Reviews and Problems with HP Envy M6 Ultrabook / Notebook
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Do NOT Buy
Wesley Walker, Amazon
7 December 2014
Summary: This laptop operated correctly for about one month. Then the mouse pad began to jump around and click on its own. After calling HP Support they were about to temporarily fix the issue by reinstalling the mouse pad software. This helped until the next windows update, then the issue came back full force.
They are useless. We use our older computers that were supposed ...
Allan Krier, Amazon
20 November 2014
Summary: I want to echo Peyton Edmunds review. I bought two of these and we gave up and very seldom use them. They are useless. We use our older computers that were supposed to be replaced. Best Buy has been given at least eight chances to fix these but no fix of any kind. Thanks, Allan.
Summary: Horrible hinge problem. Didn't even know a hinge problem exists until his happened. I never damaged it or dropped it. The hinges are tightened so tightly that the pressure caused from closing and opening the lid made the top of the lid break from the back left hinge. Look up this problem before buying. It seems to be very common.
Summary: I bought this laptop in January of 2013 midway through my sophomore year of college. Initially, I loved it! The design is super sleek: brushed metal appearance, backlit keyboard, finger swipe entry, and beats audio. It did take me some time to get use to Windows 8, but that didn't really have anything to do with the laptop itself. It worked perfectly for the entire year, but then (conveniently after the warranty expired) it started to have some problems.
Summary: I bought this computer thinking that it would quick and easy. I was very wrong. For the first 6 months, it was fantastic, and everything was so quick and smooth but now, every time I open more than 3 tabs on the internet or play a game, the computer overheats and shuts down. I do not recommend this computer to anybody.
Summary: This computer has a fatal flaw and this flaw killed my Envy. The lid on this laptop sticks and weight is poorly distributed (it's designed that way). It's necessary to carefully pry this thing open with both hands. Most new Ultra-books are designed to open smoothly with one hand. NOPE, NOT THIS ONE. Try to open it with one hand at your own peril, the entire laptop lifts up and flips over.
Summary: The worst laptop ever. Three times back to service center and they can't fix it. Now they want a technician to come to my house as though that will make a difference. Now we learn that all available technicians are off for the holidays so its now Dec 27 and we wait until Jan 2 to schedule an appointment. Have asked for a refund several times but that is just not in the cards.