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HPE6-A15 Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional 6.5 (ACCP)

Exam ID : HPE6-A15
Exam Title : Aruba Certified Clearpass Professional 6.5
Exam type : Proctored
Exam duration : 1 hour 10 minutes
Exam length : 62 questions
Passing score : 75%
Delivery languages : English

The Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional V6.5 exam tests your ability to design and integrate networks that use ClearPass. Candidates will be tested on skills required to configure ClearPass for policy and guest management, posture, profiling, and onboarding.

Percentage of exam | Sections/Objectives
5% Intro to ClearPass
25% ClearPassfor AAA
6% External Authentication
23% Guest
17% Onboard
6% Endpoint Analysis
8% Posture
5% Operations and Admin Users
5% Clustering and Redundancy

The Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional (ACCP) V6.5 certification validates that you can design and integrate networks that use ClearPass products. This certification validates your ability to configure ClearPass for policy and guest management, posture, profiling, onboarding.
This certification verifies that you are able to:
• Scope ClearPass licensing requirements
• Configure ClearPass services, enforcement policies and enforcement profiles
• Integrate external servers with ClearPass products
• Monitor & Troubleshoot using the Access Tracker, Logging and Policy simulation
• Configure the Insight reporting tool, ClearPass Guest, MAC Caching, Posture, device profiling and onboarding
• Setup admin operations using TACACS+ with ClearPass
• Design & configure multiple-server ClearPass deployments including redundancy

This certification verifies that you are able to:
Scope ClearPass licensing requirements
Configure ClearPass services, enforcement policies and enforcement profiles
Integrate external servers with ClearPass products
Monitor & Troubleshoot using the Access Tracker, Logging and Policy simulation
Configure the Insight reporting tool, ClearPass Guest, MAC Caching, Posture, device profiling and onboarding
Setup admin operations using TACACS+ with ClearPass
Design & configure multiple-server ClearPass deployments including redundancy
Position yourself as a trusted team member who can contribute to the design and implementation of Authentication and policy enforcement using Aruba ClearPass Policy manager
Advance your career as an Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional (ACCP) who understands how to design and implement ClearPass for Mobile First Networking

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HP Spectre x360 13.5

MSRP $1,700.00

“The HP Spectre x360 13.5 has everything you could want in a high-end Windows convertible 2-in-1.”


  • Elegant aesthetic
  • Excellent productivity performance
  • Rock-solid build
  • Superior keyboard and touchpad
  • Stunning OLED display
  • Surprisingly good battery life


  • Creativity performance is lacking
  • Slightly expensive

The HP Spectre x360 has long been some of the best laptops over the years, especially in the category of convertible 2-in-1.

Last year’s 14-inch model, which was excellent, has now been rebranded as the Spectre x360 13.5, still carrying the same size screen but sporting a clean new design.

It’s a bit expensive, but it’s even more attractive this time around, a bonus to the improved performance and battery life. The competition has stiffened, but HP still managed to climb its way back to the top with its flagship.

Price and configurations

I reviewed a $1,700 configuration of the Spectre x360 13.5 with a Core i7-1255U and a 13.5-inch 3:2 3000×2000 OLED display.

The Spectre x360 13.5 is available in several configurations, starting at $1,200 for a Core i5-1235U CPU, 8GB of RAM, a 512GB PCIe 4.0 SSD, and a WUXGA+ (1920 x 1280) IPS touch display. At the high end, you’ll spend $1,840 for a Core i7-1255U, 16GB of RAM, a 2TB SSD, and a 13.5-inch 3:2 3K2K (3000 x 2000) OLED display. If you want the maximum RAM, a $1,780 configuration is available with a Core i7-1255U, 32GB of RAM, a 2TB SSD, and the WUXGA+ display.

I’m not sure why HP hasn’t enabled both the maximum RAM and the OLED display, and perhaps that’s something that will change. My review configuration was $1,700 for a Core i7-1255U, 16GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD, and the OLED display.

The most pertinent competitive laptop at around the same price is the Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7, although that 2-in-1 is heavily discounted and a few hundred dollars less than the Spectre. The Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7 is less expensive and offers the same CPU but, at the moment, no OLED display option.


