|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Processor||2.5 GHz Core i5 7200U|
|RAM||8 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||256 GB Flash Memory Solid State|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 620|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||14 hours|
HP ENVY 13-ab016nr Notebook (Intel Core i5-7200U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) with Windows 10
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- Why buy: A thin and light, all-metal laptop with booming audio and processing power to handle all of your tasks on the go.
- Processor: 7th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7200U Processor, Dual-Core, 2.5GHz up to 3.1GHz; Fast, responsive performance and more natural, intuitive interactions with your PC.
- Display: 13.3-inch diagonal Full HD (1920x1080) IPS eDP BrightView WLED-backlit; 2.07 million pixels for crystal-clear visuals and vibrant images.
- Memory: 8GB LPDDR3 SDRAM; Use multiple applications at the same time without slowing down.
- Solid-state drive: 256 GB PCIe NVMe M.2; Up to 17x faster performance than a traditional notebook hard drive.
- More productive. Windows 10 is the best for bringing ideas forward and getting things done.
- Battery life: Up to 14 hours; Take on the day without worrying about recharging.
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|Full HD display: 2 million pixels for crystal-clear visuals and vibrant image quality||13.3-inch diagonal|
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|Why buy||Sleek design complements your favorite device, and fits comfortably anywhere||Fashionably classic and ruggedly durable||Charges most HP laptops with up to 17.3-inch diagonal screen size, a tablet, and a smartphone||1 month of 24/7 support for any brand of PC or tablet||Lightweight, compact design allows these speakers to fit nearly anywhere||Pushing the limits of thin in an eye-catching design|
|2.4GHz wireless connection reliably keeps you hooked up||The distinctive distressed leather is enhanced with heavy stitching||Provides a full charge to most HP laptops, charges a tablet up to three times, and a smartphone up to 10 times||Receive friendly one-on-one expert assistance over the phone or by protected remote computer access||Turn up the volume with 2.4 watts of clear, crisp stereo sound output||Edge-to-edge ultra-wide viewing angle display|
|Up to 16 months of life on a single AA battery||Faux-suede lining provides soft scratch-resistant walls for your notebook||With power priority, you control the order in which your devices charge||Enjoy worry-free and accessible expertise to solve your toughest tech issues||Strict HP standards and guidelines ensure long-lasting quality||Vivid entertainment in Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution|
|The wide magnetic flap is easy to open and close while securing your notebook||Organized inter-pocket cable routing eliminates tangles||USB powered so you can enjoy your music anywhere, without worrying about where to plug in||True-to-life color with Technicolor Color Certification|
|A built-in heat sensor monitors backpack temperature and adjusts accordingly||Deep bass and crystal-clear treble with a 20Hz–20KHz frequency range|
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To give a little background, I pre-ordered this laptop after doing a sizable amount of research on several different laptops that fit my general needs and it arrived on the 15th of November (I've had it for about two weeks now). My brother owns the HP-Spectre 2-in-1 and a couple of friends own older models of the HP-ENVY-15. The large majority of my friends have MacBooks. That being said, these are the machines I will be comparing it to in order to give a general feel for the laptop. Sorry for the long review, but since the product is new I'd like to give my own personal opinion that isn't a "get a free product to give us 5 stars" type of review.
Starting at the price of $700 (I bought it for $750 actually), it is more than half that of a MacBook Pro and slightly more than half a MacBook (2016 models) and also cheaper or the same price as OLDER ENVY-13 models on amazon. At this price point, you are getting the standard 8GB of RAM with a 256GB SSD (a must in my book). The HP Spectre offers a 128GB SSD at a price point of $999 new at the time of this review. This ENVY 13 also has the newest 7th generation i5-7200U, and while it's not a quad-core CPU, that wasn't what I was looking for in a laptop. For browsing and medium media consumption, it will work just fine, and it has a slight edge over older models of the ENVY and the spectre which are running 6th generation processors. For context, I streamed 4K video from YouTube to my 50-inch 1080p TV through HDMI, and though the area where the processor lies (right above the keyboard, P.S. the fans release right under the bottom bezel [which is quite large]) was quite hot, it managed to keep going and produce constant video. Port wise, this machine overs more than sufficient connections and will probably last me a good while without the need for a port. In case the description/picture don't give you a good view... on the left you have a microSD card slot, USB type C, and headphone jack. On the right, the power cord slot lies with the HDMI, and two USB 3.1's. As a rule of thumb, battery life listed is always going to be the best they can possible sap from it. 14 hours is like lowest brightness with minimal usage. My personal estimate from daily use is 4-6 hours of constant work/play and anywhere from 7-10 with more moderate usage on a reasonable brightness setting with the only time I ever really got even the HP battery estimate over 10 hours was quite literally lowest brightness setting and I just left the laptop sitting (again these are more estimates than fact, and so far the laptop hasn't died on me before I was able to get to my charger). The design on the ENVY 13 is stellar, rocking the new HP logo, a nice backlit keyboard that I personally prefer over my friends' macbooks, and a sleek form factor. However, I will say the build quality is sub-par to the macbook, which I garnered as much since I still think MacBooks are the golden standard for build quality. For example, the bezel on the screen isn't great, and there is a good deal of flex in the screen. In addition, the hinge is wobbly, and while it won't jiggle while typing or moving the laptop, it doesn't seem the sturdiest. Since the laptop has only been available for 2-3 weeks, I doubt any reviews as of now can tell you if it lasted very long yet (my bet is that if anything, the hinge will start to deteriorate and I've heard the same problems that existed in the 2015 model are still present in this one, just better looking). However, I do appreciate the almost all aluminum (or at least I think it is aluminum) brushed finish. Overall, the small body, relative light weight, and ease of carrying in my backpack while still having enough horsepower make it ideal for me personally.
