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    Customer Reviews — HP 13.3" Laptop AMD Ryzen 5 256GB Solid State Drive 8GB RAM

    Customer Reviews — HP 13.3" Laptop AMD Ryzen 5 256GB Solid State Drive 8GB RAM

    HP ENVY x360 13-ay0008na 13.3" Laptop - Black
    £799
    • Lightweight laptop with up to 11 hours of battery life
    • Full HD screen - for a stunning, clear picture
    • 256GB SSD offers plenty of storage & super-fast loading
    • AMD Ryzen 5 processor - for multitasking & streaming
    • 8GB of RAM delivers seamless multitasking
    4.7 / 5
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    The perfect portable laptop

    4/5
    The perfect portable laptop, lightweight a little on the smaller side and then touch screen works great. Not the most powerful laptop in the world but runs everything you'd need to for day-to-day business, although I have played a couple of games on here and it's ran pretty smoothly. Looks great too!

    Good, but...

    4/5
    Only received today, so just a quick review with my initial thoughts. The laptop is lovely and compact and a nice weight. The video and sound are fantastic, expected the sound to be good with a Bang & Olufsen setup. Key board is light to the touch and very responsive along with the back lights, makes for a pleasant typing experience. I was disappointed that there wasn't a stylus pen, for the money I think a basic pen should have been included. Removed MacAfee straight away, it now runs much smoother and obviously faster. Annoyed that this was preinstalled and not optional. MacAfee is a pain to remove unless you know what you're doing, thankfully my other half does. After that garbage was removed, Windows updated with no issues, and the app updates were a breeze too. Also removed a trial of ExpressVPN, yet another peace of software forced upon us due to a deal they have with HP. Would love to give it 5 stars, but it has to lose 1 due to the lack of a stylus pen and MacAfee.

    Great high spec uni laptop

    4/5
    Good looking laptop that was easy to set up.Good Spec for university work and It’s perfect for all of my online lectures.

    Perfect size for 2 in 1

    4/5
    It's a good little laptop. The perfect size for a 2 in 1 in my opinion. Did have some trouble at the beginning as wouldn5 switch back from tablet mode. I had to troubleshoot but hasn't given me a problem since.

    Great compact laptop

    4/5
    This is a really nice and sleek all in one laptop. I love the touchscreen feature and size of the product. The fingerprint sensor is also brilliant and works pretty well. I’m not the biggest fan of the tablet mode as it feels uncomfortable feeling the keyboard at the bottom, but it’s a great laptop for the price!

    Portable and Lightweight

    4/5
    The laptop was bought for my daughter as a gift for going to university. She loves IT! She loves the finger recognition on it, the fact that it is foldable and above all, she loves the fact that she can use the pen (thoough bought separately) to write to make notes. I also fall in love with it as it is not heavy at all compare to the laptop I have, lol. Some few things that I noticed though are: sometimes the fan can be loud, a laptop as expensive as this suppose to come with anti-virus (in my opinion) and they should have supplied the pen with it.

    Almost Perfect

    4/5
    I'm in love with this laptop! To make it clear, the lack of 5 stars is entirely down to the weight when using it in tablet mode and the lack of a stylus, while last years model came with one bundled. This design is spot-on. We have the Midnight Black version but in reality its the deepest, deepest aubergine colour on the outside and a little lighter on the inside. Its all metal with stiff rubber bolsters to protect the base on a table and the screen when closed The screen is touted as bezel-less and it nearly is, the visible space is almost maximised, while they've left enough border so you can hold onto the product in tablet mode, which you can toggle manually and makes everything on screen much "obvious" to access as its very phone(tablet)-like. It basically recognises the removal of keyboard inputs so everything on screen works as such, the on-screen keyboard pops up etc. Id recommend buying a stylus to use for that too and it is very compact. The keyboard has generous keys and all the shortcuts of a full keyboard, lacking the number-pad in order to maximise the rest. These keys are flat and backlit. Its very comfortable to use and set far back enough that your wrists can be rested either side of the touchpad for prolonged typing. Windows 10 is exactly what you'd expect for 2020. Simple and intuitive. The refinements of the most recent update have given us what is basically XP with a much more modern skin and newer features. Its finally what users have been waiting for. I think the pricing is amazing for what you get. The Ryzen 5 processor has grunt! I've already done a few renders in AfterEffects than ran H.265 and even 4K in a very respectable time - when doing heavy work, do be aware that the usually silent fans will kick up a notch but still aren't annoyingly loud. I would have preferred for the 8GB DDR4 RAM to be upgrade-able just for future-proofing, but this laptop is fully capable of all the video, design work and photography that me and my girlfriend do. Of course, you could pay more for even better, but on a conservative budget, this is the perfect laptop for you. Its not *cheap, but for a little less, you'd do a LOT worse.

    Great portable device

    4/5
    Nice and light, very portable