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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Product

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Pros: Quite Faster Very sharp display Fast booting Tab also working good Good value for money Cons: A bit on the heavier side. white keyboard makes letter illegible sometimes. No stylus.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Laptop for my personal use.

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    I like to surf the web, read news, facebook, email, etc. This HP does it all and then some. Very fast and screen looks great. Trackpad is precise and keys are good. The keyboard and trackpad is offset to the left a little but nothing annoying. I'm left handed anyway so..... The screen is perfect to sit on my lap with a pillow and able to still see the tv over the top of the screen. Tried a 14" Levono but after using this 15" I can say it's much easier on the eyes. Don't think it'll disappoint when purchased.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love but one error

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    So I love everything about this laptop. Smooth sliding keyboard with the keyboard keys easily able to be pushed down. And SO much more. But randomly the screen went out and the power button turns on but the screen doesnt come on ;/

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good size screen

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Very stylist laptop. Although the software wise can use some improvement. For instances ,when I close it and want to use it again after being off for 30 min or more I have to push on the power button again not others ones I have used. No face recognition to unlock screen.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Finally the ram I need for a decent price.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Operates my CNC router without a flaw. The 12k ram does the job. I use both the usb ports and the HDMI port on a remote monitor with no problems while running the CNC carving program.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Laptop for our grandson

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

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    It’s hard for me to do the review because it was a gift for college bound grandson. He seems to think it’s just what he needed and gave it two thumbs up .

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Hinges broke after 2 years

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    I would never recommend buying this laptop. One of the hinges broke just after the HP 2 year warranty expired. HP support never got back to me after almost two weeks of waiting. I finally searched though their website to find their support phone number which was impossible to find. Once I got a hold of a representative they said it would cost $406 dollars to repair. Now i'm stuck with a perfectly functional laptop and a broken hinge. I have no problems with best buy. As a college student, this laptop had everything I needed and could handle all the programs I was using. However I am extremely disappointed with the design flaws of this computer and would never recommend HP products again because of this experience. Don't make the same mistake I did in buying this laptop. I may as well go buy another laptop with the $406 dollars that it would cost to repair the device.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Once again HP comes through for me!

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    This is a great laptop. I’m in the IT industry and I only buy HP laptops for myself. Every HP I’ve owned was still working when I upgraded to a new one. I just gave my wife my 10-year-old HP laptop and it works like the day I bought it. This new Envy X360 did not disappoint. I can’t believe how thin it is! With the lid closed, the whole thing is about the same thickness as just the screen on my old laptop. HP did a nice job designing this one. Feels comfortable and sturdy. Everything worked right out of the box. Any of us who have bought computers over the years knows that a new computer normally needs updates, fixes, and tweaks to get everything working right. Not this one. I haven’t touched it other than customizing it for my needs and receiving the automatic updates to Windows 10. The fingerprint reader is nice because you only need to lay your finger on it. My old one I had to slide my finger across it. Sound is very nice and has a good bass quality. I also love the camera ‘kill’ switch. I’m not a social media person and I don’t like video calling, so every time I buy a new device; I always find a way to cover the camera so it can’t be used. This one has a hard switch that shuts off the camera. Nice! I like that the power cord end that plugs into the computer is L-shaped, so it doesn’t stick out too far. Also, this computer is quiet. I have to listen closely to hear the fan running and it doesn’t seem to get too warm. 12 GB of RAM and the SSD drive make startup and opening apps nearly instant. There’s a very short boot time that’s almost unnoticeable (at least in my configuration). I press the power button and it almost instantly is to the logon screen. I touch the fingerprint reader and the desktop appears. Can’t ask for anything better than that. One other thing I’d like to mention is the clarity of the screen. Even though this has a smaller screen than my old 17” laptop, this one is so clear that it seems to be easier on my eyes. At least for me it is. A note about Windows 10…. In the old days, I wasn't a fan of Microsoft constantly changing Windows versions. But windows 10 has gotten better over time. I normally use Ubuntu as my operating system of choice, but I think I’m going to keep Windows 10 on this computer. I like how Windows 10 now has a decent functioning multiple desktop feature. Also, settings don’t seem as difficult to find in this version. To sum it up, I really don’t have anything negative to say about this. Once again HP comes through for me!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Artist Review - Pros May Balance Out One Big Con

