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HP ENVY 17-3090NR 17.3 Inch Laptop (Black/Silver)

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  • Intel 2.20 GHz
  • 8 GB SDRAM
  • 830 GB 7690 rpm Hard Drive
  • 17.3-Inch ScreenHD 7690M XT
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Screen Size17.3 inches
Max Screen Resolution1920x1080 pixels
Processor2.2 GHz Core i7-2670QM
RAM8 GB SDRAM
Hard Drive830 GB SATA
Graphics CoprocessorAMD Radeon HD 7690M XT - 1024 MB GDDR5 SDRAM
Graphics Card Ram Size1024 MB
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 3
Average Battery Life (in hours) 5.5 hours
Brand NameHP
SeriesEnvy
Item model numberENVY 17-3090NR
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemWindows 7 Home Premium
Item Weight11.5 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H20.20 x 5.90 x 13.60 inches
Color Black/Silver
Processor BrandIntel
Processor Count2
Computer Memory TypeSODIMM
Flash Memory Size80
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA
Hard Drive Rotational Speed7690 RPM
Optical Drive TypeSlot-loading Blu-ray player and SuperMulti DVD burner
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  
Additional Information
ASINB006WQ5W9K
Best Sellers Rank #14,643 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 15, 2012
  
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Enjoy a new dimension with 3D technology on the HP ENVY 17-3090NR, which comes with a pair of 3D Active Shutter Glasses. Watch Blu-ray DVDs on a large 17.3-inch diagonal Full HD LED-backlit display that delivers life-like colors in 2D and 3D. Hear music the way the artist intended using Beats Audio and experience fast gaming with a powerful processor and HD video graphics. This HP laptop also has a large dual drive to store your music library, videos and more. Plus, you can stream content wirelessly to an HD TV using Intel Wireless Display. Keep your HP laptop powered for up to 5 hours and 30 minutes using the extended life battery. The HP ENVY 17-3090NR notebook is a work of art with a durable and stylish all-aluminum body in nero black and natural silver. The HP TrueVision Webcam and HP Radiance Backlit Keyboard make working in low-light environments easy, too. Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth help you connect and sync your HP laptop to a printer, MP3 player or smartphone without using cables. You can also transfer photos directly from a memory card to your notebook PC. With the ENVY 17, it's all about ultimate performance and ultimate style in 3D with full HD.

Product Description

Enjoy a new dimension with 3D technology on the HP ENVY 17-3090NR, which comes with a pair of 3D Active Shutter Glasses. Watch Blu-ray DVDs on a large 17.3-inch diagonal Full HD LED-backlit display that delivers life-like colors in 2D and 3D. Hear music the way the artist intended using Beats Audio and experience fast gaming with a powerful processor and HD video graphics. This HP laptop also has a large dual drive to store your music library, videos and more. Plus, you can stream content wirelessly to an HD TV using Intel Wireless Display. Keep your HP laptop powered for up to 5 hours and 30 minutes using the extended life battery. The HP ENVY 17-3090NR notebook is a work of art with a durable and stylish all-aluminum body in nero black and natural silver. The HP TrueVision Webcam and HP Radiance Backlit Keyboard make working in low-light environments easy, too. Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth help you connect and sync your HP laptop to a printer, MP3 player or smartphone without using cables. You can also transfer photos directly from a memory card to your notebook PC. With the ENVY 17, it's all about ultimate performance and ultimate style in 3D with full HD.

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I received a month ago and I am very happy with it it boots in less than 20 seconds.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By John kaufman on March 9, 2012
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My 2 1/2 yr old AMD dual core HP was not working very well anymore, I am a power user and it just can't keep up with having two screens running, outlook open with 4000 e-mails, 10 word documents, 2 spreadsheets, 20 chrome tabs, 20 internet explorer tabs, skype, and ringcentral running phone calls over a usb headset. The old laptop was overheating and locking up constantly.

I wanted to get a laptop that could keep up, so I considered everything from Asus ROG to MSI and Alienware, before settling my choice on this laptop. For the bang for the buck it's a winner. and it's a triditional size macbook clone looking laptop so it's light and portable unlike the true gaming laptops.

