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[Refurbished] HP Probook 430 G5 13.3" i5-8250U/8GB/256GB SSD $599 (from $899 Save $300) Delivered @ Recompute

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We just got some HP Probook 430 G5, and we're doing an Ozbargain exclusive deal for you guys! Retail pricing are around the ~$1100 but we are clearing them for $599. Saving $300 off on our website! Use our coupon BFYR3L19 for $300 OFF! Great laptop for school or uni along with decent specs (8th gen) to back it up. Only the first 20 customers get $300!

  • Refurbished HP ProBook 430 G5
  • Intel Core i5-8250U (1.6 GHz, up to 3.4 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB SSD
  • 13.3 in diagonal HD SVA anti-glare LED-backlit, 220 cd/m2 (1366 x 768)
  • USB 3.0 (2 -1 power port), USB 3.1 Type-C (1), HDMI (1), VGA (1), Headphone/microphone jack (1), SD Reader (1), RJ-45 (1)

Deal ends Thursday 18/3/2021 12:00PM.

NOTE: sold all first 20

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  • +8 votes

    13.3 in diagonal HD SVA anti-glare LED-backlit, 220 cd/m2 (1366 x 768)

    Just a warning, SVA stands for Standard Viewing Angle, which is HP's marketing buzzword for TN Panel. 220 cd/m2 refers to brightness, (Candela per square metre) but you can just translate it to 220 nits.

  • +8 votes

    Sorry rep but the display is tragic.

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      For $30 more, while you step down a processor generation, you jump up to a 900p screen resolution.
      Also, a much more svelte form factor.

      https://www.australiancomputertraders.com.au/HP-Elitebook-84...

      • +1 vote

        There's a huge performance difference between Gen 7 and Gen 8 processors. I wouldn't pay $600+ for a 7th Gen i5 no matter how good the screen.

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          I agree entirely. Its why i commented to that person; because if the screen matters more than processing; there's an option.

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        Even better, try and snag an 840 G2 as some of them use 1080p displays.I bought one just shy of a year and a half ago to use while travelling overseas and it continues to run decent. All I did was swap the HDD to a SSD (cost $65 then from Scorptec for a 240GB SSD), and change the battery $50) to make it run decent.

        The laptop itself I managed to get for $266 (discounted from $316) on eBay and it arrived in reasonable condition. You give up the USB-C from the G3 but you gain an extra 2 USB 3 ports which is not a big deal (the USB-C implementation on the 840 series was pretty crap as the majority only did USB-C as storage/input; it didnt support DisplayPort or video over USB-C except for DisplayLink).

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    long ago i got the elitebook 840 cheaper than this.
    hopefully the screen is better on elite

  • -2 votes

    Dim low resolution display is garbage running on 4 year old hardware. Should be paid to use this garbage sorry!

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    Ahhhh. My eyes hurt just reading the display specs.

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      Honestly, ive used these in real life;

      And screen below 15" and above 720p, really is quite acceptable.

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    Oooh what a fab bargain!

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    Still have some of these in production. Quite OK for a cheap laptop. Matte screen helps. We are replacing with EliteBook 830 G7s.

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    Down from 899!!! Seriously - even $599- pay the extra $150 when Dell do a deal like this one: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/577684

    Full HD, NVME SSD and more importantly NEW!!!!