HP Launches New Envy Laptops with Longer Battery Life

In past few weeks, HP has bombarded the market with some pretty impressive laptops. Apart from launching the world thinnest laptop, HP Spectre, the company has launched three new Envy laptops. While the HP Spectre is for people with deep pockets and luxurious taste, the newly launched Envy laptops provide slimmer down versions of previous Envy series laptops. Aimed to cater the middle class consumers these mid-range affordable laptops are made with aluminum and sports metallic keys.  Let’s not wait further and dig deeper into the new Envy laptops.

Envy x360

The new Envy x360 convertible is 21 percent slimmer than its previous version. However the overall look of the laptop hasn’t changed much since its last year’s edition. Envy x360 has the honor of being the first laptop to support an AMD Bristol Ridge chip. This device offers 1080p and 4K resolutions for variety and for better connectivity, there is a pair of USB 3.0 ports and the usual USB Type-C connection. On specifications front, this laptop can support 16GB RAM, 2TB hard drive and 256GB PCle SSD. Even with such impressive hardware specs, there is enough juice to give it 11 hours battery backup.

HP Envy 15.6

The 15.6-inch version of the newly launched Envy series supports three USB 3.0 ports and fast charging USB-C connection. Weighing 4.4 pounds, this laptop has a core i7 processor with integrated graphics. Under the hood, it has 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD and 256GB PCle SSD.

HP Envy 17.3

The bulkiest of the three Envy laptops, this one weighs 6.6 pounds and is 1-inch thick. The consumer has the option of choosing between 1TB Hard Drive and 512GB SATA SSD. For gaming enthusiasts, this laptop boasts Nvidia GeForce 940X discrete graphics card. This version also offers optical disk drive feature if you still need that one.


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