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This is one of the best laptops for students—and right now it’s $200 off

The HP Spectre x360 is one of the best laptops for students on the market.

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Among all our favorite ultrabooks and 2-in-1 laptops, the HP Spectre x360 stands out. Its stylish design, rock-solid speed, plethora of ports, tall display, 9-hour battery life and rich keyboard make it one of the best laptops we’ve seen all year. Best of all? It’s on sale right now, just in time for the new school year.

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The Spectre x360 14t usually starts at $1,369, but right now you can snag it for almost $200 off. At $1,199, the base model comes with 8GB of memory, 256GB of solid-state storage and a mid-range Intel Core i5 processor. It’s the perfect laptop for students who may need to take plenty of notes and for workers who need portability and power. 

The HP Spectre 14t features the premium design that we've come to expect from the Spectre series.

We love the Spectre x360 for many reasons. It’s an amazing laptop, but it’s also an excellent tablet thanks to its smooth 180-degree hinge and bright, vibrant 14-inch touchscreen. Maybe 2-in-1s are happy to stop here, but the HP Spectre x360 takes it a step further: its unique body boasts a display with a 3:2 height to width ratio and nearly no bezels, making it a productivity powerhouse for those that need screen real estate. It also has a springy keyboard and smooth, large trackpad that are both best-in-class.

When we brought it in for testing, one of our laptop experts boldly declared the laptop “set[s] a new bar for premium laptop design” thanks to its tall screen and unique body design. It's got plenty of power for most users, but the upgraded Intel Core i7 version is fantastic, as it’s fast enough to keep up with the Apple M1 MacBooks. 

If you want to grab the HP Spectre x360, you should act fast before it’s too late. The sale only lasts as long as units are available, so we recommend heading over to HP’s store ASAP.

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HP's latest Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptops feature 16-inch OLED displays

HP is again using OLED displays for its latest Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptops, but this time, you get a bit more screen for your money. The new HP Spectre x360 comes with an optional 16-inch, 16:10 4K OLED display — up from the 15.6-inch displays last year — delivering true VESA blacks with "100 percent color calibration," the company announced. 

The new model has an extra 22mm of viewing space compared to the previous models, while still offering fairly slim bezels all around with a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio. It's also available with a 3,072 x 1,920 IPS touchscreen, if budget is an issue. At the same time, you get a top-mounted 5-megapixel webcam with a physical shutter for privacy and Windows Hello support. It comes with HP's AI controls and "beauty mode" that can improve lighting and "touch up skin, teeth and eyes." 

HP's latest Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptops come with 16-inch OLED displays

It should have enough power to drive those features too, with an 11th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU and Intel Evo graphics, or an optional NDIVIDA GeForce RTX 3050 laptop GPU, along with 16GB of memory, 512GB PCIe NVMe storage and 32GB of Intel Optane memory. It also offers quad B&O speakers, up to WiFi 6E, a MicroSD card reader, two Thunderbolt 4 with 40Gbps speeds and USB Power Delivery USB4 Type-C ports, HDMI 2.0b, Bluetooth 5.2 and 17 hours of battery life. The HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 arrives in the fall at HP.com or Best Buy starting at $1,639, but expect to pay more for the OLED 4K model. 

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Two-minute review

What was already an amazing laptop has been made better with the HP Spectre x360 (2021). In last year’s HP Spectre x360 model, portability was effortlessly married with power for one of the best laptops we’ve come across. And, with the inclusion of Intel Evo certification in the 2021 model, that computing experience is even better.

The newest Spectre has to meet certain requirements for that certification that results in an improvement in not just performance but design as well. Its battery life is excellent, managing to last almost 13 hours on the intensive PCMark 10 battery life test and proving that a Windows 10 laptop can compete with Chromebooks and MacBooks in that regard. Additionally, it boots up lightning fast and can even do some casual gaming.

However, it does have some flaws. For example, because of its 360-degree hinge, you can use the HP Spectre x360 (2021) in tablet mode. But, it’s rather unwieldy and bulky in its tablet form. While it’s a nice feature to have, if you’re in the market for a laptop that you’ll use just as often in tablet mode, we’d recommend looking at something like the Surface Pro 7 or iPad, which are thin and light tablets that can be used with keyboards.

Our other issue is that the fans become quite loud when you’re using the laptop – and, on occasion, even when you’re not. A few times we heard the fans kick even when the HP Spectre x360 (2021) was closed. It’s the one area of the design of the HP Spectre x360 (2021) that doesn't feel completely premium.