HP Spectre x360 13.5 front angled view showing display and keyboard deck.
Mark Coppock/Digital Trends

The Spectre x360 14 featured HP’s dramatic gem-cut design with sharply angled edges and notches cut into the rear display and chassis corners. With its rose gold or copper accents, the 2-in-1’s aesthetic was a lovely laptop that stood apart from the crowd. HP scaled back that design with the Spectre x360 13.5, just like it did with the Spectre x360 16, rounding off and slimming the edges and toning down the extravagance. The chassis notches remain functional, with the left hosting the 3.5mm audio jack and the right a USB-C port for keeping the charging cable out of the way.

The result is a more refined look that’s just as elegant and distinctive but not as loud. The rounded edges are also a bit more comfortable to hold in tablet mode, although not as comfortable as the even more rounded edges of the Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7.

My review unit sported the Nightfall Black color with brass accents, with optional Natural Silver and Nocturne Blue color schemes with matching edges. In each case, the keyboard matches the primary color. The Spectre x360 13.5’s only aesthetic equals in the 14-inch 2-in-1 crowd are the Yoga 9i Gen 7 and Yoga 7i Gen7, which have rounded and sculpted chassis that are just as attractive in their own way. I’m not saying the rest of the field is boring, exactly, but none are as attractive as these three machines.

Constructed of CNC machined recycled aluminum, the Spectre x360 13.5 is rock-solid.

Constructed of CNC machined-recycled aluminum, the Spectre x360 13.5 is also rock-solid, with no bending, flexing, or twisting anywhere in the lid, keyboard deck, or bottom chassis. It joins the best-built laptops like the Dell XPS 13 and the Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7. The only laptop I’ve handled that truly feels more solid is the Apple MacBook Pro 14, and the difference is marginal. Unfortunately, the hinge is just the tiniest bit too stiff to open the lid with one hand, but it holds the display firmly in place in clamshell, tent, media, and tablet modes.

I include the Spectre x360 13.5 in the 14-inch category, but it could easily be lumped in with 13.3-inch laptops just as easily. With the taller display, though, it feels like a 14-inch machine, so that’s how I’m going to treat it. Thanks to narrow bezels and a 90% screen-to-body ratio, the Spectre x360 13.5 is a compact machine. Compared to the Yoga 9i Gen 7, the HP is almost an inch narrower and half an inch shallower, and it’s 0.67 inches thick and 3.01 pounds compared to the Yoga at 0.60 inches and 3.09 pounds.

The latest Dell XPS 13 is smaller, with the Spectre x360 13.5 being an inch wider and deeper. The XPS 13 is thinner at 0.58 inches and lighter at 2.8 pounds. That slots the Spectre x360 13.5 between the Yoga and XPS 13 in every dimension except thickness.

Ports and connectivity

The Spectre x360 13.5 has decent connectivity, with two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 support, a single USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 port, a microSD card reader, and a 3.5mm audio jack. That’s more than the typical 13-inch laptop but less than many 14-inch laptops that include an HDMI port. HP throws in a USB-C hub with two USB-A ports and an HDMI port, which is good to have, but it doesn’t substitute for built-in connections.

Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 provide the latest in wireless connectivity.


The lid of the HP Spectre x360 13.5.

HP opted for a lower-power CPU with the Spectre x360 13.5, specifically the 15-watt 10-core (two performance and eight Efficient), 12-thread Core i7-1255U with a Turbo Boost of 4.7GHz. The Core i5-1255U with a Turbo Boost of 4.4GHz is also available. My review unit equipped the Core i7-1255U, and it performed well compared to the other similarly equipped laptops we’ve reviewed. It was also a massive improvement over the 11th-gen Core i7-1165G7 in the Spectre x360 14. At the same time, unsurprisingly, the Spectre x360 13.5 wasn’t as fast as the Yoga 9i Gen 7 and Acer Swift 3 which were equipped with the 28-watt, 12-core (four Performance and eight Efficient), 16-thread Core i7-1260P.

