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HP’s Spectre x360 line of convertible notebooks have premium specs and design, and premium prices to match. But right now Woot is running a sale on some refurbished 2016 models, which means you can pick one up for as little as $650.
That’s a pretty great price for a Windows notebook with a 6th-gen Core i5 processor, a full HD touchscreen display, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of solid state storage.
But if you have more money burning a hole in your wallet, you can also find mdoels with up to 512GB of storage, up to 16GB of RAM, and up to a 2560 x 1440 pixel OLED display.
Just keep in mind that these refurbished models only come with 90 day warranties.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
HP Spectre x360
- Refurb HP Spectre x360 13″ convertible w/Core i5-6200U/8GB/256GB or $650 – Woot
- Refurb HP Spectre x360 13″ convertible w/Core i7-6500U/8GB/512GB for $800 – Woot
- Refurb HP Spectre x360 13″ convertible w/OLED display/Core i7-6500U/16GB/512GB for $980 – Woot
- Dell Inspiron 11 3000 convertible Windows notebook w/Celeron N3060/2GB/32GB for $130 after rebate + coupon – Dell (via Slickdeals)
- Refurb Acer 14″ FHD Chromebook w/Celeron N3160/4GB/32GB for $200 – Newegg
- Acer Revo Base mini desktop w/Core i5-5200U/8GB/1TB/FreeDOS for $350 – Newegg
- Refurb Amazon Kindle Paperwhite w/1-year warranty for $93 – Amazon
- TP-Link AC2600 WiFi router for $100 – Newegg (coupon: EMCRDRC39)
- Netger AC1200 WiFi router for $37 – Amazon
- Refurb Roku Streaming Stick (3600R) for $30 – Groupon
- Anker PoweCore 15,600 mAh portable power pack for $24 – Amazon (coupon: SPRING80)
- Asus Bluetooth 4.0 USB adapter for $5 after rebate – Newegg (coupon: EMCRDRD32)
- Logitech K400 wireless keyboard & touchpad for $20 – Walmart
- Fibit Charge HR activity tracker for $70 and up – Walmart
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
Is there a keyword or term to look for to find out if a touchscreen is pressure sensitive? And if its stylus/pen is more than just a rubber nub?
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