Hp has announced its premium consumer laptops on October 12, including the popular Spectre X360 and the powerful ENVY 13. It based on Intel’s Core i-series Kaby Lake processors. The notebooks look a lot like their older versions of the laptop featuring Skylake CPUs, Intel’s latest chips offers advantages such as higher performance and better energy efficiency. Other important improvements over the predecessors are a new battery and a USB Type-C port.
As well, In case of the previous-gen model, HP decreases the starting price of the ENVY 13 below from $899 to $849.
Thin laptops compared
The HP ENVY 13 uses precisely the same structure as its older gen-model released a few years ago, as its 27-inch ENVY All-in-One PC comes with redesigned speakers and a thinner display. The updated ENVY 13 will be available with either a Full-HD or a quad-HD display. The company claims that the new battery on the laptop, which is 28-percent larger than older model; it’s providing a 14 hours of battery life. It’s will be available with seventh generation Core i5 or Core i7 processor, with capable of 16GB of RAM, and able to a 1TB SSD when it will be available later this month.
Other Specification of HP ENVY 13:
- 8GB of DRAM,128 GB SATA AHCI or 256 GB/512 GB/1 TB PCIe NVMe SSDs
- It also equipped with a 802.11ac 2×2 Wi-Fi BT 4.1 controller
- Backbit keyboard and Webcam
USB 3.0 Type-c, two USB 3.0 Type-A, an HDMI output, a TRRS connector as well as a microSD card reader.
The ENVY 13 raised center design to enable more comfortable typing and are it’s made of aluminum and magnesium. In terms of weight and dimensions, they are up to 12.95 mm thick and weight up to 1.49 Kilograms it’s all depending on the real configuration. Display panel of the ENVY also remained the same: The Company offers a choice between QHD+IPS panel and an FHD+IPS panel.
The new Spectre X360 retain the outgoing version’s ability to rotate the display behind the keyboard, it has an edge-to-edge display and now come with a quad-speaker array. It’s also come with the seventh-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors. According to company, the battery life on the updated laptop lasts for around 15 hours, around 25 percent longer than before. Even as, it is available with up to 16GB of RAM and up to a 1TB SSD.