|Standing screen display size||14 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
HP Elitebook 840 G2 Ultrabook Laptop Intel Core i5 5300u 2.30Ghz 8Gb Ram 256Gb Solid State Drive SSD 14" HD USB 3.0 Display Port Webcam Windows 10 (Renewed)
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- There will be no visible cosmetic imperfections when held at an arm’s length.
- Products with batteries will exceed 80% capacity relative to new.
- Accessories may not be original, but will be compatible and fully functional. Product may come in generic box.
- This product comes with a 180-day supplier-backed warranty. See terms here.
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|Screen size||14 Inches|
|Human interface input||Microphone|
|Processor description||Intel Core|
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I bought this laptop for my son's TAFE course - not usually a fan of reconditioned tech, but had heard good things about Aus Computer Traders and decided the price looked good for the advertised specs.
Package arrived very quickly and laptop seemed in excellent condition. Unfortunately, the power charger / power connector seems to be faulty, and the battery will not charge. The laptop seems to run fine when connected to a power supply, but won't start/boot without the charger connected. Windows 10 reports that the battery is at 0% regardless of how long the laptop is connected to the mains.
I suspect either the batteries have reached critical charge level and cannot be recharged, a blown fuse, or the AC adapter is failing.
Hoping this is resolved soon, as I am surprised the laptop was shipped in this condition from a reputable dealer with an otherwise good reputation for QA.
Good to see good quality support still exists... a good and honest team there.