Aside from those issues, this is a supremely accomplished laptop that’s great for day-to-day use, including work. However, with starting prices of $1,349/£1,199/AU$3,339 (various markets have different starting configurations), it's pricey. If you have the budget for it, though, you won’t be disappointed.

Spec sheet

Here is the HP Spectre x360 (2021) configuration sent to TechRadar for review: 

CPU: 2.8GHz Intel Core i7-1165G7 (quad-core, 8MB Intel Smart Cache, up to 4.7GHz with Turbo Boost)
Graphics: Intel Iris Xe (integrated)
RAM: 16GB LPDDR4 (3200MHz)
Screen: 13.3-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) touch
Storage: 512GB SSD (PCIe, NVMe, M.2)
Ports: 1x USB-A 3.1, 2x USB-C with Thunderbolt 4, microSD card reader, combi audio jack
Connectivity: Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2), Bluetooth 5
Camera: HP TrueVision HD 1080p IR Webcam
Weight: 2.8 pounds (1.3kg)
Size: 12.08 x 7.66 x 0.67 inches (30.6 x 19.45 x 1.69cm; W x D x H)

Price and availability

The HP Spectre x360 (2021) is available in a variety of configurations and prices. Prices start at $1,149.99 in the US, for a model with an Intel Core i5 -1135G7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.

In the UK, the base model costs £1,199.99 and comes with an Intel Core i5 -1135G7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD.

Then there’s a version with an Intel Core i7 -1165G7 processor, 16GB of R AM and a 512GB SSD, which is the version on review here. It costs $1,349.99/£1,399.99.

There's also a model with the same CPU and RAM, but with a 1TB SSD and a 4K OLED screen for £1,699.99.

In addition, the HP Spectre x360 (2021) comes with various screen sizes: 13 inches (the version we’re testing), 15 inches, and 13.5 inches (which has a taller 16:10 aspect ratio).

In Australia, you can get the 13-inch model with an Intel Core i7-1165G7, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD for AU$3,399. It's also available with the Core i7, 16GB of RAM, a 4K OLED screen and a 2TB SSD for AU$4,599.

Like models in the UK and US, there are numerous configurations available, including models with 14-inch and 15-inch screen sizes.

So, as you can see, there's plenty of choice available for those in the market for a new HP Spectre x360 – but we'd hesitate to say there's a model for every budget. Even the cost of the base models exceed those of many other laptops. This is a seriously premium laptop – which means it needs to work hard to justify its high price.

Design

With a premium price you expect a premium design, and HP certainly delivers with the HP Spectre x360 (2021). To be honest, we never had any doubt that it would; the previous model was one of the nicest-looking laptops we've had the pleasure of reviewing.

So, it comes as little surprise that the new model is yet another gorgeous laptop from HP. Design-wise, the HP Spectre x360 (2021) is basically identical to the previous model  – which is no bad thing, considering how impressed we were with its looks.

The HP Spectre x360 (2021) arrives with a brushed-metal design that's available in several color combinations. The 360-degree hinge, which allows the screen to flip back completely, turning the HP Spectre x360 (2021) into a tablet-like device, feels solid and reliable. The right-hand side is engraved with the word ‘Spectre’ – a nice touch that further cements the HP Spectre x360 (2021)’s overall premium feel.

In terms of connections, you get an audio-in jack and full-size USB port on the right (the inclusion of a full-size USB port is a nice touch for such a thin and light laptop), plus two USB-C ports, a microSD port and a physical webcam kill switch on the left.

The latter allows you to turn off the webcam when it isn't in use; it's a great feature for people concerned about their privacy. It’s definitely a big selling point, and that – along with the full-size USB port and microSD slot – show that it is possible for a thin and light laptop to incorporate multiple connections without compromising design. It certainly puts the two USB-C ports of the MacBook Air (M1, 2020) and MacBook Pro 13-inch (M1, 2020) to shame.

Open up the HP Spectre x360 (2021) and you’re presented with a bright and vibrant screen, surrounded by extremely thin bezels. This gives the device a modern look, while keeping the overall size of the laptop down. It’s another case of a Windows 10 laptop looking more stylish than an Apple MacBook – something both HP and Intel will be pleased to learn, and is yet another reason for Apple to consider updating its MacBook designs.

The keyboard is large and enjoyable to use, with the keys offering decent travel. They’re also backlit, so you can comfortably use them in the dark.

The touchpad is nice and responsive. It's wider than you’d expect on a 13-inch laptop, providing a bit more room to move your fingers. There’s also a fingerprint scanner to the right of the touchpad for logging into Windows 10.

