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July 15, 2012
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Go thin and light with the HP ENVY 4-1010us Sleekbook, an ultra-portable laptop that pumps up the volume with Beats Audio. Plus, stay more comfortable with HP CoolSense technology. Scroll and zoom with pinpoint precision using the HP Imagepad. And when you're working in low light environments, count on the HP TrueVision HD webcam and backlit keyboard.
The Sleekbook that’s up for anything. And always on.
Stay a step ahead with the HP ENVY 4-1010us, the Sleekbook with Beats Audio, a soft-touch base and smart technology that makes it easy to grab and go.
This Product Has
Hear music the way the artists intended, only from HP
A faster, easier, and more organized Windows, only from HP
Go fast day or night with the backlit keyboard
Simply touch to scroll, zoom and rotate with precision
Automatically keep data safe from accidental drops and bumps
Automatically keep your PC cool and comfortable on the go
Capture video or chat in brilliant HD—even in low light
Keep running smoothly with automated help right on your PC
Find key Windows Live and HP Recommended apps grouped together on the task bar and a box to customize with your own
Large Full HD display Enjoy ultra-sharp 1080p video on a wide screen
Built-in Blu-ray player Enjoy razor-sharp playback of Blu-ray discs
Intel WiDi ready Wirelessly stream your photos, videos, and other PC content to an HDTV
Dedicated graphics card Plunge into ultra-realistic videos and games powered by discrete graphics
Built-in CD/DVD burner Watch DVD movies, load software and burn videos to media
Built-in memory card slots Transfer photos from your memory cards in seconds
10-key numeric keypad Crunch numbers fast with the separate numeric keypad
Solid state drive Run faster and lower your risk of data loss
HDMI port View photos, videos and files stored on your PC on your HDTV
14.0" diagonal HD BrightView LED-backlit display (1366 x 768)
4GB installed memory
500GB 5400RPM hard drive with HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection
2nd generation Intel Core i3-2377M Processor
4-cell 52WHr lithium-ion polymer battery (up to 8 hrs, 45 mins of battery life)
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Weight and dimensions
3.86 lbs, 13.38"L x 9.28"W x 0.78"H
Brushed aluminum in midnight black with a red soft-touch base
Intel HD graphics 3000 with up to 1696MB total graphics memory
Intel 2x2 802.11b/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth with WiDi
1-year limited hardware warranty with toll-free support
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Thin and light Count on a sleek laptop that won't weigh you down
HD display Enjoy full-screen views of HD video
Beats Audio Hear music the way the artists intended, only from HP
HP CoolSense Technology Automatically keep your PC cool and comfortable on the go
Soft-touch base Grab your laptop and go
Backlit keyboard Keep up in darkly lit spaces
Extra safe Hard drive locks on sudden impact to protect your data
Always on E-mail, apps and more stay up to date even in sleep mode
Super responsive Start up in seconds and pick up where you left off
Automatically keep the HP ENVY 4-1010us, a Sleekbook, cool and comfortable on the go with HP CoolSense technology. Plus, hear music the way the artists intended using Beats Audio. At less than 1-inch slim and under 4 pounds, this ultra-thin and ultra-fast notebook is designed to help you do everything without weighing you down. Integrated Bluetooth helps you sync your HP laptop to other digital devices, like your smartphone or desktop PC, without using cables. Plus, print, e-mail and browse the web wirelessly using built-in Wi-Fi. Edit documents and watch videos on the 14.0-inch diagonal high-definition LED-backlit display. Stream content to your HD TV with Intel Wireless Display, too. The HP ENVY 4-1010us Sleekbook has plenty of style with the brushed aluminum finish in midnight black. You can video chat in low-light environments using the integrated HP TrueVision HD webcam. Plus, transfer photos from a memory card to your notebook using the digital media reader. HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection helps prevent data loss. And if you want to back up files on DVDs, pair your HP laptop with an external optical drive (sold separately) that can be plugged one of the USB ports.
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This laptop arrived and then went completely lifeless after two days. Had to send it to HP for repair. HP support was easy to work with but I was without the brand new laptop for a few weeks. It ended up needing a new motherboard.. so that was unfortunate.
