HP 210-G1 11" Intel 320GB Touch Notebook

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HP 210-G1 11" Intel 320GB Touch Notebook
Price: $179.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Nov 13 to Tuesday, Nov 14) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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My augmented reality startup could just buy like 5 of these and chain them together to make the appropriate AI Overlord…if my calculations are correct.

What kind of shape will these be in?

Will they appear new in box to fool a tween who still believes?

To those who have bought woot refurbished before: what kind of condition should I expect this to be in?

Particularly the battery. Do they test or replace it, or am I taking a chance on whether the thing can hold a charge?

Any idea if this is a good laptop, I wanted to buy this for my 13 yr old that will be watching movies on it…

Is this good for watching movies?

Screw it. Took a shot for under $200.

Hopefully, it looks new.

I have bought both a refurbished HP desktop and a HP laptop over the last year. Both items came as if they were new.
I wouldn’t worry.

Not this model, or even this year, but my experience on buying refurbs from HP has been really negative. I keep buying them because they’re the cheapest, and I keep figuring out why.

Screens, touchpads, and other hardware parts going in-and-out without cause or warning has been my history with them.

The price on this is really attractive, so this may be a good buy for someone that doesn’t know if they want a notebook. If you do, you can buy a real one later. if you don’t, you did’t waste too much coin.

I bought one of these new several (5?) years ago for $299. It still keeps chugging along. Never used the touch screen much, but now that I use a tablet more, I use it on the HP a bit more. Got knocked off my desk to an uncarpeted office floor and took a corner out, but it still worked.

Mine was Windows 8 with the free upgrade to 10.

Not the most exciting laptop I’ve used, but it takes a lickin and keeps on tickin.

Black Friday deals are only two weeks from today.

I have had mixed experiences with “refurbs” from Woot. Almost unanimously excellent, but one laptop looked like it had been drug down a sidewalk on a chain.

Who services the warranty on woot refubs?

EDIT: nevermind, I see that it’s “Advanced Skyline Technology”, whoever that is.

Did you remain at 4GB RAM or upgrade to 8GB? I’m curious whether the performance is significantly better with increased memory.

Not to burst the bubble. But if you want to give this pc a shot… its on Amazon right now for 89.99. Same model.

[VMod edit: Used, not a refurb, and not of the same specs.]

“Refurbished” covers everything from buyers’ remorse returns and products whose defects have been repaired by the pros to damaged packaging and discontinued items. If you can accept their checkered past, refurbs have a lot of love to give.

How about a link?

Not that I can find…need link.

https://smile.amazon.com/Hewlett-Packard-i3-i3-4010U-Professional-Notebook/dp/B01KUV2GRI/ref=sr_1_23?ie=UTF8&qid=1510329958&sr=8-23&keywords=HP+210-g1

It is a used one.