HP's Envy 17 is now available with Ice Lake CPUs and Nvidia graphics

Today, HP announced that its new Envy 17 laptop is now available for purchase. It's the company's top-end 17-inch clamshell, and it has all of the perks that you'd expect from such a machine.

In the performance department, it includes Intel's 10th-generation 'Ice Lake' processors. And if the Iris Plus Graphics that come with the Core i7-1065G7 aren't enough, you can also get it with an Nvidia GeForce MX330 GPU with 2GB GDDR5. At $1,249.99, that model also comes with 12GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.

The 17.3-inch screen comes with 4K resolution, and the narrow bezels give it an 84% screen-to-body ratio. HP also touted a new all-in-one keyboard, with function keys to mute your microphone, the camera shutter, HP Command Center, and more.

The HP Envy 17 comes in its Natural Silver color, and it's made out of sandblasted aluminum. Being that it weighs in at 6.02 pounds, it's definitely on the heavier side of things. The laptop is currently listed as coming soon on Best Buy's website, but it should show up soon. You can find it here.

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