HP 15.6" Intel Quad-Core 1TB Touch Laptops

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HP 15.6" Intel Quad-Core 1TB Touch Laptops
Price: $309.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Thursday, Jul 19 to Tuesday, Jul 24) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned


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Is there a way to upgrade the RAM? 4Gb is really basic and insufficient for today’s usage

Is this a decent workhorse laptop? Will it have any issues running 1080p or maybe 4K video?

EDIT: NM, just saw the resolution. That’s a bummer.

Does anyone know if this would run Chrome OS? I was considering buying it and installing Chrome OS rather than buying a Chromebook.

Try to find something else. With a 1tb drive the processor is too slow to function at even a reasonable speed. I made the mistake of buying one of these. It took a full day just to do the windows updates out of the box. With that slow of a processor, try something with an ssd hard drive

Especially now with Chrome’s Spectre security fix.

Not expandable per HP.

You have to intentionally choose to limit the RAM to 4GB. That’s just insane.

You might consider one of the more friendly Linux distros. They can load “live” from a USB stick as a test and not touch the hard drive until you decide to install them. I have a couple of low-spec “cloudbooks” and they run well with Manjaro, Ubuntu and the (more limited but far less geeky) Endless OS. All are free, as are the apps and very little spying on you.