Quote from: GeneralSoybeans on October 05, 2020, 15:14:19I just looked and Dell says 9310 is starting at $999.
"Hmmm, $1200 *starting* price sounds a bit high."
When you compare it to it's main competitor, the Dell XPS 13 or the 2-in-1, 1200 dollar starting price is actually lower.
Quote from: Abdul on October 03, 2020, 09:09:00
Why are all hp laptops so weak looking and their designs suck
Type 10 words and the keyboard starts crying for help..you can't bang it in frustration you can't can't play flip flop with the screen, can't hand it to your toddler as a toy for throwing around
These new laptops in general and hp in specific are lame and weak
What happened to sturdiness ??
Quote from: pierre on October 02, 2020, 12:25:48
Well this is so awesome! I was so looking for a 3:2 convertible!
And I was an inch from ordering the new xps 2-in-1, even if it had several issues : non-removable SSD, no USB-A, only 16:10 (which is better than any 16:9 but not as good as 3:2).
That really made my day. One hour more and I would have ordered the XPS as I have been waiting for the tiger lake updated version for few months. A bit more of waiting is totally worth it.
Only few things that I wished could be better :
- A slightly bigger screen. 14" like the matebook X pro. Or even 15".
- Another small thing is the keyboard layout. I like the fact there are two additional buttons on the arrows on the XPS 2-in-1 for pageup pagedown. There is actually a keyboard layout that I like even more, which can be found on some chinese laptop. It's one with 4 big arrows, the up taking some space on the shift key, and an additional row of keys on the right for home end pageUp PageDown.
- If the pen could be inside the laptop like the galaxy book flex. Even if the pen has to be small I think it's definitly worth it.
- I'm not a fan of the 'gem cut' design of the specter line. I actually really don't like it. I much prefer xps/galaxy book flex/inspirion/envy styles.
- SD card reader would have been nice addition.
- Thanks to the big width of the 3:2, they could have fit a bigger trackpad by moving the keyboard up. They could even put a second screen, like the asus screenpad. They could fit a big 7-8" 4:3 secondary display 'screenpad' Which would be really usefull vs the asus screenpads. Asus screenpad being only 5.5" and 16:9, their width is too small to really being usefull as secondary display.
Quote from: alessio.b87 on October 02, 2020, 16:34:00
No one says nothing about the really slow RAM? Dell and Lenovo put RAM 1000mhz faster. That is going to influence the iGPU performance quite a bit.