Most of the time, our laptops are made from polycarbonate bodies or aluminum. There are several reasons for this, such as affordability, weight, and also better heat conductivity. However, for those who wouldn’t mind seeing more material options when it comes to our laptops, HP is more than happy to oblige.
The company has recently taken the wraps off a bunch of new laptops that are part of its Envy series and one of the main changes, at least to its design, is by giving customers the option to configure it with a wooden finish. Dubbed the HP ENVY Wood Series, the option of wood does not mean that the entire laptop will be made from wood, but rather it will feature a wooden inlay.
According to HP, these wooden finish options will come in Nightfall Black with Natural Walnut. HP adds that due to the nature of wood, it means that no two laptops will be the same due to the variations in the wood grain. We have to admit that the use of wood combine with the darker finish of the laptop does lend a certain class and luxury to the computers.
In terms of specs, the new Envy laptops will be configurable ranging from Intel Core processors to AMD’s Ryzen mobile processors as well as AMD Radeon Vega GPUs. The laptops have yet to be launched and are currently slated for the fall of 2019. Pricing is also expected to be revealed closer to its launch date.
Filed in Computex, Computex 2019, HP and Laptops. Source: press.ext.hp. Read more about