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

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    Cons – Screen lacks saturation. Low-volume speakers. Pros – Good machine for the $750 sales price in terms of speed and horsepower. The Good----------- I do intensive illustration/graphic design work, so I took a gamble on a unit with no dedicated graphics card hoping the SSD and 12gb ram might reasonably compensate. So far, it has. My largest Photoshop file is around 10gb. Upon opening it, things mostly zipped along, whereas it would bring my previous core i7 laptop to a crawl. On this x360 there was some momentary lag in Photoshop performance after the file first opened, but that soon passed and everything ran smooth, even when I tested some of Photoshop's most lag-producing brushes at very large sizes. Now the thing is, even though the momentary lag disappeared and the performance was fast and smooth, task manager still showed me at about 97% in memory consumption, which then settled down to 77%. Must be a testament to the hardware to have smooth performance at 97% memory usage, but still, you don't want things that high. But that troubling detail is balanced out by the ability to increase ram memory (from the installed 12gb) to 32gb, and I don't regularly work with design files as large as 10gb anyway. By comparison, Photoshop performance with every other design file sped right along without spiking memory. Illustrator and InDesign worked without a hitch as well. So I'm thrilled at the speed I'm getting off this PC, even with a ton of browser windows open and graphic software running. ************ The Bad --------------- 1) Sound quality of the built-in speakers is good but NOT the volume! Compared to the Beats speakers in my old HP PC, these x360 speakers just whisper. And there's no equalizer to adjust the volume - there used to be, but not now. HP removed the equalizer for Windows compatibility reasons, and there's no word on when or if they'll put one back in. I can grab some headphones, but this is still a disappointment. 2) The SCREEN is the one BIG Con.....for artists. The brightness level is a noticeable downgrade from my HP Envy from 2012. But it's not so bad that I couldn't get use to it. The worst for me are the muted colors of this screen. Most people wouldn't even notice, but for artists and others who REALLY pay attention to color, this flaw sticks out. And frustratingly, HP tech support are not being supplied a lot of the finer spec details when it comes to this x360 model. I had to dig long and hard myself to find out that the screen is only hitting about 67% of the sRGB. Certain colors like red could show so vibrantly on my 7 year old PC that it burned your eyes if you stared. Not so on the x360. On this unit, reds are muted and could look dangerously close to orange. Fortunately for me, I happen to have other monitors to view my work through. But if I were solely reliant on this x360 screen alone, it would be a huge problem. And if I had paid $1,000 rather than the $750 early Black Friday price, I’d be significantly more upset now. But price and performance speed are just enough to offset my disappointment with screen quality. If you’re an artist needing exact colors, you have to use another monitor in conjunction to this x360. The last mention concerns the tablet functionality. I do not yet own a pen for this x360, but many hours of research tells me the HP Tilt Pen is more optimized for this screen and to skip the other 3rd party pens like the Bamboo pen. The 3rd party pens give you shakier lines on this thing. Despite the disappointing color gamut, it’s still good enough to use as a painting tablet. ***************** If you have more money, buy a laptop with a better screen. If you buy this unit be prepared to use external speakers or headphones. And tech support is good, but HP has given them limited information about this machine…..so dealing with x360 support can get frustrating if you’re trying to gain info not already present in the online manuals. It’s shocking how little info HP currently provides on this machine and peripherals like the HP Tilt Pen (which is why I won’t truly know if tilt functionality will work on this unit until I get the pen).

