HP launches its new ENVY portfolio in India; also brings the latest Z by HP laptops

HP has launched its latest portfolio of HP ENVY notebooks in India. The line-up is targeted towards creators, including consumers, prosumers, and professionals.

The HP ENVY 15 unveiled today has a minimalist design with an aluminum chassis and diamond-cut design. It is the first ENVY laptop with a layer of glass on top of the touchpad for a smooth touch experience. The ENVY 15 is powered by up to a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 (H-series) processor and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 with Max-Q design graphics with up to 16GB of RAM. HP has shared that the ENVY 15 is the first HP ENVY device to offer gaming-class thermals – a vapor chamber and two 12-volt fans – that provide 33% more processor power for intensive workloads.

All new HP ENVY devices launched this year also include an all-in-one keyboard, which includes easily accessible buttons for power, camera shutter, and muting mic. To go along with the pre-loaded HP Command Center, HP has also introduced an HP QuickDrop app for Android and iOS smartphones to seamlessly transfer files across devices.

The other two devices in the line-up include the HP ENVY 13 and the HP ENVY x360 13. In addition, HP has also introduced its latest Z by HP mobile workstations – the HP ZBook Studio and HP ZBook Create.

HP claims that the HP ZBook Studio is the world’s smallest 15” laptop for creators and most powerful mobile workstation per cubic centimeter while the HP ZBook Create is the world’s smallest 15” notebook for creation and gaming. The Z by HP portfolio packs in theQuadro RTX 5000 or GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics purpose-built for the demanding needs of creative applications and workflows.

The new HP portfolio is priced as follows:

  • HP ENVY 15: Starting at ₹119,999 ($1,616)
  • HP ENVY 13 and ENVY x360 13: Starting at ₹79,999 ($1,078)
  • Z by HP mobile workstations: Starting at ₹177,000 ($2,384)

While the ENVY 15 is built for web designers and photo and video editors, HP believes that the ZBook line-up is for professionals engaged in design, modeling, coding, or application design.

Report a problem with article
Next Article

Microsoft introduces 15 new languages to its Neural Text-to-Speech service

Previous Article

Logitech's G brand launches the Color Collection, adding some flair to its accessories

2 Comments - Add comment