01-21-2020 09:49 PM
I am trying to understand the difference between the NOB and non NOB.
01-22-2020 08:02 PM
@BexLynnRod , welcome to the forum.
I have never seen this term anywhere in HP specifications, only in ads on ebay: NOB HP Pavilion 24-xa0000 24-xa0020 All-in-One Computer - Ryzen 5 2600H - 8 GB R
“These items are in original manufacturer condition, include accessories and carry the original ”
I believe that it stands for New - Open Box, since it mentions "in original manufacturer condition". I have to add, this is my opinion.
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