the Wacom AES pen.

DOCKED MODE TO PRODUCE
See your work up close – dock and connect to multiple displays.

Windows Pro for workstations
Be productive in any situation. Windows 10 Pro and powerful security, collaboration, and connectivity features from HP help you power through your day on the HP ZBook Studio x360.

HP ZBook x360 Pen
Create on the go with the professional Wacom AES pen featuring 4K pressure sensitive levels, tilt and two customizable buttons.

15.6" diagonal touch display
Take your work outdoors with the anti-glare touch display and built in ambient light sensor that dims or brightens based on your surroundings.

Fast charging and long battery life
Take your work on the road with up to 16 hours of battery life for maximum productivity. When you need it, recharge ultra-fast (50% in just 45 minutes).

Blazing fast storage
Create seamlessly. Save and access large files locally with up to 4TB local NVMe storage, up to 21 times faster than standard HDD storage and six times faster than SATA SSD.

HP's most secure mobile workstation
Protect your work with HP Sure View that activates a privacy screen at the touch of a button and RAID 1 that keeps a backup copy of all your files in case you ever need it.

Multiple ports for maximum productivity
Experience fast transfer and upload speeds with dual Thunderbolt™ 3 ports. Keep all your devices and peripherals connected with 2 USB 3.0, 1 HDMI and 1 SD card port.

Seamless collaboration with Bang & Olufsen audio
Host virtual meetings with the HP Collaboration Keyboard, HP World Facing Microphone & optional web cam. Get premium audio with 4 speakers tuned by Bang & Olufsen & a discrete amp.

Industry-leading reliability
Confidently take your work anywhere knowing your HP ZBook Studio x360 was built for 24 x 7 x 365 workloads and passed 14 rigorous military standard tests like shock, drop and dust.

Spill resistant keyboard
Accidents happen - which is why we designed our minor spill-resistant full-sized chiclet keyboard with a chemically strengthened glass cover to help prevent wear and tear.
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Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!
Looks like good specs for the money BTW.
Gaurav_Bhatnagar26/09/2019 16:36

Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!Looks like good specs …Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!Looks like good specs for the money BTW.


This one is 15.6 but as portable as the 13.5, in fact even lighter. I found 15.6 a bit too bulky and I was looking at at smaller ones,but I think I may consider this:

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sheffield78826/09/2019 17:24

This one is 15.6 but as portable as the 13.5, in fact even lighter. I …This one is 15.6 but as portable as the 13.5, in fact even lighter. I found 15.6 a bit too bulky and I was looking at at smaller ones,but I think I may consider this:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-swift-5-156-ultra-thin-touch-intel-core-i5-8265u-magnesium-alloy-casing-weights-990-grams-backlit-kb-59897-at-currys-ebay-3297853


You should also consider the Envy 360 at the right price, I got this last week and am surprised how well the VEGA 8 integrated GPU performs compared to the Intel 620.

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Edited by: "MikeLondon" 26th Sep
How can you store Windows, Full blown Office, Photoshop, other software and all your music collection stretching some 600+ albums on a 256GB SSD without an upgrade? Should be a 512GB as standard at the minimum!
Gaurav_Bhatnagar26/09/2019 16:36

Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!Looks like good specs …Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!Looks like good specs for the money BTW.


It’s a ZBook workstation with a hex-core chip not an ultrabook.

I don’t understand what happened, last few years everyone became lazy when it comes to humping laptops around - I still have a working Alienware M15x (2009) that weighs 4.5kg! And today we have 14” ultrabooks at 1.5kg and they’re too heavy!
Gaurav_Bhatnagar26/09/2019 16:36

Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!Looks like good specs …Show me no larger than 13.5". Those are plain BULKY!Looks like good specs for the money BTW.



What with ONE usb3 port and ONE thunderbolt 3 connector, how generous! and is there a mini jack for headphones/mike?
No DVD drive of course.
MikeLondon26/09/2019 19:37

You should also consider the Envy 360 at the right price, I got this last …You should also consider the Envy 360 at the right price, I got this last week and am surprised how well the VEGA 8 integrated GPU performs compared to the Intel 620. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-envy-x360-133-amd-ryzen-5-2-in-1-128-gb-ssd-grey-649-at-currys-3118207https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VS9BAgMlL2o


I picked up the 13.3 Envy 528 ryzen 7 last month. Great but if kit and best part 1.1kg!
jasee26/09/2019 21:28

What with ONE usb3 port and ONE thunderbolt 3 connector, how generous! and …What with ONE usb3 port and ONE thunderbolt 3 connector, how generous! and is there a mini jack for headphones/mike?No DVD drive of course.


