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HP Spectre X360 - 13-W033tu (Core i7, 16GB Ram, 1TB Ssd) $2269 Delivered at HP Online Store [Requires Phone Call]


First I'll like to give credit to herlocksholmes at whirlpool for discovering this one.

This laptop has recently been released and RRP's for $3399. It seems they are giving people a corporate discount without being part of a business.

Intel® Core™ i7-7500U Processor (Intel® HD Graphics 620, 2.7 GHz, up to 3.5 GHz, 4 MB cache, 2 cores)
Windows 10 Home 64
13.3" diagonal FHD UWVA BrightView WLED-backlit touch screen (1920 x 1080)
16 GB LPDDR3-1866 SDRAM (onboard)
1 TB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD

I called Hp on 132347 asking about how the corporate pricing works and what is required. They asked me the name of my company and if it is purely for work purposes or personal (I said both). They told me that my company is not on their program. However they were still able to give me a discount on the laptop.

This also works for the 512gb ssd which comes down to $2000.
Link to original post: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2570290

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  • after some bad xp with HP and heating issues im just not sure if i should jump on board. very good price either way.

    • +1

      I bought this machine in the US last week. Though with this deal I wish I'd waited.

      Can confirm I haven't had any heat issues. Under load gets a little hot near the fan and base near screen but less than my last machine.

    • Here's a tip, if you want a good laptop, buy a business laptop. They last for 7+ years if you're not incompetent. I've had my HP business laptop for 9 years now and it has been through hell.

      • +1

        thats so true. however what also has lasted so long for me is my sony vaio. 6 yrs now. running like a dream and full hd screen from back then. i find it hard on the cheaper end to get a full hd screen (which should be standard really).

        • +1

          I miss the days of the Vaio. My S15 is now 4 years old and runs like a dream!!

  • Hows gaming performance on the video card in this laptop?

    • +1

      very powerful
      Intel® HD Graphics 620

    • Don't game on an ultrabook. Seriously…
      It can handle most MOBA games and CS:GO, but the laptop will get real hot, real fast.

    • See my post below for better gaming options.

  • This is seriously a great price.

    Just to put this in perspective, Apple charges $960 for a similar 1TB PCIE NVME SSD BY ITSELF in only the 15" macbook pro.
    Lenovo are also smoking crack when it comes to upgrading to PCIE NVME SSDs. The price is around $800.

    Dell offer this in their XPS range, but you'll be paying well over $3000 for the XPS15 with 1TB PCIE SSD.

  • Are they doing any deals on their elitebooks?

    • Not sure about this. You could always call and try your luck.

  • Other options below. Both customizable, with free delivery and 2yr warranty.

    AORUS X3 Plus v5 - $2,399.00
    Windows® 10 Home, 13.9" QHD+ 3200x1800 screen, i7-6700HQ, GTX 970 6GB graphics, 16GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM, 512GB M.2 (Very Fast) PCIe SSD

    Metabox Prime P641RF - $1,718.00
    14.0" FHD 1920x1080 60Hz Wide Viewing Angle screen, i7-6700HQ, GTX 965M 2GB graphics, 16GB DDR4 RAM (option for upgrade), 275GB M.2 SSD, (option for M.2 PCIe SSD and extra HDD)

  • So how do you get corporate pricing if one doesn't have a company.

    • I just asked them if my company was part of there program. They said no but offered me a discount equivalent to the corporate price.

  • Did they give you a timeframe for delivery?

  • Ships in 8-12 days.

  • So is this classed as a business laptop?

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