If you’re interested in getting your hands on a brand new laptop, then you might be interested to learn that HP has announced a refresh of its Envy lineup. This includes the HP Envy 17 and also the HP x360 15, with the former being the more expensive of the two, while the latter is aimed more towards those who prefer a hybrid design.

Starting with the HP Envy 17, this is more of a traditional laptop but it has a whopping 17.3-inch display, something of a rarity amongst laptops these days. Under the hood, we’re looking at an 11th gen Intel Core i7 processor with 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and can be upgraded to a 1TB PCIe SSD and 32GB of RAM. It will be priced starting at $1,000.

Next up is the HP x360 15. Like we said, this is more of a hybrid design where it sports a display that can be flipped to the back to allow the tablet to double up as a tablet. It is offered with either an AMD processor, priced starting at $700, or an Intel processor priced starting at $900. It features a 4K display and uses an NVIDIA MX450 GPU, so it could be a pretty decent laptop when it comes to gaming (but don’t expect anything too fancy).

The new HP laptops are available for pre-order via HP’s website and are expected to begin shipping out to customers in April.

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