HP has new ENVY 14 and 17 notebooks


HP, the world’s top computer maker, is back with a couple of new notebooks for those who are in the market and want to pick up something slightly different from the rest of the market. Coming in the form of the ENVY 14 and 17, both models are touted to deliver premium experiences that are able to satisfy the most demanding customers, bringing to the forefront an ideal balance of design and technology by merging the latest in manufacturing with artistic expression and world-class performance. To know more about the ENVY 14 and 17, why not head on to the extended post? Who knows, your wallet might just get that itchy feeling, ready and waiting for you to take out that credit card of yours to be swiped?

First of all, you can be sure that the new ENVY 14 and 17 will not come up short in terms of processing power, since they will both feature powerful Intel processors that won’t be found wanting when the situation calls for it, coupled with an ATI Mobility Radeon high-definition (HD) 5830 discrete graphics chipset which is more than suitable for gaming, videos and handling 3-D images without missing a beat. Love working in the dark, but have yet to truly master the keyboard? Well, fret not – you will be able to find that these models comes with a backlit keyboard complete with a slot-loading optical drive (do you prefer this or a standard tray?), an HP TrueVision HD webcam, a mini DisplayPort Connector and the latest in wireless and connectivity options – that means Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth thrown into the mix.

Not only that, the notebooks also come with Beats Audio, a unique, high-performance technology developed by HP and Beats by Dr. Dre for you to experience the optimal sound experience regardless of whether you’re playing audio via a pair of headphones or through its external speakers. The slim and light ENVY 14 sports a precision-crafted design with a 14.5″ diagonal HD Radiance display which is touted to be 59% brighter compared to rivals in its class, offering up to six hours of battery life with an optional WWAN/3G connection. As for the ENVY 17, it has up to 2TB of storage space, now how about that, and has ATI Eyefinity Technology for multiple external display support and an HP Triple Bass Reflex Subwoofer for outstanding sound.

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2 reviews or comments

techqc Says: May 5, 2010 at 8:27 pm

Although I absolutely abhor notebooks with all their
proprietary gimmicks, the envy 17 is the first
machine that has tempted my wallet in years.

hukiworld Says: May 6, 2010 at 9:06 am

All notebooks are cheap computers. This one is no exception.

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