HP has unveiled the new versions of its Envy laptop series. A new design allows the laptops to be thinner than previous generations while still having higher improved performance. The laptops in question are the Envy 13 and the Spectre x360 13.3. HP also renewed its Envy All-in-One desktop computer.
The new generation of Envy laptop series seems to live up to its name. They promise to deliver higher performance thanks to its improved specs without comprising design. However, the largest improvement is seen in the Spectre x360, the 2-in-1 laptop featuring a folding hinge.
Compared to the previous generation, the new model is considerably smaller. Its thickness was lowered to 13.8 mm from 15.9 with a weight of only 2.85 pounds. Thanks to the new design of the 13.3-inch, 1080p display, and smaller borders, the laptop is smaller than ever while still fulfilling expectations.
In regards to its specs, the x360 comes in different versions but even the most basic version will include a 7th generation Intel CPU i5-7200U, 8GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD. It can even support an SSD of up to 1 TB. This standard version will cost you $1,049, available right now.
Convertible laptops, especially those with large screens do not always have the best battery life. However, HP has upgraded the battery to a 57.8 watt-hour unit, which according to them can last up to 15 hours. Other new features for the x360 Envy laptop is the edge-to-edge keyboard, a larger glass touchpad, four speakers, and two USB 31. Type-C ports.
In regards to the other Envy laptop in the renewed series, the Envy 13 has also seen some updates. The battery life and its specs are quite similar to the x360 but don’t include as many new features. It includes only one Type-C USB with two 3.0 regular ports, a 128GB SSD, and it lacks the edge-to-edge keyboard and display. The low-end version of this Envy laptop will cost $849.
Finally, the HP Envy All-in-one 27 desktop has been upgraded with some new tech as well. A new four speaker sound bar, a smaller display, sixth-generation Intel i5 or i7 CPUs. You can opt for a NVIDIA GTX 950M GPU as well. The AIO-system is expected to be priced at $1,300.
Are you interested in buying any of the new Envy laptops?
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