Similar to HP's provision of ports, the company has found a way of cramming a large keyboard and trackpad into a small body. It’s a seriously impressive design feat, and means the HP Spectre x360 (2021) doesn’t only look good, it feels good to use as well.

Flipping the screen entirely back, using the HP Spectre x360 (2021) as a tablet-like device, the large touchscreen works well. However, while this is a thin and light laptop, compared to tablets such as the iPad, the HP Spectre x360 (2021) actually feels heavy and bulky. Having the option to use the laptop in this way is certainly welcome, but it isn't an ideal replacement for a standard tablet. The HP Spectre x360 (2021) is far more successful as a laptop.

Benchmarks

Here’s how the HP Spectre x360 (2021) performed in our suite of benchmark tests:

Cinebench R20: 1,430 points
GeekBench 5: 1,317 (single-core); 4,541 (multi-core)
PCMark 10 (Home Test): 4,721 points 
PCMark 10 Battery Life: 12 hours 52 minutes 
Battery Life (TechRadar movie test): 11 hours 22 minutes

Performance

The biggest upgrade on the HP Spectre x360 (2021) over the previous model are its components and performance, with the laptop being a showcase for Intel’s latest mobile processors.

The review unit we were sent in for review features an Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor. This is a quad-core unit that can achieve boost speeds of up to 4.70GHz, which marks a decent leap over the Intel Core i7-1065G7 (the previous generation CPU) included in last year’s model.

As you can see in our Cinebench and Geekbench results, the new HP Spectre x360 (2021) delivers a lift in performance compared to last year’s model, with a single-core score of 1,317 compared to the previous model’s 1,259. It isn't a huge leap, but it’s an increase nonetheless. The Intel Core i7-1065G7 was a pretty great mobile processor anyway, so it’s good that Intel has built on its solid foundation.

Overall, as a result of the new CPU, along with a hefty 16GB of RAM, the HP Spectre x360 (2021) is a great little performer, with Windows 10 feeling fast and responsive. Multi-tasking, with numerous apps open at once, alongside plenty of Edge tabs too, didn’t really serve to slow down the HP Spectre x360 (2021)’s performance, either.

For day-to-day use, then, the HP Spectre x360 (2021) delivers the sort of performance you'd expect of a premium laptop at this price point. You certainly won’t be disappointed.

However, one of the biggest upgrades to come alongside the new Tiger Lake CPUs such as the Intel Core i7-1165G7 is the inclusion of Intel Iris Xe graphics. This is an integrated GPU that promises to offer vastly improved performance compared to previous integrated graphics, and could even rival some discrete GPUs.

While the HP Spectre x360 (2021) certainly isn't a gaming laptop, it could feasibly run some PC games that other thin and light laptops would struggle to run. While Cyberpunk 2077 at full graphical settings isn't on that list, Intel has claimed it could play GTA 5 at over 60fps, while esports games such as Rocket League, League of Legends and CS:GO – which are less graphically demanding, but require fast performance – could be playable.

So, of course, we attempted to play a few games on the HP Spectre x360 (2021). As we've mentioned, this definitely isn't a gaming laptop, but we wanted to see if it would be possible to play games at the end of the day, when you want to unwind after a hard day at work.

The answer is: sort of. Total War: Three Kingdoms managed only 30fps on low settings. Anything more demanding was unplayable. We also fired up Ori and the Will of the Wisps – a visually stunning 2D platform game, which despite looking great, is less taxing than a lot of other modern games. Unfortunately, we had to drop graphical settings to low, and scale down the resolution, to achieve smooth gameplay. As such, while it was possible to play modern games such as Ori and the Will of the Wisps, it was only with big sacrifices to graphical fidelity. So, don’t give up the day job, HP Spectre x360 (2021).

One thing to note, is that even while performing relatively low-powered tasks, such as downloading an app, the fans of the HP Spectre x360 (2021) will kick in. In a way, it’s understandable, since this is a super-thin laptop that needs to keep its components cool. However, it proved annoying, and was in sharp contrast to the silent operation of the MacBook Air (M1, 2020), which has a fanless design.

Battery life

Sours: https://www.techradar.com/reviews/hp-spectre-x360-2021

HP Spectre review: The world's thinnest laptop is surprisingly powerful

While the 12-inch EliteBook Folio G1 is available with a 1080 or 4K touch screen (there's also an entry-level nontouch version), the much-buzzed-about 13-inch Spectre has only one display option, a 1,920x1,080 nontouch screen.

