HP 15.6" AMD A4 Quad-Core Laptops

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HP 15.6" AMD A4 Quad-Core Laptops
Price: $319.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Wednesday, Feb 11 to Monday, Feb 16) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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I haven’t a clue about “processors” even after I read the links provided by the above commenters. So, is this a good laptop, or not? I basically want a new larger screen laptop for use in my sewing room. I have some embroidery design software that runs on windows 7 now. A larger screen is my goal as I’m using an older 13" Dell laptop running window 7. I’m also considering an HP All in One Envy desktop with 21" screen.

Has anyone gotten a refurbished laptop before and are they any good?

Over the past 20 years or so, I think I’ve ONLY bought refurbished laptops (one or two from bricks-and-mortar computer stores (remember those?), two or three from Dell’s outlet, a couple from various discount-y sites similar to - but obviously not nearly as good as - Woot), and they’ve all worked great right out of the box. Frankly, I wouldn’t consider buying brand spankin’ new unless it was a positively screaming deal.

I got a refurb HP Chromebook a few months ago & it’s going great – using off & on every day. I got it as a Woot/Amazon deal & it came in an HP box.

This computer should work OK for your requirements.

Translation: This is an entry-level quad core processor on a value priced laptop introduced 10 months ago. Unless you are doing CAD, video editing, or the latest games, this laptop is perfectly suited for all daily workloads like Office, Internet browsing and playing DVD movies or Netflix.

I did, almost 3 months ago I’ve bought a Dell computer from Woot that was factory refurbished and still works great!, really will keep buying refurbished as I had never had any issue with Woot merchandise.

Can woot explain about getting a win 8 activation key on a refurbished PC? Does the buyer have to contact HP for warranty coverage on this? I recently sent bck an HP laptop just like this and got a refund (thanks woot!)
What’s the deal woot!

EDIT: Today’s offer comes with Genuine Windows 8.1 (64-bit).

If, for some odd reason, you should not receive the OS with your purchase you can email into either HP Support or support@woot.com and let them know.

I like to listen to classical music while I have my laptop out and about. Yes, I know laptop sound is generally pretty crummy, but I’m not about to haul separate speakers along with me – although I may resort to headphones. So where does this laptop fall on the sound scale from best-of-the-crummy to worst-of-the-crummy? Would I be better off waiting for a Dell or Acer to show up here?

Is that laptop upgradable; processor, RAM, hard drive?