Are you sure? HP specs suggest 2xusb 3.0 and 2xusb 3.1 type c (Which is also what the op photo shows). And yes it has a 3.5mm jack and no dvd.

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fubar88826/09/2019 22:38

Are you sure? HP specs suggest 2xusb 3.0 and 2xusb 3.1 type c (Which is …Are you sure? HP specs suggest 2xusb 3.0 and 2xusb 3.1 type c (Which is also what the op photo shows). And yes it has a 3.5mm jack and no dvd.[Image]



Hmm yes for some reaon I missed that.
plewis0026/09/2019 19:53

It’s a ZBook workstation with a hex-core chip not an ultrabook.I don’t und …It’s a ZBook workstation with a hex-core chip not an ultrabook.I don’t understand what happened, last few years everyone became lazy when it comes to humping laptops around - I still have a working Alienware M15x (2009) that weighs 4.5kg! And today we have 14” ultrabooks at 1.5kg and they’re too heavy!


Why is it hard to understand?
With all machines being almost too powerful for almost all tasks an average users performs, Power has taken a backseat. Noone cares much about how fast your start menu opens.
With macbook air and ipads, apple has made portability and thickness of these devices the most saught after feature and worth flaunting.
Remember the tv commercials where the model used to spin those devices on fingers like a notebook? Quite impressive!
That is where it all started!
Gaurav_Bhatnagar28/09/2019 12:50

Why is it hard to understand?With all machines being almost too powerful …Why is it hard to understand?With all machines being almost too powerful for almost all tasks an average users performs, Power has taken a backseat. Noone cares much about how fast your start menu opens.With macbook air and ipads, apple has made portability and thickness of these devices the most saught after feature and worth flaunting.Remember the tv commercials where the model used to spin those devices on fingers like a notebook? Quite impressive!That is where it all started!


Because thinness and weight are just two factors in buying a machine. There obviously is demand for these machines or people wouldn’t buy them so saying ‘no one cares how fast your start menu opens’ is naive and narrow-minded. If they added a few mm to the thickness and crammed in a larger battery and/or made the chassis stiffer, I don’t think anyone would even care. As to Apple, there is such a thing as too thin and their current MacBook Pro range is so thin that everything is soldered to a single logic board (insanely expensive if anything goes bad) and the thermals are shocking. Just because you prefer a 13.3” machine doesn’t mean everyone does or that 15.6” is obsolete, that’s what I don’t understand: why serviceability and usability got sacrificed for thinness because we tolerated it before.
plewis0028/09/2019 12:58

Because thinness and weight are just two factors in buying a machine. …Because thinness and weight are just two factors in buying a machine. There obviously is demand for these machines or people wouldn’t buy them so saying ‘no one cares how fast your start menu opens’ is naive and narrow-minded. If they added a few mm to the thickness and crammed in a larger battery and/or made the chassis stiffer, I don’t think anyone would even care. As to Apple, there is such a thing as too thin and their current MacBook Pro range is so thin that everything is soldered to a single logic board (insanely expensive if anything goes bad) and the thermals are shocking. Just because you prefer a 13.3” machine doesn’t mean everyone does or that 15.6” is obsolete, that’s what I don’t understand: why serviceability and usability got sacrificed for thinness because we tolerated it before.


People tolerated running around naked. And then arrived the clothes.
Improvements and Trade-offs mate!
People like these features and macs are absolute niche in design and that's why they're a craze. And they do sell like crazy even with all the shortcomings you mentioned (just incase they go bad). No fanboy here. just saying.
Carrying a bulky 4.5 kgs laptop just defeats the purpose.lest you realise it.
Gaurav_Bhatnagar28/09/2019 13:48

People tolerated running around naked. And then arrived the …People tolerated running around naked. And then arrived the clothes.Improvements and Trade-offs mate!People like these features and macs are absolute niche in design and that's why they're a craze. And they do sell like crazy even with all the shortcomings you mentioned (just incase they go bad). No fanboy here. just saying.Carrying a bulky 4.5 kgs laptop just defeats the purpose.lest you realise it.


Hang on: I said 4.5kg in 2009! We’re comparing a 2kg ZBook here which is a lot of power in a slim chassis - that isn’t bulky at all. Honestly though, the Apple machines haven’t been well received this generation between the bad thermal engineering, failure prone keyboards and totally integrated PCBs.
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