I used the HP Command Center utility to test both balanced and performance modes. The utility made a significant difference in the CPU-intensive benchmarks, but I did notice that the fans were never extremely loud in either mode. HP updated the thermal design of the Spectre x360 13.5, including adopting new fans that were designed to produce less noise. They did the job. The laptop also didn’t throttle much in either mode, hitting 91 degrees C at most and spending the majority of time in the mid-70s. Given the thin chassis, I suspect HP tuned the machine to avoid generating too much heat, which likely limited performance a bit compared to laptops that are tuned to run hotter but throttle at the high end.

The Spectre x360 13.5 provided excellent productivity performance while running cool and quiet.

In the Geekbench 5 benchmark, the Spectre x360 13.5 fell behind the Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7 but was faster in multi-core than the Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1. It was well behind the Core i7-1260P machines and ahead of the Asus ZenBook S 13 OLED with a 28-watt, eight-core/16-thread AMD Ryzen 7 6800U. In our Handbrake test that encodes a 420MB video as H.265, the Spectre was the fastest among its peers and only slightly behind the higher-watt laptops (in performance mode). In Cinebench R23, the Spectre x360 13.5 was in line with its peers, again in performance mode but well behind the faster machines. Finally, in PCMark 10 Complete, which tests a variety of productivity, multimedia, and creative tasks, the Spectre was competitive with the rest of the comparison group.

Overall, the Spectre x360 13.5 provided excellent productivity performance while running cool and quiet, but as with other laptops with the same CPU, it fell behind in creative tasks. It’s significantly faster than Intel’s previous generation, though, and can tackle some lightweight creative work in a pinch. As we’ll see in the battery life section, the Spectre leveraged the lower-watt CPU’s efficiency better than the other laptops I’ve reviewed.

(single / multi)
Cinebench R23
(single / multi)
PCMark 10
HP Spectre x360 13.5
(Core i7-1255U)
Bal: 1,566 / 7,314
Perf: 1,593 / 7,921
Bal: 169
Perf: 120
Bal: 1,623 / 5,823
Perf: 1,691 / 7,832
HP Spectre x360 14
(Core i7-1165G7)
Bal: 1,214 / 4,117
Perf: N/A
Bal: 230
Perf: 189
Bal: 1,389 / 3,941
Perf: 1,404 / 4,847
Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7
(Core i7-1255U)
Bal: 1,652 / 8,194
Perf: 1,692 / 8,443
Bal: 200
Perf: 141
Bal: 1,679 / 7,176
Perf: 1,748 / 7,701
Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1
(Core i7-1255U)
Bal: 1,703 / 6,520
Perf: 1,685 / 6,791
Bal: 153
Perf: 141
Bal: 1,729 / 6,847
Perf: 1,773 / 7,009
Acer Swift 3 2022
(Core i7-1260P)
Bal: 1,708 / 10,442
Perf: 1,694 / 10,382
Bal: 100
Perf: 98
Bal: 1,735 / 9,756
Perf: 1,779 / 10,165
Lenovo Yoga 9i 14 Gen 7
(Core i7-1260P)
Bal: 1,717 / 9,231
Perf: 1,712 / 10,241
Bal: 130
Perf: 101
Bal: 1,626 / 7,210
Perf: 1,723 / 8,979
Asus ZenBook S 13 OLED
(Ryzen 7 6800U)
Bal: 1,417 / 6,854
Perf: 1,404 / 7,223
Bal: 112
Perf: 111
Bal: 1,402 / 8,682
Perf: 1,409 / 8,860

The Spectre x360 13.5 scored about as expected in the 3DMark Time Spy test, with its score in performance mode being at the top end of the class. Of course, the laptop is limited to Intel’s Iris Xe and won’t be able to play modern titles at anything except 1080p and low graphics. I couldn’t get Fortnite to install, so I couldn’t test the Spectre’s performance in our go-to game for integrated graphics. I’m sure, though, that it wouldn’t have performed any better than other Iris Xe machines.

