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HP Envy 4-1115dx 14-inch Touch Ultrabook

by HP
3.8 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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  • Model: 4-1115dx
  • 3rd Gen Intel® CoreTM i5-3317U processor
  • 14" LED-backlit high-definition touch-screen display
  • 500GB hard drive (5400 rpm)
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Product Description

Product Description

This HP ENVY Touch-Screen Ultrabook 4-1115dx laptop features a high-definition touch-screen display for crisp visuals and easy navigation of features. Two speakers, a subwoofer and Beats Audio deliver powerful, detailed audio.


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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 14 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768
Max Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Processor 2.6 GHz Core i5-3317U
Hard Drive 500 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics 4000
Wireless Type 802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 3
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2
Brand Name HP
Series Envy
Item model number 4-1115dx
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Windows 8
Item Weight 4.7 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.5 x 9.3 x 0.9 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 13.5 x 9.3 x 0.9 inches
Processor Brand Intel Core I5
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Interface Serial ATA-600
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

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3.8 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #29,191 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#6,123 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops
Shipping Weight 7 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First Available November 6, 2012

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After poking around a store and peeking in the returns cage, I found my HP Envy 4 at a heavily discounted price due to a missing battery? Really? The battery is built in. I had been shopping for literally months for an affordable Ultrabook with a touchscreen, backlit keys, small footprint, an I5 CPU, and for under a grand. The closest one I could find was an Acer M5, but that one has all the USB connections in the back (yes, under the monitor hinge), and the power button is on the front edge?!? Silly design.

The HP Envy Touch 4 is nearly perfect for me, especially after the minor tweaks I have made, and plan on making. It would be perfect if it had an IPS screen. Like most TFT screens, you have to angle it right to get the most contrast. However, the screen looks better out of the box than the Acer M5. 4GB of ram is a little light for my Photoshop needs, but I can add more ram with the removal of the bottom casing. The first and easiest tweak involved a little angelic program called Classic Shell, which not only boots straight to the Windows 8 Desktop, but also adds a Windows 7 style Start Button! I have NO use for the Start Screen or Screen Formerly Known as Metro. I didn't when I beta-tested it, and I still don't. Metro is a shameless marketing ploy to get on the app bandwagon. Silly Microsoft! Apps are for kids!! With Classic Shell, you get all the familiarity of Windows 7, with all the speed of Windows 8.

The backlit keyboard is hard to find among the plethora of laptops out there, and this keyboard is perfect for me. I had considered an Asus Q500 laptop once, but the grey backlit keys were a turn-off. My last laptop was a 17-inch with a 10-key number pad, and I never used it as much as I thought I would. This keyboard is just the write size for the writing I do.
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This laptop runs windows8 flawlessly couldn't ask for a better experience. Screen is awesome, processor is fast and battery life is great
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I bought this computer and I think it is great. Nice Chiclet keyboard, decent (5 hours) battery life, backlit keyboard, Windows 8 (which I like) but the speaker isn't great. For Beats audio to be attached to the speaker quality you would never know it if it were not for the logo stamped on the speaker. It does get kinda hot underneath even with the HP CoolSense turned on but not nearly as hot as my old computer. The touchscreen is more useful than I thought it would be with Windows 8 [I think Windows 8 was meant for touchscreen computers). The touchscreen isn't really meant to be used all the time (although it can be), just occasionally when you want to access something immediately. It does feel heavy, actually it feels heavier than 5 pounds if you ask me, but it isn't. It does make up for its flaws in speed though. Everything takes like a couple seconds to load. Touchpad is a little stiff, speaker quality doesn't meet expectations, it gets quite warm underneath, and there is a button or two that always remains lit if the computer is on but other than that for under $600 you can't beat it.
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- Strong price point for a touchscreen enabled laptop
- backlit keyboard a tremendous benefit
- good to excellent battery life
- touchpad improved over previous HP Envy iterations, though still not perfect
- touchscreen is responsive and accepts frame-to-screen swiping
- the audio speakers by BEATS are outstanding!
- Solid hinge design keeps screen where you put it.

- Within 12-18 months many bargain ultrabooks will have same features at lower prices.
- Indicator light for backlit keyboard (and wireless on/off) is ALWAYS on and is very bright
- Windows 8 plus HP touchpad a recipe for disaster from accidental palm movements during typing
- *The most god-awful Power button I've ever encountered*
- Heat vents akwardly placed.

As of mid 2013, the 1115dx is an above average laptop with a terrific price point. It sports features such as a touchscreen and backlit keyboard that are usually reserved for laptops in price range that is $200-$300 higher (or more). Having said that, it does have some faults that really take the shine off it's otherwise impressive feature list. The first, and to me most annoying, is the Power on/off button. It is placed above the keyboard and to the left of the outstanding "Beats" audio speakers. This placement means it had to be recessed so that it is not activated when you close the lid. It is very narrow in design, and takes quite a bit of force to press down on, much more than any other laptop I've worked with in over 20 years. Most people will need to use the very tip of their finger; an uncomfortable sensation to say the least. Even ladies with small hands will find this difficult at times and gentlemen with larger fingers will be frustrated daily with how difficult it is .
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This is a fantastic laptop. The time to wake up from sleep is just a second or two, and programs start instantly. The keyboard is responsive and the touchscreen is very well designed. Although I don't use the trackpad very often, as the touchscreen is so much easier, I have no complaints with that either. My only negative comments regarding the laptop are with the battery life and the screen itself. The battery life on this laptop is quite poor in my opinion, only lasting 4 hours or so with constant use. As such, this laptop needs to be close to a power outlet if you plan on using it for an extended period of time. The touchscreen itself, although fantastic to use, does get smudged with fingerprints very quickly, and if you try to watch a movie on the laptop, these fingerprint smudges do get in the way. The speakers work well. They are louder than your typical laptop speakers, but like all laptop speakers, don't expect rich sound out of them.

All in all, I am very pleased with this purchase. windows 8 was built for touch, and using the touch features of this laptop make work as well as media consumption significantly more enjoyable and efficient.
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