It's a trade-off, the company says, required to hit the Spectre's most noteworthy feature -- that it's the world's thinnest full-power laptop, at just 10.4mm thick. That's despite offering current-gen Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, rather than the lower-power Core M CPUs in the also-impressive HP EliteBook Folio G1 (and 12-inch Apple MacBook).

With a Core i7-6500U processor, 8GB of RAM and a decent 256GB SSD, the Spectre costs $1,249 in the US. A Core i5 version knocks the price down to $1,169. In the UK, configurations start at £1,149, and AU$2,299 in Australia. Whichever model you choose, just be ready to jump fully into the world of USB-C, the new multipurpose data, power and accessory connector. The Spectre has three USB-C ports along the back. All three can carry data or power, and the two center ones also act as Thunderbolt ports for high-speed data transfer.

HP Spectre

Price as reviewed$1,249
Display size/resolution13.3-inch 1,920 x 1,080 screen
PC CPU 2.5GHz Intel Core i7-6500U
PC memory 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,866MHz
Graphics 128MB Intel HD Graphics 520
Storage256GB SSD
Networking 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0
Operating system Windows 10 Home (64-bit)

Just how thin is the 10.4mm Spectre? Apple's aforementioned 12-inch MacBook and the recent Razer Blade Stealth are both around 13mm thick at their thickest parts, while a 13-inch Dell XPS 13 is about 15mm thick. Since the is tapered, it's slimmer in the front, thicker in the rear. Down at the 13mm-and-under level, the differences are more about bragging rights than anything else.

At 2.4 pounds (without its power cable), it's also very light, but not the lightest 13-inch laptop we've tested (that distinction may belong to the Lenovo LaVie). At the very bleeding edge of laptop design, you generally have to choose between thickness and weight, especially when trying to support full Core i-series processors. In this case, HP went for shaving millimeters from the chassis, at the expense of weight and features (such as touch and ports other than slim USB-C ones).

A bold color scheme also helps the Spectre stand out, ditching the usual silver and gray for a dark, smokey gray with gold accents. The entire hinge is a bright, jeweled gold, which just draws more attention to its unusual design (and which picks up fingerprints pretty easily). To avoid unnecessary bulk, the hinge has moved in from the very rear edge, and is instead inset by a tiny bit.

That hinge mechanism is aluminum, as is the laptop's lid, while the bottom panel is carbon fiber. HP says the mix of materials serves to give the Spectre the right balance between weight and stiffness, especially in the lid. After all, you don't want your very thin tech to feel flimsy and flex under the slightest touch.

Part of making the Spectre this thin was accomplished by flattening the battery into four separate cells that fit across much of the bottom footprint, rather than having to find space for one large battery. The heatsink has been moved off the CPU as well, and instead the Spectre uses small fans to pull air in through bottom vents and funnel it out through the rear. It's a version of a cooling scheme from Intel called hyperbaric cooling.

A surprisingly good keyboard

Compared with other very thin, very light laptops, such as the 12-inch MacBook, the keyboard on the HP Spectre really stands out as excellent. The keys are a little shallower than on a more full-size 13-inch laptop, such as HP's own Spectre x360, but this is still a standard island-style keyboard that doesn't have the learning curve of something like the very flat keys on the MacBook.

The glass touchpad is very good for a Windows laptop, but small enough that it makes you miss the ease of use that comes with a touchscreen in Windows 10. Apple may be able to get away with nontouch laptops, but easy, intuitive multitouch gestures for navigating and managing multiple apps and windows is something OS X (now MacOS) still has over Windows 10.

The only display option is a 1,920x1,080 full HD nontouch screen. This is an IPS display, which means it looks good from even extreme side angles, and the image was very bright and clear, if a little glossy.

Other slim laptops add higher resolutions and touch, and more options are always welcome. HP says it's to keep the lid as thin as possible, which includes a Gorilla Glass top layer over the display. Full HD resolution is perfectly fine for most 13-inch laptop users, and seeing 4K displays at this size is fun, but not always practical, especially considering the battery life cost of 4K.

Slim and speedy

If you've followed the ultrathin laptop market over the past couple of years, the specs inside the Spectre may come as a bit of a surprise -- this is a slim, premium laptop that doesn't rely on Intel's low-power Core M line of processors, as seen in products such as the 12-inch MacBook and Samsung Galaxy TabPro S. Instead, the Spectre uses current-gen mainstream Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, and more importantly, HP says the efficient cooling allows the CPUs to run at their full speed, rather than being underclocked, which sometimes happens when you try to put too much processor into too small a space.

