Haha that’s a very good question Cause I hate Matt screens find them dull and flat and personally I ld rather have a vibrant glossy screen than Matt. Problem is the manufacturers don’t bother listing this clearly
How come you always ask this question? Just curious...
because the world is full of morons to be exploited
Because why would you flush £130 down the toilet for the sake of a £70 screen or as you say, £25 screen. Fishy.
LOL why would it be stolen ??? it repaired nicely now.
Posted 18th Aug 2018Posted 18th Aug 2018
HP Pavilion Notebook 15-au101nx P-C Core™ i7-7500U |2.7GHz|Nvidia GeForce 940MX 4GB|15.6" Full HD AG LED|12GB |4GB+8GB|HDD 1TB|DVDRW|WIFI|Bluetooth|Webcam|Std Kbd|ACA 65W|BATT 2C 41 WHr|GAMING - Win10 64 at Compadvance £560.50£589.99
HP Pavilion Notebook 15-au101nx P-C Core™ i7-7500U |2.7GHz|Nvidia GeForce 940MX 4GB|15.6" Full HD AG LED|12GB |4GB+8GB|HDD 1TB|DVDRW|WIFI|Bluetooth|Webcam|Std Kbd|ACA 65W|BATT 2C… Read more
https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/p/hp-envy-notebook-13-ad013na-laptop/8p0tfgvzvh94?activetab=pivot:techspecstab Microsoft store selling it at £729.99
Plus an extra 5% off this weekend
Its as new ! re-manufactured not refurbished , have in my office two of those + one spectre 13 x360 from Renew , perfect , saved around £200 on each , warranty validated by HP from date of purchase . To be honest those Envy is as good as my spectre which costs almost twice the price , thats a great deal !
Plus the mx150 graphics on this model is the slower low powered version around 30 percent slower than the regular laptop mx150 graphics.
Posted 26th Jul 2017Posted 26th Jul 2017
HP 24-g099na AiO Refurb (As new) PC, P-C Core™ i3-6100U 2.3GHz 8GB HDD 2TB DVDRW Intel HD at CompAdvance for £399.99£399.99
Thought this was a good deal, debating over this or Lenovo Ideacentre 700 AIO which has a better processor for the same price of £400
If someone wanted a white all in one what would you suggest in a similar price bracket then rorrism?
Voted hot as a good price for the product, but having read the reviews this isn't for me. Numerous reports of machine being slow and unresponsive, whilst also suffering badly from noise. If this is what you want it's a good price for the item, but my money would be going elsewhere.
Good as new
Posted 27th Dec 2016Posted 27th Dec 2016
OPTOMA HD141X 1080P 3D PROJECTOR 3000 rip £369.99 @ CompAdvance£369.99
+Tech specs NEW, OPENED, ID: 287474 OPTOMA HD141X 1080P 3D PROJECTOR 3000 Features Bright vivid colours - 3000 ANSI lumensFull HD 1080p image qualityDynamic black technology - … Read more
Rubbish CS. Months for a case a screen protector to go to market. Getting the most of out it now then will get another brand. Shame, the pre launch PR was really good.
Cold due to seller reviews sorry
welcome to hukd. its like the daytime t.v audience; same old people, same old votes. unless you put it on for free and with a bottle of chavalicious aftershave thrown in then it gets cold. limited thinking audience.
Awful customer service been sent away twice with faults, one off the Common faults is that the back button light stops working.
Yeah, that's what putting me off too. For the price, I definitely want the standard 3+ year warranty
Only 90 day warranty?
Given the new models are out next month this is probably the worst time to be buying one of these.
Maybe he thought it was a great deal?
Then buy it through their eBay store with 99.9% positive feedback? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MSI-NVIDIA-Geforce-GTX-970-GAMING-4GB-256bit-1279MHz-Gaming-Graphics-Card-SALE-/252372185686?hash=item3ac28df256
Posted 26th Feb 2016Posted 26th Feb 2016
Cheap renewed HP Pavilion X2 64GB of storage £189.99 GBP @ compadvance.co.uk£189.99
Hi I am looking for a small detachable laptop, and considering buying either HP Pavilion X2 or Lenovo MXii, both 10 inch display. I came across a deal that sounds interesting on a… Read more
I had this in the 32gb model, but gave it back, this type of detachable is only best placed on a flat surface, for example a table, or to be used as a tablet, the viewing angles are not the best when you attach the screen to the keyboard, and the screen is not fixed in as strongly as the new models, the screen falls flat down if you use this on your laps and move your legs if you forget that its a detachable. HP have developed a new improved model because of these issues with this model. I think its still called a X2 detachable on their website.
I am sure they had these on offer refurbished at Tesco on Ebay
Hi, I am sorry but HP X2 both 32 GB and 64 GB are eMMC not SSD, which is normal for laptops under this price. Cheers
Btw the 64GB is SSD which is very quick on start up and shutdown...I've found it a good performer and Win 10 went on with no issues...Deal...
Thanks for the comment. Is this the keyboard of the HP better than the one on Lenovo ?