Time Spy
(1080p/1200p Epic)
HP Spectre x360 13.5
(Intel Iris Xe)
Bal: 1,582
Perf: 1,815
HP Spectre x360 14
(Intel Iris Xe)
Bal: 1,457
Perf: 1,709
Bal: 19
Perf: 23
Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7
(Intel Iris Xe)
Bal: 1,790
Perf: 1,716
Bal: 18
Perf: 18
Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1
(Intel Iris Xe)
Bal: 1,492
Perf: 1,502
Bal: 12 fps
Perf: 12 fps
Acer Swift 3 2022
(Intel Iris Xe)
Bal: 1,967
Perf: 1,967
Bal: 19
Perf: 19
Lenovo Yoga 9i 14 Gen 7
(Intel Iris Xe)
Bal: 1,658
Perf: 1,979
Bal: 12 fps
Perf: N/A
Asus ZenBook S 13 OLED
(Radeon graphics)
Bal: 2,110
Perf: 2,213
Bal: 19 fps
Perf: 19 fps

Display and audio

The display of the HP Spectre x360 13.5.

As usual, the Spectre x360 13.5’s 13.5-inch 3:2 OLED display was gorgeous from the second I fired it up. It’s sharp enough at a resolution of 3000 x 2000 and colorful and bright with deep, inky blacks. HP also offers a WUXGA+ (1920 x 1280) IPS display and a WUXGA+ display with HP’s privacy screen.

My colorimeter loved this display. It was bright at 380 nits, above our 300-nit standard, and bright enough for any indoor setting. Its colors were wide at 100% of sRGB and 97% of AdobeRGB and incredibly accurate with a DeltaE of 0.61 (1.0 or less is indistinguishable to the human eye). And its contrast hit the OLED standard at 28,230:1. The three OLED displays in the comparison group were almost equal in quality, with the Spectre having the widest and most accurate colors.

Whether you’re doing productivity work, binging Netflix, or working with images and video, you’ll love this display. And it’s not just the brightness, colors, and contrast but also the aspect ratio, which at 3:2 is the closest to a physical piece of paper in portrait mode and thus optimal for tablet use.

Contrast sRGB gamut AdobeRGB gamut Accuracy DeltaE
(lower is better)
HP Spectre x360 13.5
380 28,230:1 100% 97% 0.61
Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7
321 1,380:1 99% 80% 1.89
Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7
406 28,380:1 100% 95% 0.87
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 7
386 1,900:1 100% 81% 0.78
MSI Summit E14 Flip
516 1,320:1 100% 89% 1.10
Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon
397 27,590:1 100% 96% 0.88

Four downward-firing speakers provide plenty of volumes, with crisp and clean mids and highs. There’s not a lot of bass, and so the Spectre x360 13.5’s audio can’t keep up with the best around, Apple’s MacBooks. Still, the audio is good enough for binging Netflix and listening to the occasional tune. Of course, audiophiles will still prefer a good pair of headphones.

Keyboard and touchpad

The keyboard of the HP Spectre x360 13.5.

HP’s Spectre line has long offered some of the best keyboards in Windows laptops, with only Apple’s latest MacBook Pro Magic Keyboard being better. That remains true with the Spectre x360 13.5, although the keyboard isn’t exactly the same as previous models.

Interestingly, HP dropped the convenient row of navigation keys along the right-hand side, which I miss, but I appreciate the extra key spacing. The keycaps are also large, making for a very efficient layout. As before, the switches are light and snappy with a precise bottoming action. It’s one of the most comfortable keyboards I’ve used for long typing sessions. One nit to pick is that HP dropped the right Ctrl key in favor of a fingerprint reader.

The touchpad is large and takes up most of the space on the palm rest, which is larger than usual thanks to the taller 3:2 display. The touchpad surface is smooth and provides a precise surface for Windows 11’s multitouch gestures, and the buttons have a nice click without being too loud. Outside of Apple’s Force Touch touchpad or Dell’s haptic touchpad on the XPS 13 Plus, it’s one of the best touchpads you’ll find.

The display is touch-enabled, of course, and supports HP’s active pen that’s included in the box. I found the pen’s Windows Ink support to be excellent thanks to 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity and tilt support, and it conveniently attaches magnetically to the right side of the display. The pen charges via USB-C, which is another convenience.

Windows 11 Hello passwordless login is supported by an infrared camera, facial recognition, and the fingerprint reader mentioned previously. Both methods worked quickly and reliably.