In our Core i7 test system, the Spectre performed on par with other recent slim Core i7 laptops, all of which use some variation on the low-voltage Core i7-6500U processor from Intel. There's more than enough power under the hood for multitasking, playing HD video, and productivity apps, even all at the same time.

But many of the thinnest laptops use Core M CPUs instead, and two recent examples, the latest 12-inch MacBook and HP's EliteBook Folio, both ran slower in our tests. That said, the second generation of the Core M found in those systems is also perfectly fine for everyday use, even as a work computer.

With all those battery cells crammed in, it's not surprising that the Spectre has decent (but not great) battery life, running for 7:10 in our streaming-video playback test. Apple again throws off the curve, running for about three hours longer, but the Spectre still beats systems such as the EliteBook Folio and Razer Blade Stealth.

Conclusion

There are a lot of close contenders, but HP's Spectre takes the prize for being the world's thinnest laptop at just 10.4mm thick. To get it this thin, there are a couple of compromises. You had better be on board with USB-C, because that's all you get, and then there's the single full HD/nontouch display.

But, if you'd pick thin over touch, then the HP Spectre is already one of my top choices. It's a strong performer as well as a head-turner, and people passing by regularly asked to take a closer look at its unique design. Even better, the combo of a Core i7 CPU and a decent 256GB SSD is close to a bargain at $1,249 in the US, which is even less than the slower 12-inch MacBook.

Multimedia multitasking test 3.0

Dell XPS 13 (Gold Edition)466Razer Blade Stealth515HP Spectre563HP EliteBook Folio G1590Apple MacBook (12-inch, 2016)702

Geekbench 3 (Multi-core)

Dell XPS 13 (Gold Edition)7,236HP Spectre7,003Razer Blade Stealth6,874HP EliteBook Folio G16,595Apple MacBook (12-inch, 2016)5,879

Streaming video playback battery drain test

Apple MacBook (12-inch, 2016)608HP Spectre430HP EliteBook Folio G1401Dell XPS 13 (Gold Edition)311Razer Blade Stealth192

System configurations

HP SpectreMicrosoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit); 2.5HGz Intel Core i7-6500U; 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,866MHz; 128MB (dedicated) Intel HD Graphics 520; 256GB SSD
HP EliteBook Folio G1Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit); 1.2GHz Intel m7-6Y75; 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,866MHz; 128MB (dedicated) Intel HD Graphics 515; 256GB SSD
Apple MacBook (12-inch, 2016)Apple El Capitan OSX 10.11.4; 1.2GHz Intel Core m5-6Y54; 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,866MHz; 1,536MB Intel HD Graphics 515; 512GB SSD
Razer Blade StealthMicrosoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit); 2.5HGz Intel Core i7-6500U; 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,600MHz; 1024MB (dedicated) Intel HD Graphics 520; 256GB SSD
Dell XPS 13 (Gold Edition)Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit); 2.2HGz Intel Core i7-6560U; 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,600MHz; 128MB (dedicated) Intel Iris Graphics 540; 256GB SSD
Sours: https://www.cnet.com/reviews/hp-spectre-review/

Laptops spectre hp

HPSpectre x360 13.5" 2 in 1 Laptop - Intel® Core™ i7, 512 GB SSD, Black

Product code: 700456

product stickerHP Spectre x360 13.5" 2 in 1 Laptop - Intel® Core™ i7, 512 GB SSD, Black

Product features

  • Free Upgrade to Windows 11
  • Intel® Evo™ platform
  • Intel® Core™ i7-1165G7 Processor
  • RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 512 GB SSD
  • Full HD touchscreen

Product features

  • Free Upgrade to Windows 11
  • Intel® Evo™ platform
  • Intel® Core™ i7-1165G7 Processor
  • RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 512 GB SSD
  • Full HD touchscreen
Product information
Intel® Evo™ platform

Choose your new laptop with confidence. The Intel® Evo™ platform brings together premium technologies for an exceptional performance. The HP Spectre x360 13.5" 2 in 1 Laptop provides improved responsiveness, fast connectivity with Intel® WiFi 6 and a reliable battery life so you can work anywhere. All verified by Intel®.

2-in-1 design transforms from laptop to tablet


A 360-degree hinge lets switch the device from a laptop position into a more portable tablet-like form, so you've got the best of both worlds. In laptop mode it's easy to work on projects and edit documents. But if you're just browsing online or watching a show on the train, tablet mode has you covered.

