HP’s popular ENVY series has just received a much awaited refresh earlier this month, in terms of hardware. Its design hasn’t changed a bit since the last iteration which featured 8th gen Intel processors. The brand new HP ENVY 13-aq1010nr laptop is as lightweight and practical as ever, with the added benefit of having the latest technology inside it.
The ENVY x360 series from HP has been recently refreshed and relaunched. The model I’ll be reviewing today is the HP ENVY x360 15-cp0010nr. It’s a convertible laptop (as in 2-in-1). Basically, it’s a 15.6 inch notebook that doubles as a tablet when rotating the screen 360 degrees. Considering value for money, this midrange HP isn’t a bad deal at all.
HP’s ENVY 13 notebook series is the company’s attempt to reinvent themselves in a market that puts more and more value on both design, and performance. Having great specs on a laptop isn’t enough anymore, and manufacturers know it. The HP ENVY 13-ab020nr is a brand new model: elegant, ultraportable and can also pack a punch.
When it comes to the looks of 2-in-1 detachables, not many manufacturers can boast having such elegant devices like the HP Spectre X2 12-a009nr. It’s not only a powerful laptop, but a finely constructed one which embodies the essence of high-end computing experience.
HP has recently began upgrading the ENVY series to better align the technology up to modern standards. The all-new HP ENVY 13-ab016nr notebook is a finely crafted device and a healthy competitor to Dell’s XPS, ASUS’ ZenBook and Acer’s Swift series.