HP Spectre x360 13.5 front view showing webcam.
Mark Coppock/Digital Trends

HP has outfitted the Spectre x360 13.5 with a 5MP webcam that provides a high-resolution image, and several software tools optimize the videoconferencing experience. HP Presence provides Auto Frame to keep the user’s face in view as they move around the office during a call, Backlight Adjustment that ensures consistent lighting no matter the ambient environment, and Appearance Filter that smooths out blemishes that other webcams might highlight. Several audio enhancements also Improve the experience, including directional beamforming mics and bi-directional AI noise reduction.

There’s a key to electronically close a physical shutter over the webcam, along with a key to turn off the microphones. That provides for some extra privacy.

Battery life

HP Spectre x360 13.5 side view showing angle and port.
Mark Coppock/Digital Trends

The Spectre x360 13.5 has 66 watt-hours of battery capacity, a slight decrease from the previous generation’s 67 watt-hours. That’s a fair amount, more than the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 7’s 57 watt-hours but less than the Yoga 9i Gen 7’s 75 watt-hours. Both the Spectre and Yoga 9i used power-hungry OLED displays, and so I was looking forward to seeing if HP managed to exploit the lower-watt CPU’s presumed efficiency advantage.

According to our suite of benchmarks, HP did something right — the Spectre x360 13.5 lasted surprisingly long in our suite of battery tests. Looking back at the performance section, it’s clear that HP tuned the laptop to run more efficiently in balanced mode at the expense of performance. That’s a reasonable tradeoff, with the Spectre being more than fast enough for typical productivity tasks while achieving excellent battery life.

In our web browsing test, for example, it lasted for 10 hours, which is an excellent score, particularly for a laptop with an OLED display. The Spectre made it to 11 hours in the PCMark 10 Applications battery test, which is the best predictor of battery life running a typical (i.e., non-demanding) productivity workflow. And in our video test that loops a local 1080p movie trailer, it lasted for 14 hours, another strong showing given the OLED display. The only laptop in our comparison group that competed with the Spectre x360 13.5 in all but the web browsing test, where it was almost three hours behind, was the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 7, and it benefitted from a low-power Full HD+ IPS display.

You don’t often get OLED quality and long battery life, but the Spectre x360 13.5 delivers. You should be able to work for a full day of typical productivity tasks and maybe even have a little time left over.

Web browsing Video PCMark 10
HP Spectre x360 13.5
(Core i7-1255U)
9 hours, 58 minutes 13 hours, 59 minutes 10 hours, 52 minutes
HP Spectre x360 14
(Core i7-1165G7)
6 hours, 57 minutes 10 hours, 16 minutes 9 hours, 8 minutes
Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7
(Core i7-1255U)
7 hours, 7 minutes 13 hours, 53 minutes 10 hours, 41 minutes
Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1
(Core i7-1255U)
6 hours, 42 minutes 10 hours, 6 minutes 8 hours, 43 minutes
Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7
(Core i7-1260P)
6 hours, 57 minutes 10 hours, 16 minutes 9 hours, 8 minutes
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 7
(Core i7-1260P)
10 hours, 10 minutes 16 hours, 12 minutes 10 hours, 33 minutes
 Asus Zenbook S 13 OLED
(Ryzen 7 6800U)
8 hours, 4 minutes 13 hours, 13 minutes N/A

Our take

The Spectre x360 13.5 is precisely what HP needed to produce to follow up on the success of the Spectre x360 14. The new 2-in-1 is faster, offers significantly better battery life, has a more refined look, and retains the excellent keyboard and touchpad of the previous model.

I’m giving the Spectre x360 13.5 a 9/10 score, one notch less than the Spectre x360 14, not because the update isn’t as good. It’s because the competition has gotten so much better. HP’s latest regains its spot as the best convertible 2-in-1, but the gap between it and the next best isn’t quite so large.

Are there any alternatives?

The strongest alternative is the Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7. It’s just as good-looking, as well built, and slightly faster. But its battery life isn’t nearly as good, and its keyboard and touchpad are a step behind. It’s a little less expensive, though, and so makes for a solid choice.

If you don’t need a 2-in-1, then Dell’s new XPS 13 Plus is an attractive option. It’s faster and enjoys its own stunning new design, incorporating innovations like an excellent haptic touchpad. You’ll spend about the same money and get a clamshell that’s among the best available today.

My final recommendation is the Apple MacBook Air M2. It’s equally solid, if not slightly more so, it offers better performance and battery life, and its display is excellent even if not quite up to OLED standards. You’ll spend around the same money, and the MacBook is a compelling alternative if you’re okay with MacOS.

