Get your hands on the stylish detachable HP10.1 -inch pavilion x2, the 2-in-1 laptop. The display just weighing 1.29 pounds makes it one of the lightest tablet laptops you have around. The plastic chassis and no presence of metal anywhere is one of the reasons of it being so light. With the existence of strong magnetic bits, the screen is effortlessly detachable and reattachable as the magnetism guides you to the exact place of fixing the screen. This little machine carries a lot of good stuff. Listen to quality audio as it comes with powerful Bang and Olufsen speakers. However, it compromises a little with its screen having a resolution of 1,280 x 800. This might get disturbing as it will make the higher resolution content unclear and blur but provides wide viewing angles and comes in nice color. Considering its extreme affordability and portability options, it is by far one of the best choices for student’s use.
The HP’s Envy series are surely on road to make other of such gadgets envious of it. Ranging from 14-inch to upto 17-inch, these aluminum bodied laptops have extremely well chassis and look amazing.
The Envy 14 -inch and 15-inch, coming with an extraordinary quality built and weighing so light is worth all the praise. It’s a pleasure typing content with its keyboard as the keys are so soft and user friendly. Moreover, HP has improved the quality of its single-buttoned ClickPad as well. It is now wider making it easier to navigate your stuff on screen.
The display resolution is incredible as compared to other laptops falling in the similar category. The colors appear so fresh and lively on the screen due 350nit display. Previously, we have experienced that most of the laptops forego audio for better display or sometimes audio appeared more superior as compared to the video. But Envy laptops do not settle on this practice. The audio experience is outstanding same as its picture quality is.
Talking about the performance, we couldn’t find anything seriously disappointing. Powered by a 2.66GHz Intel Core i5-450M processor, 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 500GB 7,200rpm hard drive, it was found performing very smoothly. Envy’s battery life scored 3 hours and 51 minutes on the video run-down test which appears quite satisfactory for the routine student use.
The HP Envy 17 appears to be most costly in the series as it is well-equipped with wide range of smarter features. With aluminum-covered lid and the underside made out of carbon fiber makes it a beauty in terms of look and feel. Coming with wonderful HD display and optional touch, it is something you’d like to spend on before going back to school.