HP Envy 17 Review

Posted: Oct 15 2010, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 15 2010, 6:07am CDT, in Reviews | Notebooks and PCs

HP Envy 17 Review
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THe HP Envy 17 series Laptop is a high-end desktop replacement Laptop starting at $1,299.99 on the HP Store. HP highlights that the HP Envy 17 features DDR5 VRAM plus Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs, all housed in a stunning, laser-etched aluminum body. And this is our only consumer laptop that supports up to three external displays.

Engagdet has gotten their hands on a HP Envy 17 and published a review. Quote from the review: The Envy 17 that landed in our "lab" was configured with a 1.60GHz Intel Core i7 Q720 processor, 6GB of RAM, a 500GB 7,200rpm hard drive, and 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 graphics. It's a powerhouse of a machine, and it can be built with even more muscle as it can be spec'd out with up to 8GB of RAM and faster Core i7-740QM or Core i7-840QM processors. Obviously, the entire package provided more than enough power for our everyday computing activities and then some. No matter what we threw at it, it seemed to keep up -- for instance, simultaneously running Photoshop, a Blu-ray disc in Roxio, and Batman: Arkham Asylum didn't even handicap the system." Read the full review on Engadget.

Configure your HP Envy 17 on the HP Store.

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