Wide variety of new high end back to school laptops, I'm Dan Ackerman, and this the new HP Envy line for 2015.
Envy is the higher end of HP's PC line, and here we've got New 14 inch, 15 inch, and 17 inch models.
They're all going to be available with current Gen Intel or AMD processors.
And in fact, in the 15 or the 17, you can actually get some optional discrete graphics from in video Video or again from AMD, and of course a lot of variety here.
You can get touchscreens, non touchscreens, seventeen has an optical drive.
Surprisingly on the fifteen you can also get an optical drive, and that is something you don't see very often anymore.
The fourteen and fifteen are all aluminum.
In the seventeen they add some carbon fiber to the top here, and the nice thing is even though these are high design, high concept PCs with banging awesome audio Prices are pretty reasonable in the US at least.
A lot of models are going to be between 600 and a thousand dollars.
And they should be out by the end of July.
I'm Dean Akman and that's HPs envy line for 2015.
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