The New HP Envy Laptops Are Designed For Creators On-The-Go
The conundrum that content creators often face is choosing between a powerful laptop or a lightweight device. Hewlett-Packard resolves this issue with the latest additions to the Envy portfolio. Part of HP's Create Ecosystem, Envy introduces three new laptops which focus on providing today's creators with a powerful yet mobile companion to suit their fast-paced lifestyle.
Featuring an edge-to-edge keyboard and a light, all-metal chassis, the HP Envy 13 sports a premium aesthetic in either natural silver or pale gold and weighs only 1.3kg. The four-sided micro-edge display provides users with a wider screen while the camera shutters are enhanced with additional security to ensure a peace of mind.
Users looking for greater performance will be pleased with the HP Envy 15 that is endowed with Full High Definition touch display and an exclusive HP QuickDrop that allows seamless file transfer from one device to another. This powerhouse laptop is also the first Envy device to sport gaming-class thermals because all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. The Envy 15 also boasts a whopping 16.5 hours of battery life on a single charge; we also love the sophisticated aluminium chassis.
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For the ultimate flexibility, look no further than the HP Envy x360 13 which is able to rotate 360 degrees. This versatile PC sports a chiseled look along the back and an ultra-thin bezel for ultimate visibility. Whether you use it as a laptop or as a tablet, it is the perfect device for content creators who prioritise versatility.
All of the HP Envy devices possess exceptional audio thanks to Bang & Olufsen's expert touch. They are also equipped with 10th Gen Intel® Core processors and the all-in-one keyboard which includes camera shutter and fingerprint reader.
The HP Envy 13 and 15 are available now while the HP Envy x360 13 will debut in September.
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