HP has once again empowered creators across business sectors. The launch of the new Envy lineup of ultrabooks offer an affordable option for all who are interested in a Spectre. These new models are equipped with a longer battery life and a new cooling chamber with crystallized liquid polymer vapors.
Expected to be on sale in the first week of May, the HP Envy 13 is equipped with an Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor and 13.3-inches of retina display built on a chassis of 11 inches. With a starting price of $999.99, HP claims that these new laptops have a similar trackpad and keyboard as the more expensive HP Spectre x360.
HP has also redesigned its Envy 15 laptop which is expected to run on the Intel Core i7-10750H 10th gen processor. Styled with an appealing set-up, it contains the Max-Q Nvidia GeForce graphics RTX 2060 chip. It resembles the Razer Blade 15 ultrabook from that boasts a large trackpad on its chassis core plus a keyboard next to the speaker grills.
Furthermore, HP Envy 15 is expected to be first available in authorized stores and distributors around the middle of June with a $1,349.99 launching price. Its developers have emphasized its compatibility with an HDR 4K OLED screen display through a maximum color calibration based on DCI-P3. Every gamer and content creator who rely on hardcore processor performance should be happy about its upgraded thermal design.
The magnificent design and performance shift of HP Envy x360 15 and Envy x360 13 ultrabooks are proven by its two functionalities in one design concept. This means you can make your laptop as a portable tablet or bend it like a tent for presentations with small audiences, or even watching movies with your squad. HP maintains the flexibility of use across their devices to make it compatible for all.
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HP is also offering its Envy 360 13-inch laptop with 8GB of RAM and an ultra-fast SSD NVMe of 512GB and 4700U Ryzen 7 AMD. It is expected to have a starting price of $699.99 each with similar CPU processors akin to AMD’s 7nm Zen 2. Its screen is less bezel with up to 22% reduced footprints from its predecessors.
Subsequently, HP Envy x360’s 15-inch ultrabook has a starting price of $849.99 where you can already get a 10th-gen Intel processor. HP introduced a bonus feature for its newly-launched Envy 15 ultrabooks called ‘HP Quickdrop’, where you can seamlessly upload and download files from other devices to your laptop.
Notably, HP will also be utilizing ocean-bound plastic on the casing of each newly-released unit which started from Elite Dragonfly. The company is also expected to freshen up its upcoming ZBook series around the early days of August with prices starting from $1,099 to $2,000.00. The two branded mobile workstations are said to be the smallest laptop dedicated to gaming and content creation.