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Apodemus
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Manual and booklets when you buy Envy x360

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HP Envy x360 15-ee0xxx
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I bought a new Hp Envy 360 and at the inside manual or booklets I did not see any description mentioning the name Envy. Just a simple brochure to state how to use it. But not a manual to give descriptions like all kind of needed materials.

Could someone tell me what are the manual, booklets etc when you just open a new box of HP Envy x360??

 

I am in doubts, that the one I bought is not 100% new, but may be used, or kept as demo to show to the clients in a shop.

Can someone tell me if I am right or wrong.

 

 

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

HP PC's don't come with manuals anymore.  That is done to save trees.

 

You can find all of the manuals for your notebook at the link below...

 

HP ENVY 15-ee0000 x360 Convertible Laptop PC series Manuals | HP® Customer Support

 

The service manuals for all HP notebooks are in English.

 

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Thank you for your answer.

 

The idea was to know if my laptop is 100% new, as I did not see that those booklets mentioning hp envy x360 there and they were not in English. Looked like they speak for HP products in general. Thats why I doubt.

 

Is there any way to find out if my laptop is new and not used by someone or if its a showcase to the clients?

 

It looks like have been touched enough.

 

Even its production date tell Dec. 2020, the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th numbers after the letters in the serial mumber of it are 0530. 0 means 2020? 53 means week 53 of 2020?

 

Thank you in advance

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You're very welcome.

 

You can find the year and week of manufacture by looking at the 4th, 5th and 6th characters of the serial number, which will always be numbers.

 

53 can't be right, because there are only 52 weeks in the year.

 

0 would be 2020, then the 5th and 6th characters are the week of mfr -- 0 -52

 

There is no way to tell if the notebook is brand new, or someone returned it to the seller, or it was a demo.

 

You can check the warranty coverage at the link below to make sure the notebook is under warranty.

 

Official HP® Warranty Check – United States | HP® Customer Support

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Thank you.

 

The serial number is XXX0530XXX

Its 0530, thats why I thought there are not 53 weeks.

What does this mean?

Its not a good and trustable product?

 

I sent an email for the warranty related to its serial number. But, there were 4 types of warranty there; 1 is 23 months, 2 is 22 months, 3 is 11 months and 4 is 2 months.

I did a question before for this. Lets wait if HP will reply to the warranty despute I did.

 

 

Thank you.

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You're very welcome.

 

I just remembered.

 

2020 was a leap year.  There were indeed 53 weeks, so yours was made in the last week of December.

 

All Calendar Weeks (CW) 2020 | Overview Calendar Weeks | Calendars with CW 2020 (week-number.org)

 

 

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When I check the warranty putting the serial number of the laptop, there are 4 different types of warranties; What do they mean? Does it mean my laptop is warranty for 2 years or 2 months?

1. Additional coverage

Warranty type

Bundled Warranty

Service type

HP Bundled Hardware Offsite Support

Status 

Active: Covered under extended warranty, 23 months remaining.

Start Date

January 11, 2021

End Date

February 09, 2023

Service Level

Standard Access to ITRC (HW)
Country Coverage
Std Office Hrs Std Office Days
Std Turn-Around
Pickup by HP
Standard Material Handling
No Special Coverage
HP ships to customer site

Deliverables

Hardware Problem Diagnosis
Offsite Support & Materials.
 
 
2. Additional coverage - Carepack

Warranty type

Carepack

Service type

HWM Offsite

Status 

Active: Covered under extended warranty, 22 months remaining.

Start Date

January 13, 2021

End Date

January 12, 2023

Service Level

Std Office Hrs Std Office Days
Standard HW
Country Coverage
Standard Material Handling
No Special Coverage
Delivery by HP
Customer Delivers
Standard Turn-Around-Time

Deliverables

Check for N-CSR Batt warranty
Hardware Problem Diagnosis
Offsite Support & Materials.
 
 
3. HP manufacturer/base warranty

Warranty type

Manufacturer Warranty

Service type

Wty: HP HW Maintenance Offsite Support

Status 

Active: Covered under Manufacturer warranty, 11 months remaining.

Start Date

January 11, 2021

End Date

February 09, 2022

Service Level

Std Office Hrs Std Office Days
Std Office Hrs Std Office Days
Global Coverage
Standard Material Handling
Standard Parts Logistics
Customer delivers to RepairCtr
Std Turn-Around
No Usage Limitation
Customer Pickup at RepairCtr

Deliverables

Hardware Problem Diagnosis
Offsite Support & Materials.
 

4. Service type

Wty: HP Support for Initial Setup

Status 

Active: Covered under Manufacturer warranty, 2 months remaining.

Start Date

January 11, 2021

End Date

May 10, 2021

Service Level

NextAvail TechResource Remote
Std Office Hrs Std Office Days
2 Hr Remote Response
Unlimited Named Callers

Deliverables

Initial Setup Assistance
 
 
 
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Since I don't work for or represent HP, unfortunately, I wouldn't be able to help you with any warranty questions.

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