* 15.6" display in 14" body
* Thin and light
* 1920x1080 screen
* IPS matte display with good color accuracy, deep contrast, and wide viewing angles
* Quad-core i5-8250u
* 5-9 hours of battery life
* Lots of usable ports
* Decent keyboard and trackpad
* Extra m.2 slot for SSD, 4 total RAM slots for 32GB total
* Solid build quality
* Silent at idle, quiet at full throttle
You'll have to migrate the data to the SSD and then format the HDD in order to have the 1tb + SSD size you bought.
This is everything to do in order to install the RAM and SSD.
Used as bought, it is an OK laptop, but not great (probably a 3 star value). Most of the laptop is actually very good, but is held back by a 5400 rpm HDD. Not only is it a HDD, but its a slow one. Other than that its components are actually very good. I bought the laptop but also bought an SSD and some extra RAM, and the difference is night and day. Once the new SSD was set as the system disk, and the extra RAM was in place, you get a laptop that compares favorably with others worth two, three, or four times as much (with the exception of the graphics card, which is OK for regular use and light gaming, but will struggle with graphics intensive stuff)
Initial impression is that this thing is super light, almost 1/2 the weight of my Asus ux501vw but with the same screen dimensions. Hard drive is slow and definitely needs to be replaced by an SSD. I Bought an M2 gen 3 SSD, but it does not fit, appears that this is NVME. Also, popped off the back cover and added a 16gb stick in the empty slot.
It does have an IPS screen, battery life is going strong, and no touch pad issues. You can't beat it. It's fast for what it is, will pop in a small SSD for the OS at some point possibly, but in no rush as it's not given me any lag or issues yet at all. Highly recommend, can't beat the price!