This model from the HP Envy series has a sleek design and functional features providing excellent value for its user.
It’s no wonder that it’s called “Envy.” The natural silver of this HP model gives this laptop an exceptional look with its sandblasted anodized finish… aka… super eye-catching and fancy.
This Envy model has a 15.6-inch touchscreen interface with a WLED backlight and full HD resolution with 1,920 by 1,080 pixels when it comes to screen display.
There’s something extremely satisfying with a touchscreen, so if you enjoy swiping across your screen to move windows around, this is a great option.
At 15 inches, it can get heavy if you are holding it during a presentation or watching endless cat videos… it may become uncomfortable after several minutes.
It’s a 2-in-1 device that’s “convertible” with a 360 degree flip-and-fold design to become a tablet, and you can prop it up using its tent mode. So whether it’s your slide deck at a coffee meeting or a propped up screen for kids shows, this laptop is diverse.
Apart from the touchscreen, as you type on its keyboard, you will hear a satisfying thud every time you press a key. What’s more impressive is the dedicated number pad, which is rare to find in other 15-inch laptop models… if you’re a numbers kind of guy or gal, you’ll love it.
The HP Envy is one step below the brand’s premium Spectre line. Consequently, some of the features from the top-of-the-line series also appear in this particular model.
You will also find the Envy name showing in strategic areas of the laptop, boasting which line it belongs to.
Surprisingly, there’s a small switch on the laptop’s right side, allowing you to turn off the webcam any time. It’s HP’s version of the physical sliding doors to protect you from webcam hacking.
The Envy x360 15 offers various types of connectivity placed on the same side as the webcam switch.
It includes different ports, such as the HDMI, Gen 1 USB 3.1 Type-C, and Type-A.
On the other side of the laptop, you will find other parts and features for your device to function efficiently.
The first one is the power port, where you attach the electric cord, followed by the second USB Type-A port and the power button.
Additionally, a headphone jack and an SD card reader are also found on this side.
To wrap up with some heavy tech talk, this HP Envy x360 15 uses the Windows 10 operating system, comes with an 8GB computer memory and is equipped with Intel Core i5 and 256GB SSD.