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HP’s Envy Laptops updated. It has updated its lineup with longer battery life, the latest Intel processors and the option of an AMD processor. On the other hand, the 17-inch model even has some features that may attract gamers. But none of the Envy laptops have gone through fundamental changes. So they all stand for a pleasant set of upgrades.

The updated Envy 13 and Envy 17 are traditional 13- and 17-inch laptops. Both feature an 8th-generation Intel Core processor, fingerprint readers, and the standard clamshell laptop design.

HP’s Envy Laptops Updated

While talking about HP’s Envy laptops updated, the 13-inch model includes a 1980 x 1080 touch screen and over 16 hours of battery life. On the other hand, the Envy 17 has the same display resolution and processor but adds a few common features.

Coming to the changes or updates, the fist one is the introduction of NVIDIA’s GeForce MX250 graphics on board. Well this most influential graphics processor, but it’s better than the integrated option found in most laptops. It also has an optical disc drive on board, something most laptops unknown for many years.

The 13-inch models only starts with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, the Envy 17 has 12GB RAM and 512GB of storage. They’re both expected to be available in April for a starting price of $899.99. HP had very little to say about the Envy x360 13, aside from that it would use AMD’s 2nd-gen Ryzen processor and gets more than 14 hours of battery life. But the company did have plenty of details about the Envy x360 15, which customers will be able to get with either Intel core i5 or i7 processors or AMD’s Ryzen 5 or 7 processor.

Regardless of which you choose, the x360 15 has a 1980 x 1080 touchscreen, 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. HP says it reduced the bezel around the display by 28 percent.