Refurbished HP Envy X360 Ryzen 5 8GB 128GB 13.3 Inch Touchscreen Laptop - £499.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Refurbished HP Envy X360 Ryzen 5 8GB 128GB 13.3 Inch Touchscreen Laptop - £499.97 @ Laptops Direct

£499.97£575.9913%Laptops Direct Deals
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Posted 1st AprEdited by:"Gordonator"
Seems a good deal - I bought one when it was £530.

  • 13.3 Inch Screen
  • Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 2500U
  • RAM - 8GB GB
  • Operating System - Windows 10
  • Optical Drive - No optical drive
  • Battery Life - 7 hours
  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
  • Warranty - 3 Month Warranty

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I'm not very sure on this. So it's 499 but the only real redeeming feature is the CPU. Everything else is right for the price range so why is it so expensive even for a refurb? Oh, no mention of the 128gb SSD either
Edited by: "aveaorganics" 2nd Apr
aveaorganics9 m ago

I'm not very sure on this. So it's 499 but the only real redeeming feature …I'm not very sure on this. So it's 499 but the only real redeeming feature is the CPU. Everything else is right for the price range so why is it so expensive even for a refurb? Oh, no mention of the 128gb SSD either


CPU, metal construction - you'd be hard pressed to find something similar with the touchscreen and the 360 hinge at a similar price point. I've tried.

I'm planning on upgrading the SSD when I find myself running out of space but for now it'll do, and I'm mindful that not everyone's requirements for storage are the same.
Gordonator9 m ago

CPU, metal construction - you'd be hard pressed to find something similar …CPU, metal construction - you'd be hard pressed to find something similar with the touchscreen and the 360 hinge at a similar price point. I've tried.I'm planning on upgrading the SSD when I find myself running out of space but for now it'll do, and I'm mindful that not everyone's requirements for storage are the same.


Ah I've just realised, what I've written didn't come across properly haha. I meant the original price point. You could get an absolute beast at 799. Their pricing seems odd. Refurb price is great
Voted hot for Ryzen and touchscreen
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 2nd Apr
Bought this near the start of the year, stated as ex-display. Got it looking like brand new in the original box and found that it had only been powered on for less than 40 hours. Great little laptop to throw in my bag for uni.
What is this company like for returns if this isn't fit for purpose?
RooGuru10 m ago

What is this company like for returns if this isn't fit for purpose?


Hassle free 14 days. Thanks Ordered.
Ordered been looking for a good deal on these
was about to order, but 128GB hard drive on a windows looks dangerously small. any thoughts?
vkusuman4 h, 43 m ago

was about to order, but 128GB hard drive on a windows looks dangerously …was about to order, but 128GB hard drive on a windows looks dangerously small. any thoughts?


SSDS are cheap at the minute. Could pickup a 500gb SSD for £50~

hotukdeals.com/dea…124


Ignore me it's m.2 apparently.
Edited by: "RooGuru" 3rd Apr
Came today can't fault
Jay_Broome16 h, 26 m ago

Came today can't fault


Mine came yesterday too, great machine. Does your capslock key occasionally flash when starting up then the computer doesn't boot? I've flashed a BIOS update over it this morning but can't test extensively because I'm at work.

Also when in tablet mode if I tilt the device it sounds like the fan starts groaning.
Edited by: "RooGuru" 4th Apr
Bought one of these, that are supposedly A1 graded, which by their own words means "as new". I didn't even manage to get through windows setup before the fan started to fail spectacularly, which brings into question whether they even test the "refurbished" systems they're selling, let alone refurbish them. Either that or they have extraordinarily low quality assurance standards.

Have submitted a return request, will see where it goes from here. I would strongly urge avoiding this deal for the time being.

Update:
Still waiting for them to even action my return request, most likely gonna have to repair the laptop myself. Their customer support is the worst I have ever dealt with, they were faster to send me an email about upgrading to their extended warranty than they were to actually honour said warranty.

Hopefully this will save someone a lot of time and money, especially someone without the knowledge to do laptop repairs for them self, as you'll receive no support from this company seemingly after they have your money.
Edited by: "The_Evil_Dice" 13th Apr
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