How long will it last?

The Spectre x350 13.5 is incredibly well-built and will last for years, which its modern components will also support. The industry-standard one-year warranty is a disappointment, as always.

Should you buy it?

Yes. Solid productivity performance and excellent battery life in a nicely sized, thin and light 2-in-1 with a spectacular OLED display — what’s not to like?

Editors' Recommendations

Sun, 07 Aug 2022 23:30:00 -0500 Mark Coppock en text/html https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/hp-spectre-x360-13-5-review/
Killexams : The 16 Best Laptop Sales And Deals To Shop Just In Time For Back-To-School Season

Whether you’re seeking a new PC, Chromebook or MacBook, back-to-school season yields some of the best laptop deals of the year. As school becomes increasingly high-tech, students of all ages are on the hunt for a reliable computer that’ll help them reach the top of the class. And in response, major retailers are rolling out sales on everything from budget laptops to gaming rigs suitable for both work and play.

This week, the best laptop deals range from a $90 Lenovo Chromebook to an all-time low price on a 16-inch MacBook M1 Pro. We’ve also rounded up a selection of retailers offering some of the best laptop sales at the moment, featuring discounts as high as 50% off.

Retailers With The Best Laptop Sales This Week

Amazon: Find a wide selection of laptops on sale for under $500 from brands such as Acer, HP and Lenovo.

HP: The HP Back-to-School Sale cuts up to 77% off laptops. The retailer is also offering free gifts and additional savings on some models.

Samsung: Save up to $400 on select laptops at Samsung this week.

Best Buy: Save up to $350 on bestselling MacBooks, PC laptops and Chromebooks at Best Buy right now.

B&H Photo: This specialty retailer is offering hundreds of dollars off select Apple MacBooks along with deep discounts on top Windows laptops.

Dell: A number of XPS and Inspiron models are discounted up to 34% off at Dell. Plus, some deals include six months of free access to Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+.

Microsoft: Take up to $500 off select Microsoft Surface laptops and bundles.

Newegg: New and refurbished laptops are discounted up to 40% off during Newegg’s Back-to-School Sale.

Walmart: Rollbacks include Chromebooks from $98 and budget laptops from $179.

The Best Laptop Deals Happening Right Now

This Capable Lenovo Chromebook Is Under $100

This Lenovo Chromebook 3 is ideal for light computing and basic web browsing—perfect for kids or older folks who don’t need a loaded machine. Contained within its sleek 2.42-pound, 0.67-inch chassis are an Intel Celeron CPU, 64GB eMMC flash memory and 4GB RAM. It also boasts up to 10 hours of battery life so you can get a full day’s use out of it. Best of all, it’s on sale for just $89 after a $129 discount during Best Buy’s Back-to-School Sale.

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Score This Stunning ASUS VivoBook For $140 Off

This well-rated mid-range ASUS laptop is at its all-time lowest Amazon price and $60 cheaper than the next best deal we can find for it elsewhere. Under the hood are an 11th-gen Intel Core i5 quad-core CPU with integrated Iris Xe graphics, 8GB RAM and a 512GB SSD. It also features AI noise-canceling technology that filters background sounds so you’ll be heard loud and clear during online meetings and class sessions. It’s nice to look at as well, thanks to a gorgeous near bezel-less 14-inch FHD display.

Here’s An Apple M1 MacBook Pro At Its Lowest Price Ever

This is the lowest price we’ve seen for the Apple M1 MacBook Pro 16-inch, which was just released last October. Power users who work extensively in graphic design or video production will benefit from Apple’s signature M1 chip, which boasts a 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU. There’s also 16GB RAM, a 512GB SSD, 16-inch Liquid Retina XDR display and multiple connectivity ports including ThunderBolt 4 and HDMI. An impressive battery life (up to 21 hours) means you can take it on the road and not have to worry much about finding a power supply. In addition to a $300 discount, Best Buy is also throwing in six months of Apple Music free for new or returning subscribers.

