The ENVY x360 15 as a 15-inch convertible – a tablet and notebook in one – and the ENVY 17 as a classic 17-inch notebook are designed for creative users and enable them to work from anywhere and stay connected. The new devices take into account the fact that 74 percent of consumers are even more occupied with creative tasks during the pandemic, according to a survey of US and Chinese consumers. The focus is often on hobbies that require a powerful computer for computationally intensive applications such as photography, live blogging and the creation and editing of short videos.
HP presents two new ENVY notebooks: On the left is the ENVY x360 15 (15 inch), which can be folded down as a convertible to a tablet. The ENVY 17 (17 inch), which is a classic notebook, is shown on the right. Both devices are offered in different equipment variants.
The HP ENVY x360 15 is a convertible notebook or 2-in-1 device with a screen-to-body ratio of 88.7 percent2 and weighs 1.8 kg. It is offered with an OLED or LED display and 4K UHD or FHD resolution as well as with an AMD Ryzen 7 or Intel Core processor of the 11th generation. It has “NVIDIA MX450” graphics as well as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 for fast connectivity.
The HP ENVY x360 15 in black and with an AMD processor
The HP ENVY 17 with a screen-to-body ratio of 86.3 percent, weighs 2.5 kg and is fully equipped with 11th generation Intel Core processors, NVIDIA MX450 graphics, a 4K UHD display as well as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5. It also offers up to 1 TB PCIe SSD storage and up to 32 GB RAM.
The HP ENVY 17 in the color NaturalSilver and with connected monitors
The new ENVY notebooks offer a customizable creative experience with functions such as factory color calibration of the displays, an all-in-one keyboard for quick key combinations, a 19 percent larger touchpad for better multi-touch gestures, a physical camera cover, performance optimization in the thermal profile, optimization of the display in HP Display Control, HP QuickDrop for easy transfer of files to and from devices and HP Enhanced Lighting, which turns the display into an integrated selfie light for video calls.
The “HP Enhanced Lighting” function uses the display as adjustable lighting for video chats.
Depending on the intended target group, both devices will be delivered with a 30-day test phase of Adobe Creative Cloud, including Premiere Rush, Premiere Pro and Creative Cloud Photography Plan. Important, if you redeem the test subscription and do not want to continue paying for it after it expires, you have to cancel it before it expires.
Sustainability: With the new models, HP is taking a further step towards greater sustainability in its entire portfolio. The new ENVYs are made with recycled aluminum, the ENVY 17 also consists of recycled and ocean-bound plastics. The packaging for both models is also free from single-use plastics and is made from wood fibers. These are made from 100 percent recycled materials. The “molded fiber” packaging is also 100 percent recyclable and replaces plastic foam.
Prices and availabilities
The two new ENVY models are expected to be available in Switzerland from May 2021. They are offered in different equipment variants and the following prices (RRP) apply to the cheapest variant. The HHP ENVY x360 15 (with Intel processor) is available from CHF 899, while the variant with an AMD processor starts at CHF 799. The HP ENVY 17 is available from 799 francs.
HP ENVY x360 15 Intel (product page, not yet available)
HP ENVY x360 15 AMD (product page, not yet available)
HP ENVY 17 (product page, not yet available)
HP Inc. Switzerland (product information and online store)
Tel. 0800 80 44 70 (private customers)
Tel. 0800 80 44 60 (business customers)
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