Laptop brand HP has re-branded its line of Envy series laptops with new features and hardware. The range of re-branded HP Envy laptops will include HP Envy 13, HP Envy x360, HP Envy x360 15 and HP Envy 17. Some of the changes of these AMD or Intel powered laptops include enhanced battery life, thin bezels and support for AMD chips. Additionally, along with this, the company has also added two new laptops to its ProBook series. Take a look at what these laptops will have to offer.
HP Envy 13 & HP Envy 17
The HP Envy 13 laptop is very similar to HP Envy laptop in terms of design. The laptop will come with a fingerprint sensor, webcam kill switch and privacy screen. As for the display, the HP Envy 13 will sport a full HD display with thin bezels on the side. This laptop is powered by 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics.
Likewise, even the HP Envy laptop comes with a similar configuration. All the revamped HP Envy laptops run on 8th Gen Intel processors. This laptop also is fuelled by an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with Nvidia GeFore MX250 graphics. Furthermore, this laptop will offer a battery life of approximately 11 hours on a single full charge.
HP Envy x360 Series Convertibles
These touch screen laptops or convertible laptops come with added features compared to the regular versions. Both these convertible HP Envy laptops comes with features such as fingerprint sensor, bang & olufsen audio, privacy screen, 3-sided micro-edge display and webcam kill switch. As for the HP Envy x 360 13 – this laptop will be available in Full HD as well as UHD displays. On the other hand, the HP Envy x360 15 will get a 4K display.
For its power, Envy x360 13 will come with a 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen 7 processor with AMD Radeon Vega 10 graphics. Similarly, Envy x360 15 will be offered in both AMD and Intel processors. Under the hood, it will be backed by an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor along with 4GB graphics memory and Nvidia GeForce MX250. As for the AMD variant, the laptop will support up to AMD Ryzen 7 processor.
HP ProBook Series Laptops
Apart from the HP Envy laptops, the company has also launched two new ProBook series laptops. Both the HP ProBook 445R G6 and ProBook 455R G6 laptops are powered by AMD processors. They run on a 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen processor. These notebooks are built with an aluminium chassis and feature a 180-degree hinge. This hinge will allow users to lay the laptops flat without any damage. Even these notebooks will include features seen on most HP laptops such as IR webcam, Sure Click, fingerprint sensor, and BIOSphere Gen4. As of now, no other information has been revealed about these HP ProBook laptops.