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HP Envy 13.3" 4K i7 10th Gen Ultra HD Touchscreen Laptop 512GB SSD $1698.30 @ JB Hi-Fi

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Specifications seem very competitive for 4k screen with i7-1065G7. 8GB of ram and no thunderbolt, pen or no usb-c charger possible drawbacks.
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  • Yeah decent specs but the ram and no TB3 is a killer for me.
    Wonder when the Ryzen 4000 laptops are coming to Oz.

    • Maybe in 2 months time as soon they release in US.i am waiting for the 4000 series as well. Apparently they will pair with some high end GPU to compete in the high end gaming marketing, not just Intel.

    • I am also waiting for Ryzen 4000 laptops but looking at the recent review of ROG ZEPHYRUS G14. All the AMD laptops may lack a thunderbolt port.

  • I love the HP laptops but my quibble would be every HP I’ve ever owned has run hot.

    • yes, they are great for the winter months.

      • Personally, my winter heater tends to be a cat.

        The main issue, with the HP, is that the fan runs, a lot, and the processing seems to slow down.

  • Lack of a usb-c charger warrants automatic exclusion in my opinion.

  • I have the i5 version of this laptop, can confirm it charges from usb-c with a 65w charger. Doesn't like a 27w in sleep mode however.

    The screen is nice for 4k, but surface pens don't work. The fan does seem to find a way of running when under light loads.

  • Wow - my daughter has an i5/1080p version of this and it's definitely one of the best ultrabooks I've ever purchased. BUT I picked hers up WITH USB-C charging and Thunderbolt for $1599 November last year.

    This seems a weird design choice by HP. Maybe to hit sub $2k pricepoint?

    Real shame. TB3 is a must for me these days.

  • I would check the HP education store discounts, they are pretty awesome right now
    The laptops for entertainment section is particularly cheap, like the 14" pavilion, 10th gen i7, 16gb, 512gb for just over $1k