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can those tech savvy compare the laptops between this deal and the new one. need a new one but have no idea if specs are good enough as is.

https://www.dansdeals.com/shopping-deals/electronics/notebooks/hp-15-6%e2%80%b3-10th-gen-core-i7-256gb-ssd-laptop-499-99-480-black-friday-savings-399-99-chase-offers/

Windows 10 Home 64 (Pro for $70 more)
10th Gen Intel Core i7 1065G7 processor, 1.3 GHz, up to 3.9 GHz, 8 MB cache, 4 cores+Intel Iris Plus Graphics
12 GB RAM (16GB RAM for $40 more for even more speed)
15.6″ diagonal HD display (Touchscreen for $50 more or FHD for $60 more)
256 GB SSD storage+ 16 GB Intel Optane memory (512 GB Intel® SSD + 32 GB Intel Optane memory for $130 more or 1TB SSD for $190 more for more storage space)
Full-size island-style ash silver keyboard (Backlit keyboard for $30 more)
802.11b/g/n (1×1) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 4.2 combo (802.11 ac/b/g/n for $5 more)
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can those tech savvy compare the laptops between this deal and the new one. need a new one but have no idea if specs are good enough as is.

https://www.dansdeals.com/shopping-deals/electronics/notebooks/hp-15-6%e2%80%b3-10th-gen-core-i7-256gb-ssd-laptop-499-99-480-black-friday-savings-399-99-chase-offers/

Windows 10 Home 64 (Pro for $70 more)
10th Gen Intel Core i7 1065G7 processor, 1.3 GHz, up to 3.9 GHz, 8 MB cache, 4 cores+Intel Iris Plus Graphics
12 GB RAM (16GB RAM for $40 more for even more speed)
15.6″ diagonal HD display (Touchscreen for $50 more or FHD for $60 more)
256 GB SSD storage+ 16 GB Intel Optane memory (512 GB Intel® SSD + 32 GB Intel Optane memory for $130 more or 1TB SSD for $190 more for more storage space)
Full-size island-style ash silver keyboard (Backlit keyboard for $30 more)
802.11b/g/n (1×1) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 4.2 combo (802.11 ac/b/g/n for $5 more)
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What's the 16gb optane memory?

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What's the 16gb optane memory?

Could anyone explain the difference between the NVME M.2 vs the vs the SSD + Optane.
Which one is better? and do any of these configurations allow an additional hard drive to be added?

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Could anyone explain the difference between the NVME M.2 vs the vs the SSD + Optane.
Which one is better? and do any of these configurations allow an additional hard drive to be added?

The NVME is way faster, and therefore preferable. In order to not loose that performance on startup, the optane version is like a small NVME so if you get a NVME you should be able to add a SSD, and if you order a SSD you should be able to add a NVME, although you may need to swap out the optane and reinstall Windows.

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Is this worth adding? For $82 and get 20% back with chase ink card.
 As well after 3 years if you never used it you can get back the full amount aside for taxes.
  It's insurance for 3 years, basically paying for the tax and you get 20% back so 3 year investment.

 You probably come out ahead after the 20% back from Chase.

https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-3-year-pickup-and-return-support-w-accidental-damage-protection-hp-15-17---pav-10-nb

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Does anyone think it's a good idea to get a laptop to resell it I have an extra chase offer

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is there a thread selling chase offers?

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is there a thread selling chase offers?
@TimT if not start one. Or specify for this specific offer.
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is there a thread selling chase offers?

Sounds like it would be a mess. What happens if the guy wants to return the laptop?

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Does anyone think it's a good idea to get a laptop to resell it I have an extra chase offer

I've been pondering this myself. The obvious place to sell it would be eBay, but on eBay these laptops routinely go for 40-50% off. Factor in eBay and shipping fees, and I don't expect to walk away with very much.

This listing just sold (not mine). https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-HP-15t-10th-Gen-Intel-i5-1035G1-3-6GHz-256GB-SSD-16GB-OPTANE-12GB-RAM/323993205608?hash=item4b6f7ffb68:g:5U0AAOSwnw5d3V~-

Even with the Chase offer I wouldn't expect a serious profit on this.


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Sounds like it would be a mess. What happens if the guy wants to return the laptop?
Same with an Amex offer.
 To bad on The guy returning it.
  It's worth the risk to save 186$.
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Same with an Amex offer.
 To bad on The guy returning it.
  It's worth the risk to save 186$.

Only Amex offers I've sold in the past were credits to cellular networks. Not the same as buying a product that can end up not suiting the needs of the purchaser, or break and need to be returned. That said, if someone wants to buy my offers, and is certain that they will not need to return this, I will be happy to sell.