It reboots FAST - 10 open programs, closed and completely rebooted and all startup programs done in approx 1 minute. This took approx 10 minutes on my old laptop. It also has 8 usable cores, so even when pushing it HARD (2 screens at 1080p) with similar usage as expressed above, it's generally running 2 cores at 5% and 6 at almost nothing, with an occasional spike on one or two cores up to about 20%. Office 2010 professional programs start INSTANTLY as does everything else that is installed on the SSD drive.

ONE NOTE - it comes pre-configured to store all of the my documents, my videos, my pictures, etc... on the SSD which will fill it up very quickly. I had to go on the Microsoft help site to figure out how to re-map the "library" folders to work on the larger traditional drive. Once I did that it fixes that problem.

The only other complaint is that I wish the recovery partitions, etc... were on the larger drive. This thing ships with only about 20-30GB of usable space on the SSD drive because of the extra partitions using up space.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rickey C. Miller on June 11, 2012
I bought this direct from HP with a discount at about $1400 with a SSD and 750 GB extra HD. I only got the 8GB of RAM. This is a media beast and does cause Envy from Mac users.

One thing of caution. I think there may be a design flaw with the heat vents in the back as they blow right onto the screen. I returned it once to HP to fix a burnt out key and a ding on the case by the USB port. I am NOW sending it back again for a flickering screen. At first I thought it was a software issue, but after updating almost everything from HP and even trying video drivers from the manufacturers, it has to be a hardware issue.

I think HP is onto something with this series and has great potential, but their QA/QI and engineers have their work cut out for them. Maybe they're taking plays out of the MS X-Box 360 play book. Create an awesome product, that fails periodically. I don't mind sending back a video game machine, but a laptop could be crippling to productivity. Help us out here HP!

Update 8/2012
So they sent me a 3200 after six months of issues. It is long past due. I hope the China manufacturing issues have been resolved. It seems to be blazing fast with 64 bit programs so far.

Update 9/2012
I think the 3200 version has solved a lot of issues I was having. No trackpad problems, no reving of the fan endlessly and using heavy Adobe software has not caused overheating. My screen works fine now. So now I can say the second time was worth it and am happy to not have gone over to a Mac. I can now move it to 5 stars. It only took 7 months though...
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Oceanside on June 5, 2012
I've had my HP Envy for about 6 weeks now. Overall happy w/ it. I upgraded the RAM and CPU and have been doing some HD video editing; so far, so good. Nice screen, nice audio, easy to use volume control, and has desktop power.

The one serious irritation I have with it is the keyboard/touchpad--and that can be fairly annoying. Often when I am typing, the cursor will jump to some random place in a document and by the time I look at the screen, i have no idea where or how it got there. Takes time to cut/paste to correct the error. There also seem to be some keyboard shortcuts that perhaps I am unaware of and accidentally hitting--have had to do a bit of research to correct some of the changes that seem to happen out of nowhere. It may be that the thumbs, even though not physically touching the pad, are close enough to reposition the cursor in some cases.

Keys also seem to vary in terms of pressure needed--another annoyance. OFten they will respond well, but sometimes, even after hearing the key hit, nothing appears on the screen and I have to go back and hit it a few more times before the character appears. All of this tends to disrupt the flow of typing and work and diminish efficiency, hence the three stars.

Before you chalk it up to "user error"--I've used laptops and touchpads exclusively for the last 15 years, everything from Dell to Lenovo to Gateway, and never, ever had this problem before.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amytris Faus on February 11, 2012
I recently tried ASUS G73SW-A1 Republic of Gamers 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop.
I returned it and got this instead.
The D/L speed MIGHT just be one tenth of a second slower, BUT:
The color is greatly superior, with more subtle adjustability.
(light pink, pale blue, orange, lemon yellow, if one prefers that for certain projects over
Hot pink, Burnt sienna, indigo, or lime green yellows).
But even though there is a little more subtlety...
The LED screens will NEVER have the mellow tone of LCD,
(hoping that LED monitors go the way of the 8 track tape...soon
LED is like a cold polar sun,as opposed to the south of France ambience).
The sound is FAR better, with overtones rather than a hollow echo.
The half size up/down arrows do not bother me at all.
The keyboard layout is very pleasing, and the track pad is not overly slick.
The mouse buttons are wider than the ASUS so i do not keep hitting the frame by mistake.
I bought it direct from HP compaq (who have always provided excellent phone support.
This was considerably LESS $ than the ASUS.
And was packed with great care in 3 separate boxes.
Delivered lightening fast bt FEDEX on a Saturday.
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