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Quality HP laptop

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

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    I've been purchasing HP Envys for our company for a little over 4 years now. The 17" is a bit ridiculous in size, but some of our instructors are of the age where they need a larger screen for when they need larger font to read. I feel the 15" is the optimal size. The pavilions just seem to have to many issues that I don't want to be spending time trying to remedy. I've had very little issues with the Envys and now that they have finger print logon and SSD for fast boot up and programs it just makes it even more convenient and faster. I dont feel this model is any faster than its predecessor, but it was on sale and sales are always good! The feel of this model is good. The touchpad feels good. Some older models seem to have a little looseness feel to the touchpad, but this is tight and extra movement when clicking. Nobody complains about not having dvd drives because we keep everything on digital file and all installation of software is also digital.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fast, Good sound, good battery life

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    I bought this for business travel. The SSD storage is much faster and more efficient than the old hard drives. The 12gb of RAM helps too. Boot up in Windows 10 is only a few seconds and another feature that I needed is the good number of outputs. It has ports for HDMI, 2 USBs, 1 USBc and a slot for SD Cards. It is larger than my older Surface Pro but the added media outputs is sometimes needed for meetings. I have run it for extended periods of time and the battery life is very good. With low activity, the battery only went down by 20% over a 5 hour period. It no doubt would draw down more if I was very active but I am sure that it could last a workday without problems. No problems with anything so far.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love it so far

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    Ive had this for about a week, and have not been disappointed. I have not done anything too taxing, but everything seems to move fluidly. Ive compiled some basic programs in two different IDEs (in c++ and java). VM's seem to run quickly as well. It scored over a 15000 on the geekbench 4. I have been trying to see if I can find a better valued laptop before I can return this one, and have failed so far. No complaints here, and would recommend it

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Quick and Easy to use.

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    This is my first time buying a laptop that cost more than $400. I can say it was well worth the money. I am a nursing student who does not make much so I went out on a limb to buy a new laptop. Runs quick, starts up quick, doesn't die after being on it for 20 mins, and the larger screen makes life so much easier on my eyes. If you don't have $2000 to spend on a Mac Book then this is a pretty good buy I would say.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Just the laptop we needed

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    We needed a new laptop for a small business. Business class laptops were out of our budget. I've had great success with HP over the years and our IT guy searched for HPs that could perform and not go outside our small budget. This is the one he found. Interestingly enough, our IT guy was not a real fan of HP... until he saw this baby. Now he wants one for himself! It did take my fingers a little to adjust to the keypad as there is a full 10-key on it (which I love having). The other keys like home, end, and delete are also in different places than my personal HP Spectre. But the keypad feels great and the adjustment was not that bad. The laptop came at a perfect time as COVID-19 required me to work from home. It has gotten a workout with Zoom calls, Quickbooks, and other office programs. It is fast enough to handle multiple programs running at once, including my Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.). Even though the graphics card is integrated, it is fast and crisp. It keeps up with my Spectre (which is a beast). Since I'm at home, I have both my laptops (this one and my Spectre) side-by-side and use my MX Master 2S mouse to scroll back and forth between them easily. I can cut in one and paste into the other. It's made my work-from-home a breeze and even more productive. The laptop is a gem. If you are looking for one that can handle office work, graphic work, along with general personal use (email, internet, etc.), without breaking the bank, you've found it.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    AN EXCELLENT LAPTOP....

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    The files from the old computer transferred with 100% accuracy. I am not getting NOT RESPONDING as I did with the old one. It runs well. I shut it down overnight twice per week. The only negative is that the keyboard is in dark gray., and the area around it is in lighter gray. A black and white format would be better. Saving documents is a bit more involved than this task was on the old one, but L will get used to it. There could be two or three portals for FLASH DRIVES.. I am a digital photographer and I need to find out if there is a portal for memory sticks and also a portal for cd roms. I AM VERY HAPPY WITH MY PURCHASE.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect computer for everyday needs for realtor

