At CES this year, HP announced a bunch of new business PCs, but there's one single new consumer PC: the Envy 14. It's a mainstream laptop that's made for creators, packing performance and an exceptional display into a somewhat compact footprint.
Starting with the screen, it has a 14-inch 16:10 1920x1200 display, making it 11% taller than a 16:9 display. HP is also promising Delta E < 2 color calibration, which is definitely something that you want if you're going for color accuracy. And if you're doing photo or video editing, it's probably something that you've thought about. HP's Display Control application can also be used to optimize the colors for the task at hand.
It's also powerful, including Intel's 11th-generation 'Tiger Lake' processors. Along with that, it comes with some pretty beefy graphics for a 14-inch laptop, in the form of an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1650 Ti with 4GB GDDR6 memory. Thanks to Tiger Lake, it also has Thunderbolt 4 connectivity and up to 16GB DDR4-3200 SDRAM. That all comes in a metal chassis that weighs 3.53 pounds.
HP is also boasting a physical shutter for the webcam, a mute microphone key, and AI Noise Removal to help with that background noise while you're working at home. The Envy 14 is coming this month, starting at $999.
The company also introduced a few new monitors. There are new M-series FHD monitors, including the M24f, M27f, and M32f with 99% sRGB color gamut. Those are coming in March starting at $139. There are also new E24u and E27u G4 USB-C monitors, which can power a laptop up to 65W and include HP Eye Ease. Those are coming in February for $219 and $339, respectively.