HP 15.6" AMD Quad-Core Business Notebook

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HP 15.6" AMD Quad-Core Business Notebook
Price: $294.99
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In spite of its other advantages, note that this is an A6 - pretty darn slow.

In my opinion, it makes no sense to put Windows 10 Home on a system and call it a business system.

I couldn’t agree more. No home operating system is a business class machine. It can’t even connect to a domain. I wish woot would figure this out they keep making this mistake again and again.

Sorry, but I’d never buy a laptop with an “HD” (1366x768) screen, no matter how good the rest of its specs might be.

In its defense, the 11-incher previously on here can get away with that kind of resolution.

There’s no reason for a modern “business” laptop to have 1366x768, especially with a 15-inch screen.

And no thank you to SpyHome on a business machine, I’ll install Win7Pro or Linux.

I’m pretty sure it’s a “business” laptop only because the screen resolution is too low of a resolution for entertainment. (Although it is also a lower resolution than I like for things like excel)