Built for power

Powered by an 11th gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor, the HP Spectre x360 is perfect for multitasking. Able to handle any application, from video editing suites to CAD programs, itdelivers smooth performance no matter what you're working on.

A huge 11 hours of power lets you use your laptop for the entire day on a single charge. Work on your documents and spreadsheets or run draining software without any fear of a flat battery.

Fast loading times

Never worry about running out of space for your files, movies and music. The HP Spectre x360 has 512 GB of storage, so you're able to download freely and enjoy the same consistent performance. And because it's an SSD drive, your laptop will start up and load everything in a matter of moments.

There's added security features built in too - you can access your personal files safely with the fingerprint reader, and you can disable your webcam when you're not using it using the Webcam Kill Switch.

Get a free upgrade to Windows 11

Featuring an all new interface, improved Start menu and multi-tasking tools to enhance your productivity, Windows 11 is here. You'll get a free upgrade with this laptop.

Microsoft Office & internet security

If you use Word or PowerPoint all the time at work or school, you'll probably want it on your laptop at home. Click on the Bundles tab above for a great deal on Microsoft Office. Want to protect yourself against viruses? We've got you covered with deals on internet security too.

Please note: Specific timing for Windows 11 release will vary by device and certain features require specific hardware. Please see Microsoft website for details.

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The item must be returned in ‘as new condition’ – not used or installed, and in its original packaging. More on returns and refunds.

Order online and collect in store

Order & Collect ­­– The majority of our stores are now open and offering a collection service, allowing you to safely order online and collect from store contact-free.

Our stores with parking available can offer a Drive Thru collection experience using the parking bays clearly marked outside the store. Here’s how it works;

  • Once you’ve had confirmation your order is ready to collect, drive to the store.
  • When you’ve arrived, click on the link in your confirmation email to let our team know.
  • One of our colleagues will put your order in your car boot.

Stores, including those which DO NOT have parking outside, can still offer a safe Walk Up service. We have safety measures in place to keep you and our staff protected whilst you queue. Here’s how it works;

  • Once you’ve had confirmation your order is ready to collect, walk to store and head to the collection point.
  • When you’ve arrived, click on the link in your confirmation email to let our team know.
  • You’ll get a text when our colleague is preparing your order for collection.
  • Please remember to keep 2 metres away from our colleagues and other customers.

If the store already has stock of your item, you may be able to collect on the same day. If your store doesn’t have stock, we can get some in, but it may take a little longer. Don’t forget to wait for your ready to collect email and check store opening hours and whether the store can offer Drive Thru, Walk Up or both collection options before heading out.

We strongly recommend that you check whether you will be able to carry the item, or whether it will fit in your vehicle before placing your order.

Care services

Keep your amazing Tech amazing! Add Care & Repair and if your tech stops working, we'll fix it fast. If not, we'll replace it on request.

Your benefits include:

  • Breakdown support when you need it
  • 7 Day Fix Promise
  • Beyond repair? Get a Currys voucher for a new one
  • Ask for a new one – after your second repair
  • Don’t pay a penny more for parts, labour and callouts
  • Walk on working & Recycling (if we have to replace your product).
  • Always on hand - 24/7 support

Exclusions include:

  • Accidental Damage
  • Cosmetic Damage

Just add Care & Repair at the basket page or ask in-store for details; charges apply. Customers selecting a monthly Care & Repair Plan will have the payment debited from their chosen card every month.

See Important Information and Terms for more details on inclusions and exclusions for Care & Repair.

Compare prices of extended warranties for electrical goods at www.compareextendedwarranties.co.uk from any internet-enabled mobile device, smartphone, PC or laptop.

Creation - your plan Flexible credit you control

To spread the cost, pay with Your Plan, available at first on orders £99 and over. Exclusions apply. With this uniquely flexible credit option you can:

  • Shop on credit interest-free, with the cost spread over 24 monthly payments (0% APR)
  • Shop today with no deposit to pay
  • Pay everything off early at no extra cost
Plus once you've opened an account, you can use it to shop on credit in the future on purchases £99 and over. Exclusions apply.

Learn more

How to apply
If you’re buying this item online, you can apply for credit at checkout. Select delivery option at checkout, credit is currently unavailable on order & collect. Or if you’re planning on shopping in store, apply here.

Currys Group Limited acts as a credit broker and not a lender. Credit is provided by Creation Consumer Finance Ltd.
Both Currys Group Limited and Creation Consumer Finance Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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