HP EliteBook Folio 14" Intel i5 Ultrabook

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HP EliteBook Folio 14" Intel i5 Ultrabook
Price: $279.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Thursday, Feb 09 to Tuesday, Feb 14) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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No Bluetooth? Grrrr!

“1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in stunning clarity” as compared to what 800x600?

Too bad the screen is crap resolution, otherwise this is a decent deal. Bluetooth missing isn’t a big deal, either switch out the wireless card(looks pretty straight forward)HP EliteBook Folio 9470m Disassembly, or just buy a dongle.

Cheaper elsewhere.

Had to deal with these in my last job. We deployed almost 1,000 of these to the salesforce. Had 10% DOA brand new out of the box. Had %30 failure of the SSD’s within the next 6 months.

These units are why we shifted from HP to Dell. They were crap when they came out. Sorry, this model was just garbage.

Thanks for the heads up jrileycastine, high rate of failure for SSDs is no bueno!

Do you have a link for that?

It says there is bluetooth…am i missing something here?

No HDMI? I know that an adapter can be purchased, but is there a reason why manufacturers substitute a display port for HDMI? If there is no advantage to a display port, why make the buyer have to purchase an adapter for HDMI? …simply include HDMI instead of a display port. I’ve never seen anyone complain that a computer didn’t have a display port.

“You Keep Me Hanging On”…

HDMI is digital only and is designed only for one monitor. DisplayPort supports both analog (VGA), digital (DVI/HDMI), and even multiple displays (daisy chained) when using monitors capable of it under 1.2 and newer specs.


Where specificially?

Mine is dead after 9 months. What the heck!