HP's envy laptops are just a notch below it's cutting edge specter models.
Which means you're still getting something with a premium look and feel but for a little bit less.
The 2018 ENVY 13 laptop for example starts at $1,000 but get you a super thin and light metal body with a hinge design that tells the keyboard up for more comfortable typing.
Even though it's thin, HP made a dropjaw USB port for it, so you don't need dongles.
The new Envy X360 two in one starts at around $760 and is the first 13.3 inch convertible with AMD Ryzen with Radeon Vega graphics.
And again it's all packed into a slender chassis.
It's also available in the 15.6 inch version, starting at $750 with the same rise in Vega combo or with Intel 8 processors.
Both can be had with HP Sure View Privacy Screen 2 which blocks prying eyes at the push of a button.
HP also updated its Envy All In One by adding a new curved 34-inch model.
We've liked past versions of these because they're good for work and entertainment.
And this one's no different with a row of Bang & Olufsen tune speakers and volume controlled by a touch scroll wheel on the base.
HP added Amazon Alexa too so you can call up music, shop, control your smart home or just get the weather.
You'll also find a high speed wireless charger built into the base and a pop up web cam for privacy.
HP even gave the PC a wood grain finish making it look a bit more furniture.
Look at it later this year starting at $1400
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