Take $700 Off A Sleek 2-In-1 Laptop With Max 20-Hour Battery

The stylish MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo weighs a featherlight 2.9 pounds and has a max battery life of up to 20 hours, making it a great choice for people who travel often and college students trekking across campus. The 16:10 13.4-inch FHD touchscreen rotates a full 360 degrees so you can also use it as a tablet, with a built-in MSI Pen for easy note taking. Rounding out the specs are an 11th-gen. Intel Core i7 quad-core CPU, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD (which can be expanded via the hidden SD slot). Regularly $1,599, Newegg is currently slashing the price to $899 ($700 off).

Save Up To $340 On A Surface Pro 8 & Keyboard Bundle

Microsoft offers savings when you bundle its Surface Pro 8 2-in-1 laptop with a Surface Pro Keyboard, which typically retails for $90 on its own. Currently, the largest discount is for the base model Surface Pro 8, which comes with an Intel Core i5 quad-core processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. You can opt to upgrade to a larger hard drive or the newest Intel Evo CPU and still save $250. Either way, it’s a solid deal if you want to get your new Surface Pro with a brand-new keyboard in one fell swoop.

This Bestselling Gaming Laptop Is $500 Off At Newegg

The most popular gaming laptop at Newegg is currently the Gigabyte Aorus 15P, and it’s on sale for $1,400 after a $500 discount. If you’re one to work by day and game by night (or vice versa), the 15P has you covered with an 11th-generation Core i7 8-core CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics, 16GB RAM and 1TB Gen4 SSD. It’s quite light for a gaming system, too, weighing just under five pounds so lugging it to the classroom or office won’t be a total ordeal. Also notable here is Microsoft Azure AI support, which will automatically calibrate the GPU and CPU for optimal performance of your favorite PC games.

Get A Sleek Yet Powerful HP Envy x360 For Under $1,000

The HP ENVY x360 boasts incredible performance whether you need it for Zoom meetings, digital art projects or endless essays. Right now, Best Buy is taking $300 off the 14-inch version of the touchscreen laptop, which features 12th-generation Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD. According to customer reviews, it’s a great option for college students and those who want a fast computer that can handle basic browsing, streaming and gaming needs.

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Killexams : Grab a refurbished 2021 HP Elitebook *and* a lifetime license for Microsoft Office for $500

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: As of July 24, you can get an HP EliteBook 840G4 (Refurbished) + Microsoft Office Professional 2021 Lifetime License for Windows(opens in a new tab) for just $499.99 instead of $919 — that's a 45% discount.

Shopping for a new computer can be an expensive ordeal, but it might be a little cheaper if you stopped looking for 'in-store new' and started looking for something new-to-you. This refurbished HP EliteBook(opens in a new tab) works and looks like new and was made in 2021. Plus, it comes with a Lifetime License for Microsoft Office Professional 2021 for Windows, and all of it together is only $499 (Reg. $919). 

Get the computer and the software to immediately make it useful. This HP EliteBook comes with Windows 10 Pro and has an i5-7200 Processor. Pair that with a 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM and you have a still-modern machine that should be able to run most apps and games with little issue, though it may slow down if you’re using a CPU-intensive app like rendering a video

Though the Intel HD 620 GPU should be serviceable for most day-to-day computing, unfortunately, it cannot be upgraded on this machine because it’s integrated. However, other quality-of-life amenities are included. You can connect to the internet through WiFi or ethernet cable. The 14-inch display is touchscreen-enabled, and the battery is built to last for up to 12 hours on a full charge. 

When you get a new computer, often it may feel like a blank slate before you start adding on your favorite software. This bundle can help you get to work immediately with a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Professional 2021. This suite of apps includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access. If you’re grabbing this laptop for work or school, that may even be all you need. Compose documents, organize and present data, share information, and keep your thoughts organized with these eight apps that are yours for life. 

Need a new computer at a refurbished price tag? Get this HP EliteBook 840G4 (Refurbished) + Microsoft Office Professional 2021 Lifetime License for Windows(opens in a new tab) on sale for $499.99 (Reg. $919). 

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Killexams : HP Anyware comes out of beta

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Killexams : Hands-on look at the new Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop

One of the standout products at the Huawei Smart Office launch this week was the MateBook X Pro – a cutting edge new laptop that offers not only a slick design and performance – but several unique features as well.