Aside from the build quality, my biggest complaint would have to be the trackpad. Comparing it to even the spectre, this thing is tiny. Not tiny to the point of unusable, but it's smaller than most I've seen (I don't think this is a good thing, but maybe you might). The tracking isn't great, I find it backpeddling from time to time for some reason. Also, periodically it seems to phantom click (I don't know the best way to describe this, but at times I can be hovering whilst not clicking, but it registers a click). This isn't super frequent, but it happens enough to be noticeable. If you're use to a MacBook's trackpad, this will be a step-down for sure.
Again, if you're not a huge iOS guy and you want to save quite literally another $600-900, this is a fine replacement. The HP ENVY 15 is more or less the same, and might provide slightly better specs for less money, but the clunkiness and aesthetic was not for me. A convertible and/or the ability for a touchscreen wasn't enough for me to sacrifice storage and performance for an otherwise more expensive and even less durable design in the Spectre (but it does look amazing, I will give it that).
- Minimum plastic, as almost all is built from aluminum.
- The design closely resembles as a MacBook.
- When opening it up the back hinge raises the keyboard which makes it extremely comfortable when typing.
- Backlit keyboard.
- SSD drive is fast and a great upgrade to have on any computer.
- Battery life can reach close to 14 hours, but with video / programming usage it’ll last to 8 hours.
- Sufficient volume limit.
- The latest the USB 3.1 is built in (of course you’re getting HDMI, headset jack, etc.).
- A Decent webcam that is still in good use when dealing with low lighting.
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are both consistent and no problems in connectivity.
- The charging on this system is incredibly fast. The battery life can grow from 0 to 60% after only an hour plugged in.
- Responsive glass trackpad.
- Around .6-.7 inches thick. Nice and thin.
- Its UWVA technology is able to hold its ground to create a decent viewing in brightness when the sun is right at it.
Cons and Oks:__________
- Weight is around 3.3 lbs.
- Even with large openings the speakers are small but are still decent enough to listen.
- Glossy screen makes it highly reflective.
- There are numerous complaints that the hinges are the same in the previous model. I know that the previous model hinges would break down after almost a year in use so I hope this model is the exception.
- Bloatware when starting it up such as Dropbox, McAfee, Livesafe, Office 365, etc.
- Not the best in gaming. An average of medium to low in graphics to get a somewhat decent fps rate.
- 250 GB is not a larger hard drive. Way too small in the world we live in.
- No standard touchscreen.
- Difficult to upgrade the memory as it’s soldered to the motherboard.
If you don’t want to buy a MacBook this is where you’ll go. The SDD is a super perk to have as those who are programmers, Photoshop users, and designers will all be able to use this computer without drawbacks. The concept is design for those who are on the go but still want an above quality laptop when dealing with some stronger programs.
Overall, I love the fact that you can extend the battery life to almost 14 hours without sacrificing much in experience. It’s a respected laptop and even though it’s low in storage, it’ll still be a useful tool to all. Verdict: It’s fast, great in battery life, and overall can stand its ground with your day to day operations, at home or on the road.
Hopefully, I was helpful to you all.
I wanted something that was powerful enough to run Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as something that I could code on and this machine fits the bill. The Kaby Lake core i5 processor (the latest generation chip) coupled with 8 GB of RAM really makes this thing fly. The 1920x1080 pixel screen has a great color profile with decent contrast, and is one of the best screens I've seen in a sub $600 laptop, and images are vivid and crisp on this beautifully bright IPS panel. I've had no issues with overheating or a loud fan as some people have noted, and I've put it through its paces.
The build quality on this is awesome, with it's all aluminum body. Very solid and feels good to carry around. It's also a very stylish, attractive machine that rivals the design of a macbook. It's also very easy to type on this (which was a big selling point for me
The solid state drive in this thing enables Windows to boot in under 8 seconds, and it has a very high read/write speed.
The touchpad is very responsive and a pleasure to use, handling Windows 10 gestures perfectly, making web surfing a breeze.
Battery life is great, and I've averaged about 8-9 hours on a charge, and this machine charges fast too... I've gotten a full charge from 5% to 100% in about an hour and a half.
Overall I'm very pleased with this purchase, and would recommend it to anyone looking to buy an affordable ultraportable laptop. Fast, stylish and a great screen makes this machine a pure gem. Don't hesitate to purchase it, I'd definitely buy it again.