HP 14s-cf0017TU Notebook (Intel Core i5-8250U, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD) - $725.37 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Processor: Intel Core i5-8250U processor, 1.6GHz base processor speed, 4 cores
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64
Display: 14-inch HD (1366x768) display
Memory, Graphics & Storage: 8GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM, with Intel UHD Graphics 620 | Storage: 1TB SATA
Design & battery: Laptop weight: 1.43 kg
Warranty: This is an AU version with AU warranty & support

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  • 8th gen. Hdd and 768p. In 2020.

    • +3 votes

      For a minute there, I thought this was an Officeworks deal…

    • +1 vote

      Clever marketing saying 'HD' on a lot of these which I believe fools the average Joe into thinking 1080p.

  • HD… back spine shivers

  • LOL
    1366 x 768 pixels in 2021 FY

  • They use a screen that is 30 years old

    • Knowing what we had 30 years ago, I'd would of loved this….but I agree this is an insult to its other specs….

      • i'm gonna say its not far off… in 1990 I'm pretty sure 1,024 x 768 was the higher end standard. All they did in the HD era was widen it.

        • Yeah not far off the higher end, but this still would of been superior.

          For perspective though, I had access to a stock C64, Amiga 500(With tv style screens) and later a Pentium with win95 with 1,024x768 likely being it's max resolution(I feel it was 800x600 tho.)

          My first pc I called my own was a Thinkpad laptop with a max 1,024 x 768 on its small TFT screen in around the earliest part of the 2000's(As a young kid it was the best present I ever got)…..

          This all above is taking in account I was not in a rich family and these were likely dated when I had them(I'm 30~ so, the Amiga and C64 were old when I was born)…

  • Specs arent that terrible. It's just the screen resolution really. Question is, can you find a better alternative at this price?

    • Well put it like this… many of us bought one of those 1st or 2nd gen. Lenovo e485/495s back in late 2018 early 2019. It was about the same price but…

      1. its FHD
      2. its a Ryzen 2500/3500
      3. it has ssd
      4. it has true Gen 2 type c charging
      5. it has vega gfx
      6. its a quasi SME build Thinkpad

      Its now 2020. Wait until after the financial year passes and you'll see what stuff pops up. There's not much point buying right now while crappy eofy 'sales' are going. People are waiting for 4000 series Ryzen to happen in the same Lenovo E series shell.

      Also the HDD is a true clanger. You cannot be serious with a main HDD booter drive now. It is terrible and unjustifiable. I can live with 8th gen and an FHD screen but that HDD should be a 2ndary.

  • Never buying HP again, terrible experience every time.

  • crap like this will be clearing out for $300 by the end of the year you'd think.

    • This is HP clearing out old crap they found in the warehouse.

      I just looked up the SKU part list and its a 5,400rpm 1tb drive.

      Anyone who buys this I hope you enjoy the wait times.

  • For this price, probably Lenovo had better specs laptop.