Huawei is not usually front of mind when customers think of laptops, but the company has made significant inroads in accurate years with excellent design and the addition of sensible features that a customer can really use.

We’ve be writing about and reviewing Huawei’s laptops over the years, and they are playing in the same ballpark as other Windows laptops from Lenovo, HP, Dell, ASUS and Acer in terms of design, performance, features and value.

Tech Guide took a hands-on look at the Huawei MateBook X Pro at the launch event in Bangkok.

From the first time you touch it feel a little different. It has a soft touch despite being made from magnesium alloy rather than the traditional anodised aluminium.

Huawei calls this “skin soothing” material which is achieved with a special polymer to give it that soft feel.

At the launch event the only colour we saw was ink blue, but Huawei says the MateBook X Pro will also be available in white.

It weighs just 1.26kg and has a 14.2-inch display with 92.5 per cent screen-to-body ratio thanks to the super thin bezels.

The screen has a 3120 x 2080 resolution and 264ppi (pixels per inch) so photos and video and all your document are razor sharp.

And with a 90Hz refresh rate, videos look slick and smooth.

The Real Colour FullView 3.1K Display is also the world’s first to have Eye Comfort 3.0 certification by TUV Rheinland.

And the Nano Optical AR layer radically reduces reflections by up to an impressive 60 per cent so you can clearly see the screen anywhere, inside and out.

The Huawei MateBook X Pro is powered by the 12th Gen Intel Core processor and has the Huawei Shark Fin Fan Cooling system which offers 30W of smart thermal control.

The Huawei MateBook X Pro also introduced Super Turbo – which optimised performance by bring the software and hardware together in a way that offers not only high speeds and smoother operation but also power efficiency.

So things like video rendering, code compilation and GPU usage during a video call are improved by 34 per cent, 20 per cent and 50 per cent respectively compared to the previous model.

One of our favourite new features is Smart Interactions which makes use of the touchpad to adjust settings and perform simple tasks.

For example, if you swipe the upper edge you can forward through a video, swipe up the right edge to increase volume, swipe on the left edge to adjust screen brightness, knock the touchpad with your knuckle to take a screen shot and press the upper left corner to close a window.

And there are also AI gestures so you can swipe your hand up and down in mid-air to move through the pages of a document, swipe left and right to fast forward a video and air press with your hand to play and pause a video.

With all the remote conferencing we’re doing nowadays, the MateBook X Pro can be used to give a presentation with four microphones placed on the front edge so you can be clearly heard if you’re up to 5m away from the computer.

The AI camera also has face tracking, so you are always positioned in the centre of the screen.

Speaking of audio, there are six speakers onboard which offer excellent sound when watching a movie or listening to music.

The Huawei MateBook X Pro will be available in Australia in the coming months.

Stay tuned for a complete review on Tech Guide when the Huawei MateBook X Pro is released.

* Stephen Fenech travelled to Bangkok as a guest of Huawei

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Killexams : Here's How HP Recycles Its Ink Cartridges - And Works on Climate Pledges

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James McCall, left, and Kai Ryssdal stand next to one of the hundreds of boxes filled with used HP ink cartridges. (Andie Corban/Marketplace)

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The reconciliation package moving through Congress includes $369 billion to fight climate change, and Senate Democrats’ summary of the deal says it would put the United States on a path to cut around 40% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

Much of corporate America has made climate pledges over the past few years as well. “Marketplace” host Kai Ryssdal recently went to Tennessee for a behind-the-scenes look at how HP, one of the world’s biggest computer and printer makers, is working to meet its sustainability targets. HP has a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 across its value chain — that’s the supply chain from start to finish, including emissions from product use at home by the consumer.

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On the day of the visit, there were more than 4 million used ink cartridges in the La Vergne facility. (Andie Corban/Marketplace)

Chief Sustainability Officer James McCall gave Ryssdal a tour of the HP ink cartridge recycling facility run by Sims Lifecycle Services in La Vergne, Tennessee. The 80,000-square-foot facility is one way HP is working toward another climate goal: circularity.

“The way that we think about it is anything that’s coming from a recycled source or a renewable source or getting a second life,” McCall said. “So these ink cartridges, what we want is to take this plastic and turn it back into the next device.”

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