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HP displays high-end Envy 13 Ultrabook at Computex

01 June 2017 0

This year's Computex bought a lot of exciting tech, from gaming laptops and desktops, mixed reality headsets to devices with Windows 10 S. The event was flooding with new laptops and HP didn't miss a chance to shine its new Envy 13 2017 edition.

Though Envy 13 2017 edition was launched at 14th Cannes film festival, the company proudly showed it off at Computex. The device itself is a piece of art and remarkable engineering. Though it's under the category of Ultrabooks, it provides almost everything a professional laptop requires and does not strips down the connectivity options to fit the segment.

It's a 13-inch device with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD). However, there is also a 4K resolution option which is mainly useful for professionals. The devices with full HD and 4K resolution are claimed to have a battery life of 13 and 14 hours respectively. Images below show the device from all sides.

The Envy is equipped with latest Intel's Kaby Lake processors. A maximum of 16 GB built-in RAM comes with the device. The device is all SSD one, with 1 TB of maximum storage. Though it's an Ultrabook, it comes with decent connectivity options. There are 4 USB ports: two USB 3.0 and the other two are USB-C ports. There is a microSD card reader and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. A fingerprint sensor adds up to the luxury of this high-end ultrabook.

The device will be available in June with a starting price tag of $1,049.


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