HP’s Envy 13 Is A Skylake-Based, Aluminum Laptop That’s Thinner Than A MacBook Air – Tech Times

HP has introduced the newest member of its Envy laptop family, HP Envy 13, billed as the company’s thinnest laptop yet, even a hair thinner than Apple’s new MacBook.

Sporting over half an inch (specifically 0.51 inch) thickness, the Envy 13 touts a weight of 2.81 pounds and up to 10 hours of battery life.

This Envy laptop is slated to land on select retailers’ shelves on Oct. 18 starting at an $849.99 price tag.

What makes the Envy 13 so powerful is that it packs in a sixth-generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 Skylake processor and it houses 512GB of solid state storage as well as 8GB of RAM.

Display-wise, the laptop comes with a 13-inch screen with 1,920 x 1,080 as well as 3,200 x 1,800 pixel display In-Plane Switching (IPS) options.

Like its bigger siblings, the thin Envy 13 notebook is wrapped entirely in aluminum, making it more stunning.

Despite having a thin profile, this is equipped with four USB 3.0 ports, an SD card reader and an HDMI port.

What also makes the device interesting is that it features Bang & Olufsen audio as well as a fingerprint reader, permitting users to take advantage of the Windows Hello biometric login of Microsoft.

HP Spectre x2

In a bid to rival the Surface Pro 4, HP has also unveiled its new tablet-laptop: HP Spectre x2.

This slate, which comes with 512GB of flash storage and up to 8GB of RAM, is equipped with Intel Skylake Core m processors.

Expected to arrive on Nov. 8, it will be priced at $799. The keyboard, however, is not included in the price.

This light and thin tablet features a 12.5-inch screen.

HP Spectre x360 Special Edition

This convertible, scheduled to hit stores on Nov. 8, has a price tag of $1,299.

HP promises that this limited edition of the HP Spectre x360 has 12 hours of battery like and a 4K display.

It is also powered by sixth-generation Intel Skylake processors.

“We are excited to extend our premium portfolio with new PCs that have a number of firsts — including a detachable with a metal keyboard featuring full-travel keys, the world’s widest curved all-in-one and our thinnest notebook ever — designed to give customers amazing experiences,” said Mike Nash, vice president, portfolio strategy and customer experience, Personal Systems of HP.


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