HP Pavilion 17.3" Intel Core i5 Laptops

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HP Pavilion 17.3" Intel Core i5 Laptops
Price: $459.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Wednesday, Mar 04 to Monday, Mar 09) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned


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why is it, none of these laptops are bluetooth… in this day and age… no bluetooth… I just keep passing

Time to learn all about the processor

I agree what the F$%^ Bluetooth should be standard at this point!

you can always a usb port doogle
for bluetooth it works with win 7

Anyone know what the actual model number is for this? I’m trying to look up the maximum RAM supported.

It looks like the HP Pavilion 17-F028NR, but that model only has one DIMM. The description here says there are two DIMMs…

Here is yer bluetooth


Getting past the bluetooth is the easy part, because you can get an adapter. Unfortunately you are stuck with the nasty 1600x900 resolution which is about the same pixel density as 1366x768 on a 15 inch.

A batch of factory reconditioned computers such as this are often a mix of model numbers. They are brought up to the stated specs as a minimum.

Why would I ever want to give up a usb port and have to deal with a dongle?

No usb, no webcam, and increasingly no fingerprint reader, just no sale. Period.

For internal Bluetooth maybe one of these would work. Or something similar if you need to keep an open USB port.

This screen resolution has a 6.08% higher pixel density than a 1366x768 on a 15.6" screen. If I did the calculations correctly.

Okay, great, but minimum specs don’t really do me much good here.

Thanks anyway, but no sale.

With that chip and two sockets, max memory would be 16gb.

That would be my guess as well, but some of these models are limited to 8GB, which is why I asked. Not willing to risk it unless it’s 100% that it can be bumped to 16GB…