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    I just purchased this computer at Best Buy about a week ago. Ahead of my purchase, I did a lot of heavy research, watching online video reviews, and googling the best laptops for real estate agents. I knew I wanted a 2-in-1 laptop/tablet computer. I'm not a MacBook/Apple person, I tried my husbands classroom Chromebook (not a fan of it's simplicity), and I knew I didn't want a Surface Pro. That basically left the top companies of Dell, HP, Lenovo, Acer and Asus. Based on the research, weighing the pros and cons of all the reviews, my decision came down to two computers, the HP Spectre x360, and the HP Envy x360. We chose the Envy (with the iCore processor), only because the Spectre was a little outside of our price range, and even a build-your-own on HP's website with current discounts was still a bit pricey. I also did not want to build-my-own, because the shipping was like a month away, unfortunately, and I wanted a computer right away. Pros (so far) : - KEYBOARD: great keyboard keys, large enough and soft enough to the feel that it really doesn't miss a stroke. Love how it types. It's pretty similar to the MacBook keys, in terms of their softness and capturing touches. - WINDOWS: I was worried about the desktop design of Windows 10 OS. However, it's not a bad setup. I appreciate that they have the Start button in the lower right corner (again). The taskbar configurations are nice, easy to use, and convenient. You can really personalize the home screen, too. - KEYPAD: I wanted this computer for the number keypad, which has turned out to be pretty nice. I know that when computing numbers, it will come in even more handy. - SCREEN SIZE: The large 15.6" diagonal screen has proven to be a perfect size for me. It might be a bit large for some people, but my previous screen was a desktop monitor (like 20"), so I prefer the larger screen. (In all fairness, I imagine a 14" laptop might be the perfect size) - PORTS: variety of external ports (although, this seemed pretty common for most laptops now). 1 Standard SD card slot, 1 headphone, 1 power cord source, 1 HDMI, 2 USB Type A (older style), 1 USB Type C. - WEBCAM: the webcam has a on-off kill switch on the side of the computer, so that when not in use, the user can shut the camera, for safety and a sense of security. I haven't used the camera yet, so no reports on that yet. - SPEAKERS: speakers above keyboard have turned out to be great so far! Bang & Olufsen are top-notch speakers, from what I've reviewed. - FINGERPRINT:: Fingerprint button to sign-in has been the best idea! (a lot of other companies dont even have this option, or if they do, its on the high-end models). - KEYBOARD BACKLIGHTING: You can adjust the brightness on the keyboard backlighting up or down to suit your needs, however, I have not really tested this out in dark situations. It appears to be a good feature. - TOUCH PAD: the touch pad has been great so far. Very sensitive to my strokes. Large enough for my needs. - TABLET MODE: fun mode! best option for when you are sitting not at a table. the stylus pen worked great for me, no issues. - SET-UP: Upon startup, it was easy-peezy setup, synced right with my wireless printer and Wi-Fi. Cons: - KEYBOARD: The NUM LOCK key doesn't have a light on it to tell you if it's on or off. Nowhere on the screen itself does it identify the NUM Lock is on or off, either. I just have to tap it and type until i figure out if its on or off. - COLOR/LIGHTING: Because I wanted the iCore processor (I was unfamiliar with the Ryzen and the salesperson at Best Buy said for my needs, the iCore processor would be just fine. I'm not a gamer, and I don't do any photo-editing), the model that was available for the iCore was the silver colored one. The Dark Ash one is for the Ryzen processor computers. This silver color laptop is fine, but here is my complaint--- the keyboard letters are a dark gray on silver. At Best Buy, the keys seemed to be visible just fine. However, at home, if you have a light shining directly ontop the keyboard from above, you cannot even see the letters on the silver keys. THIS IS MY BIGGEST COMPLAINT. :( - LID DESIGN: I don't like how there is hardly a lid lip/edge to grab when opening the laptop lid. There is just a lip on the front edge of the computer. One of the video reviews I watched indicated that the lid would need two hands to open, and it does. Maybe with some additional use over time, I will be able to open it with one hand. (I will note that according to review, The Spectre is supposed to be an easier 1-handed lid to open.) Additional Notes to point out: - LETTERS: The letters on the keys (on the physical face of the keys) are all in uppercase, it's unusual. Most keyboards are in lowercase. Not a terrible thing, just took some getting used to when looking down. - KEYBOARD DESIGN/SIZE OF COMPUTER: Had I not needed the number pad, I would have preferred the keyboard to be centered. It's a bit weird having the actual keyboard off-center to the left, but I get that it's part of the design. And had I not been so particular about wanting the number pad, I would have liked a 14" screen option. I think the 13" was probably a bit too small for me. More Notes: *It would make an all around great computer for students. :) Hope this was helpful in narrowing your selection. :)

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Well rounded and good value.

