HP 14″ Core i5 Ultrabook For Just $499.99 Shipped From Newegg Via eBay

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HP Ultrabook 840 G1 (E3W30UT#ABA) 14″ Intel Core i5 For Just $499.99 Shipped From Newegg Via eBay

Comparison to Amazon ($679 from 3rd parties, $1,122 direct from Amazon).

HP Ultrabooks come with a 3 year warranty!

-Intel Core i5-4300U 1.9 GHz (3 MB Cache)
-Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (with Win8 Pro License)
-180 GB Solid-State Drive
-14-Inch LED-backlit HD SVA anti-glare screen
-3 x USB 3.0
-13.34″ x 9.33″ x 0.83″
-3.48 lbs.
-Fingerprint reader, SmartCard reader
-720p HD webcam

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You posted a different hp laptop earlier. That one is i7 2ghz and 8gb ram.

Isn’t that one a better computer for the same price?


Apples and oranges.

That’s a 17″ desktop replacement, this is a 14″ ultrabook.


so this one is smaller, but that one is a much better computer


If size doesn’t matter then you’re correct.

But if you want those specs in an ultrabook you’ll be out well over a grand.


Hi Dan,

I know that Amex Delta ain’t worth much, but if someone needs it…

I called amex and asked them to match me to an old offer of 50,000 miles for amex gold delta. They asked me to read it and they matched me to it.

This is what I read them:

Get 50,000 SkyMiles when you spend $1,000 in 3 months, and earn a $50 statement credit after your first Delta purchase (also within 3 months).


@Dan: Any chance of a price match from someone else on this? I don’t like the no returns…


To everyone who does not know a HP UltraBook/ Elitebook is the top of line commercial use computer, these other computers that you are getting are consumer grade parts etc… In my mind the Ultrabook is a steal of deal and best computer deal of the past few weeks.

Jason Smith

I have an Elitebook 745 G2 which the school I work for bought for all the teachers, battery life is horrible (it comes with a 3 cell “long life” battery), the battery is non user removeable meaning it is built into the laptop. The battery also drains when the computer is totally shut down, losing about 1.5% per hour. If I fully charge the laptop before I leave work on Friday and shut down the laptop, the battery is almost dead by Monday morning. I figure by the end of 2 years, the IT people are going to learn the hard way what a terrible decision it was to buy this model when they have to start replacing all the batteries. So I have to disagree with Jack about the Elitebook being top of the line…


The battery life on Amazon.com lists it as “Average Battery Life (in hours) 15.25 hours”, so I am not sure what that means…