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New HP Envy computers feature larger 4K screens


HP continues to update its Envy mobile line regularly, equipping it with the latest processors and graphics, with some improvements.

In an effort to attract more designs, the company has released two new Envy mobile devices that offer an upgraded 4K screen option, improved processing and graphics devices, and a separate wireless mouse that lets you work across multiple screens.

Starting at $1,000, the HP Envy 17 is the highest price among new entrants and, as the name suggests, features a 17.3-inch screen with 1920×1080 pixels.

Inside is an 11th-generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor paired with Intel Iris X graphics, 12GB ram and 512GB of internal storage.

The laptop features a rustdesign, thin rims, and a screen-to-body ratio of 86.3 percent.

If you're looking for something better, you can upgrade to 1TB PCIe SSD, 32GB memory and 4K screen.

On the other hand, HP Envy x360 15 starts from $750 for the AMD model and $900 for the Intel model.

The HP Envy x360 15 comes with a 2-by-1 laptop design, allowing you to use it as a touch-screen tablet, with that in mind, HP offers a 4K OLED model.

The computer is available with an AMD Ryzen 7 processor or an 11th-generation Intel Core processor and NVIDIA MX450 graphics.

Both new devices also feature a 19 percent larger touchpad and a new feature called Enhanced Lightning, which essentially converts the screen into built-in video call light.

You can initially order new Envy devices from the HP store, with shipping starting in April.

In addition to the new laptops, HP will also launch the new HP 930 Creator wireless mouse later this spring, which works across up to three devices simultaneously via USB-A or Bluetooth dongle.

The mouse comes at $90 with seven programmable buttons and a scroll wheel, and it appears to last up to 12 weeks on a single charge.