Now that I've been using it for a while, here's the scoop. I wanted a simple windows laptop for work mainly because I don't like the way Office runs on a mac - Office and the mac appear to dislike each other. My preference is still my mac :) (Note - I ordered it in October so it came with Windows 7.)
Things I like: -it's lightweight -has a backlit keyboard that's also nice to type on - having it be backlit is an extremely great feature -the black and red casing is attractive and has a smooth feel -the screen is glossy, but it still looks fine/nice -it's pretty fast (i know, it's "slower" than the newer processors, but i3 is still fast) -plenty of hard drive space -4G of RAM is better than 2G -the trackpad is just ok (allows for two finger scrolling, pinching, etc - coming from a mac, I'm glad to have this) -there are dedicated volume and screen brightness buttons on the keyboard -beats audio sound is pretty good -bluetooth is convenient for connecting to the smartphone, pairing with a bluetooth speaker, adding a mouse -battery life is above average
Things I don't like: -the fan seems to run a lot even with coolsense .. it's not "loud", but you will notice it in a quiet setting..Read more ›
Review for HP Envy Laptop This is my first Vine review for a higher end technology product. This machine is $749.00 so I will give it the best review I can. When I compare it to my current laptop, I'll be comparing it to a Dell Inspiron N7010 (google it if you're interested). My Dell has its issues but has served me well since December, 2010. I bought it from a shopping channel for about $949.00. It came with a lot of extra software and is a 17.3" widescreen. I currently use Windows 8, consumer edition. One nice thing was the free addition of Office 2010, Student/Teacher edition. Not the testing/preview, the FULL edition. I still scratch my head as to WHY manufacturers put the trial (another name for it) edition of Office on computers. Just charge a little more and put at least the Student/Teacher edition. That's another debate for another time. Pros: I'm including packaging, shipping, and carrier: The Whole Kit and Caboodle! * Minimal packaging creates less carbon foot printing. The getting started is about an 11x17 sheet, front and back. You take it out, plug it in, hook up to wireless and you're off. If you can't do that, email me and I'll tutor you via the `net..lol. Seriously, it's very easy. * USB 3.0...yes! I'm surprised it isn't color coded but it's there. Now I can use the portable drive I accidentally bought. (OK..you can use a 3.0 on a 2.0 port...I know technology pretty well. ' ) * Keyboard....very nice (especially if you like working in the dark with the lighting of it); the feel of the keys is wonderful-comfortable, easy to press, the spacing is perfect! * Temperature-wise, it is one of the 'coolest' I've ever come across. No overheating! * The battery life is nice but NOWHERE near the 8 hours they brag about.Read more ›
UPDATE 27 NOV 2012: I've upgraded this from 4 to 5 stars after three weeks plus of use, primarily because of its "HP Imagepad" (the touchpad) which is very large and very responsive - once you get used to Windows 8 this touchpad works VERY well. I've compared this laptop to the similar HP Pavilion 14-b010us 14-Inch Laptop Sleekbook which has a different, VERY deficient Synaptics PS/2 Port Touchpad (smaller, less responsive). The "HP Imagepad" equipped laptops should be preferred equipment if you're going to be using Windows 8.
If you need an optical drive included in your laptop, DON'T GET THIS SPECIFIC PRODUCT (HP Envy 4-1010us Sleekbook). At this time, the specs on Amazon for this includes a "checklist" which explicitly says "Built-in-Blu Ray player" and "Built-in CD/DVD burner" which is not true. I think HP might be getting the specifications for other higher-end and pricier Ultrabook laptops in this line mixed up. On the bright side, it looked like this didn't have a backlit keyboard, but it does. Some sloppy quality control on the marketing end, but not the fault of the laptop. Do your homework on the specs before buying.
The software (Windows 8, etc.)
My HP Envy Sleekbook shipped with Windows 8 which I've never used before. When I ordered this the specs indicated it would ship with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit - more sloppy marketing description. I have a hard time divorcing a review of the laptop from the operating system, but that's almost impossible. My personal nature is that I hate every new interface, mostly because I've become familiar with my current one (which was new and hated at one time).Read more ›