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    A lot of features for the money. Reasonable real world battery life and not overly heavy. Crisp clear screen, although brightness and glare make outside usage difficult. Factory color calibration is a little too warm for my taste, but an easy fix. It is not extremely fast, but it is more than adequate, especially considering the price point. Expect a slight lag when streaming high def and switching applications. This laptop will meet the needs of most users very well and without regret. Hinges on the screen could be a little stronger.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Very fast Laptop

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    Ease of Use
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    I purchased this on the Black Friday sales. Great price at 250.00 off regular. It is the fastest laptop I have ever used. It loads and boots in just seconds. I was able to install my programs and files very simple and easy. I enjoy the numbers on the keyboard offset to the right side. I only have 1-complaint. The lighted keyboard is not helpful at all in a well lite area. You have trouble seeing the keyboard unless you turn off the keyboard light. The silver keys along with the white light showing thru causes the letters and numbers to disappear. Oh well other than that it works great. Super thin and lightweight.

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    Ease of Use
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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Gorgeous laptop, runs very well.

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    Owned for 9 months when reviewed.

    Features

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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
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    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    I purchased this laptop in December 2019 for school and I have to say, it is amazing to say the least. It has plenty of features such as the touch screen, 360 degree screen rotation, fingerprint scanner, keyboard backlight, and a mechanical camera shutter/ kill switch. It also has a USB 3.1 Type-C port, two USB 3.1 Type-A ports (with one of these two ports being able to charge another device while the laptop is turned off), and an SD card reader. There is one audio jack for headphones with or without a microphone as well. The i7 processor and 12 GB of RAM lets me keep several tabs and a Youtube video playing without much slowdown, if at all. The left side of the laptop can get a bit hot if you're doing too many things at once, but it is not an issue if its not on your lap. I use this combined with a Wacom pen to write notes for school. The speaker quality is great and I have no complaints about it. The battery life is good and can get me through a day of back to back classes. If the battery dies, worry not - this laptop can charge to about 50% in 30 minutes. This laptop can rotate 360 degrees, making it easy to fold it all the way to jot down notes or stand it at an angle to watch videos. It took me a second to get used to the number pad on the right side of the keyboard, and was not an issue. Neither was the off-center touchpad, which is really only a cosmetic issue that I don't mind at all. When I initially used this laptop, I found that it got hot during non intensive tasks such as having a tab or two open while typing in Word or drawing in OneNote, but after turning off Intel Optane, the issue seems to have been resolved, and I'm not quite sure if that is the case with other users. I am very satisfied with this laptop. There are plenty of great features and the laptop still runs like new after 9 months of moderate to intense use. There is no doubt that it will last me through college and then some.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fast easy to use good price

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    bought this for my mother, easy to set up, and show her how to use, replaced an 8year old lenovo, i have bought mostly hp's all the way since 1982. Good value, easy to use,hooked up 2nd hd moniter, runs voth screens easily, ( she is not a gamer). and best buy makes it easy , i told her if she didnt totally like it ,i can return it and try another, she doesn't want to . I have a stupid fast hp omen that i use for graphic design and to run a laser engraver and cnc router with 3d carving software, i have to push it with more than a dozen software applications open,to slow the cursor movement, the envy 360 will hold up to 1/2 that usage at once, , for the price , good deal, she loves the finger print open, , only thing i would say is agreement with others, hinge for screen, kinda sucks, if you want to touch the screen etc., you need to flip mode or prop a wall or cinder block behind it. I knew that buying it, but didnt change my mind for over all value and build, its a little screamer for $1000, and i couldn't convince her to wait for black friday deals, gracias for those best buy,,

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
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    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
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