HPENVY-Notebook-01It looks like things have decidedly become a whole lot more simple where gadgets are concerned with HP. They do not seem to settle for some sort of super long naming convention with their latest HP ENVY notebook. This latest offering from HP will arive with a spanking new look just in time for the holiday season, where it will showcase an elegant simplicity without having to compromise in terms of productivity and power. The all metal chassis will sport a curved profile as well as an elevated lift hinge, making it a whole lot more stable to work on as you get to enjoy a comfortable typing and viewing experience.

As for its hardware specifications, the HP ENVY notebook measures all of just 12.95mm thin, and it will tip the scales at 2.8 pounds. You can practically work with it the entire day at the office without the need for a power outlet since it claims to offer up to 10 hours of battery life, but I say it is better to err on the side of caution. Depending on your budget, the HP ENVY notebook will arrive in a choice of 6th generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, and you can also have up to 8GB of RAM alongside the option of up to 512GB SSD, now how about that for performance?

Connectivity is not an issue here with the HP ENVY notebook, since it has a quartet of USB 3.0 ports to keep up with the times, a single full sized HDMI port, and an SD memory card reader. Dual speakers with audio by Bang & Olufsen ought to deliver an aural performance to remember, and the 13″ display comes in either Full HD or Quad HD+ options.

Working in the dark with the HP ENVY notebook is also not an issue, since it will feature a backlit keyboard that should have you happily hammering the keys away. The entire shebang will start from $899.99 onward, where it is completed with a HP TrueVision webcam and dual array microphones that boast of noise cancellation technology.

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