Summary: Bought my HP Envy 15T last month on line. Took 2 weeks to finally get it. After setting up and getting familiar with Windows 8 (Tiles AND desktop, what's the point??), I was liking my touchscreen laptop. Then, less than 2 hours later, it told me I needed to plug it in. Wow, disappointment.
Summary: I like some things about this computer, like its looks and weight, but I find the trackpad position and sensitivity to be very disruptive. Quite often, some part of my hand will touch the trackpad and make the cursor jump to a different line, or increase or decrease the magnification on the screen.
Summary: This is coming from a person who uses computers every day for work. Sometimes I am on a MAC, most times on PC's. Various lap tops and Operating systems for over 15 years. I can tell you that this has been the most frustrating OS (Windows 8) and laptop design.
You get what you pay for. Good initial performance with a few small but annoying to me issues.
James D. Mcnair III, Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: This does well. The cursor can jump around because of accidentally touching the touch pad. Should read instructions how to use touch pad to reduce frustration. The up arrow key on mine sticks upon occasion after having 4 weeks. Lastly, not knowing if the num lock is on or off.
This pc has great specs and if you can get past the few annoyances it's a pretty decent laptop.
Paige J., Amazon
6 February 2015
Summary: I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with this laptop. Pros: Abundant space on hard drive, handles gaming like a boss, the cooling system works wonderfully, pretty good battery life, great for daily use, etc.
Summary: Save the anguish. Aside from dealing with 8.1 awe pain in my heart. You have to deal with this new HP keypad from Hell. It is hypersensitve , without looking down it is easy to miss the right click.