HP ENVY 15t-j100 Quad Core i7 15.6″ Laptop For $634.99 After $165 Off

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HP ENVY 15t-j100 Quad Edition 15.6″ Laptop For $634.99 From HP

$150 instant savings through 01/19 or while supplies last.

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All-new ENVY: Completely redesigned using breakthrough techniques to be lighter, thinner, and more advanced than ever.
-Windows 8.1
-4th generation Intel Core i7-4700MQ Processor
-15.6″ HD BrightView LED-backlit
Upgrade available to full HD for $50.
-Intel® HD Graphics
Upgrade available to 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GT740M Graphics for $85
-8GB RAM (1 slot used, 1 available for future upgrades)
-1TB Hard Drive
Upgrade available to hybrid Hard Drive for $40
-HP TrueVision HD Webcam w/ integrated digital mic
-802.11b/g/n WLAN
Upgrade available to bluetooth for $10
-6-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery, Up to 9 hours and 30 minutes
Get a 2nd battery for just $40 more!
-Standard Keyboard
Upgrade available to Backlit Keyboard for $35
-Beats Audio with four speakers and a subwoofer.
-With two microphones and advanced noise reduction software, web chats are crystal clear.

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12 Responses to “HP ENVY 15t-j100 Quad Core i7 15.6″ Laptop For $634.99 After $165 Off”

  1. Murphy Says:
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    Amazing how these machines are getting cheaper by the day. A year ago an i7 was over thousand bucks.

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  2. Dan Says:
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    @Murphy:
    Yup, that’s the nature of the beast.

    Hard to believe that this was ever a deal: http://www.dansdeals.com/archives/852
    :D

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  3. Jason Smith Says:
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    Only downside to this laptop is that unlike Dell, HP does not make Windows 7 drivers for their Windows 8 laptops. So you can’t uninstall windows 8 and put on windows 7.

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  4. DH Says:
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    Many of Dell’s Home machines (like this HP) don’t have Windows 7 Drivers either. Its very easy to get the Windows 7 drivers for almost any Windows 8 Machine using programs like 3DPChip and some others. Technically the hardware is the same – and the hardware manufacturers still make the drivers. You can always get the Chipset, USB 3.0 and Graphics Drivers from Intel and the rest shouldn’t take too much work…

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  5. Leib Says:
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    As a professional computer fixer and geek and whatnot, I can tell you that HP and Dell are the easiest to down(or Up)grade to WIN 7. Most drivers are in fact compatible. Acer and Lenovo on the other hand…..

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  6. Optician Says:
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    Optical drive?

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  7. DH Says:
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    @ Leib – Mr Professional computer fixer and whatnot – Use 3DP Chip and it takes a bout 5 minutes to install all the drivers 90% of the time, no matter what company. I’ve done hundreds of computers without this as well especially back in the Windows Vista downgrade to XP fiasco, when it took some skill to find all the proper drivers, but these days downgrading and finding drivers are really simple

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  8. Jason Smith Says:
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    I think the point is that most people buying a computer and want to downgrade to Windows 7 want to be sure that it can be done, not 90% sure. The only sure way is for the manufacturer to have the drivers on their website. This HP does not, so if you are buying it to downgrade, buy at your own risk.

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  9. Davidb Says:
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    Seems dead!!!!!!

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  10. Dan Says:
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    @Davidb:
    Still works for me.

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  11. DH Says:
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    http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-Systems-and-Software/Envy-15t-j100-Select-Edition-Windows-7-x64-Drivers/td-p/3154097

    Found that in 5 seconds…. Now you can be 100% Sure:)

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  12. Justin Says:
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    @Leib:

    Need help. Envy 15t-j100 Downgrade to Win7 64bit. Everything works but the Beats audio. Need help looking for driver

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