|Screen Size||17.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Processor||2.3 GHz Core i7-3610QM|
|RAM||8 GB SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||1.08 TB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon HD 7960M|
|Chipset Brand||AMD, Intel|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1024 MB|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 hours|
HP Envy 17-3290NR 17.3-Inch 3D Laptop (Silver)
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- 3rd generation Intel Core i7-3610QM Processor 2.30GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.30GHz
- 8GB DDR3 RAM
- Dual drive - 1.08TB dual drive (80GB mSATA SSD + 1TB 5400RPM HDD)
- 17.3" Radiance full HD 3D Infinity LED-backlit (1920 x 1080)
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
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There wasn't much bloatware on the system, which is great for once. The speakers are rather nice for a laptop, it has two headphone jacks on the left side and two display ports and an HDMI port on the right side. Unfortunately, the HDMI port is too far up on the right side. So, it's near your mouse hand if you're right handed. However, on the rare occasions I plug my computer into an HDMI cord, it's because I'm using my computer for whatever reason with my TV; so wouldn't be using my computer directly anyway..but still annoying nonetheless. I like the touchpad, which is unusual for me. It operates multi-touch kind of like an I-pad or I-pod. You can also turn it on or off directly through the touchpad by double-tapping in the corner of it. The screen is glossy and the colors are vivid thanks to the glossiness. However, this also means it reflects like crazy. But, this being a 17" laptop and not that portable--for me anyway, I don't really see this as an issue as it probably won't be leaving home. One thing that worries me is the slot drive.Read more ›
The build quality is pretty strong and it's a fast machine. It replaced an aging Dell Studio 1745. Like others said, the battery is integrated, but I never swapped batteries in my Dell. While I wish the battery would hang on a little longer, it''s adequate enough to lug into the conference room for 1-2 meetings.
Yes, it is a large machine. It serves a niche for those of us that want a single machine that does it all. The Envy fits the bill nicely.
- processor: Intel i7 3612QM instead of 3610QM (slightly lower power consumption)
- monitor: 2D instead of 3D
- disc: only 1Tb HDD, no SSD drive
I made the following additions to the product:
- Crucial m4 256Gb mSata SSD drive: the 1Tb magnetic drive is a bad performance bottleneck and the 256Gb SSD used as system drive allows the computer to run 3-4 Windows XP or Linux virtual machines flawlessly
- matte screen protector: the glass-covered display is way too reflective, so that the matte cover improves usability radically
- wireless mouse: I just can't get used to any touchpad, but that's probably my fault
- performances: great CPU, good GPU, fast with SSD drive
- expansion: good. 1 Sata6 2.5" bay, 1 Sata3 2.5" bay, 1 Sata6 mSata bay, 4 usb3, 1 Hdmi, 2 Display port
- battery: lasts up to 6-7 hours of my normal use (internet, writing, light web development) and 3 hours of intensive gaming. I appreciate HP battery management, as it doesn't continue to charge a full battery when connected to the network: I had this problems with Acer notebooks and it took painfully careful management or the battery would die too soon
- display: good, not an IPS one, but a TN display with good viewing angle, contrast and color rendition; just too reflective
- audio: just the greatest notebook audio I ever heard
- keyboard: good. To dim/increase backlight you should press the keyboard backlight button plus up/down arrows (this was not in the manuals and I had some issue as it was my first backlit keyboard)
- heating: none at all.Read more ›
Personally, I would never buy the 17" model for myself as it really becomes more of a desktop replacement at that point and not very mobile. However, my Dad loves the larger size and he is very happy with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this laptop for business use - it has lots of internal storage expandability (2 internal 2.5" drive bays plus an mSATA boot SSD). Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Jason Arnold
NOTE: I am writing to express my dissatisfaction and discontent with the state of the 3D glasses is the hp laptop i7 Envy 3D. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Fire
Performance is not that great, WiDi doesnt work, doesnt have switchable graphics as advertised. HP support is awful. Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by manyvan2000
Seller was very fast to ship and product arrived without any damages.
The Envy 3D is sleek and fast, 3D works very well with the included glasses. Read more
This is fantastic. The laptop have everything I need, and a extra bay for another 2.5 Hard Disk. I Recommend another SSD 1 TB for it.Published on December 17, 2012 by MarcosG
It is very good more then what I expected...perfect desktop replacement Laptop..
Only concern is 80GB SSD Hard Drive, it should have been at least 128GB. Read more
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