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The new HP Envy 13 is all I was hoping for, the new MacBook Air: fast, attractive, and affordable. No wonder; the previous model was number one on our best college laptop page for over a year
Instead, the company provided us with an even better version with a more elegant design, a brighter and brighter display, and first-class speakers. Combine this with long battery life (in 1080p), a comfortable keyboard and reasonable price, and it becomes difficult to understand why someone would buy a MacBook Air instead of Envy 13.
Laptop HP Envy 13 Price and Configuration Options
We reviewed two versions of the HP Envy 13: the base version of the FHD with a Core i5 processor and the 4K model with a Core i7 processor.
The Envy 13 base model we are testing costs $ 799 and is equipped with a 1080p touch screen, Core i5-8265U processor, 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB solid-state drive. If you need more power, HP is selling another FHD model with a Core i7-8565U processor, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of SSD for $ 999.
For just $ 20, you can upgrade from integrated UHD 620 graphics to the Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics card, and an additional $ 120 doubles the amount of RAM from 8 to 16 GB.
The 4K unit we are considering costs $ 1159 and has a Core i7-8565U processor, 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB SSD and MX250 graphics. If this is not enough, a 1 TB drive costs an additional $ 220.
I can’t remember the last time I looked at Envy, Specter or EliteBook, in which the design of the Apple MacBook was not ashamed. Echoing the look of its predecessor, this 2019 Envy 13 has a sleek silver metal frame with a stylish HP chrome logo centered on the lid.
Also on the deck is a thin power button with an LED strip, opposite the fingerprint sensor. The chrome trim around the touch panel and the slightly unobtrusive corporate identity of Envy and HP give this laptop a reasonably priced aesthetic.
The Envy 13’s thin bezels are made from the more expensive HP Specter laptops. Although the narrow black border around the Envy panel is not as thin as on some Dell and Asus laptops, it provides an immersive viewing experience without sacrificing a webcam.
Envy 13 is located on a flat trailing edge that drops below the base when you lift the lid and tilt the deck slightly down. From what we saw on Asus and Dell laptops, this feature makes printing more comfortable and improves airflow.
Another clever feature is the concave edges of the Envy 13. If you’ve ever owned an ultrabook, you know how hard it is to open the lid. The angles bent inward on the lid and base of the Envy 13 solve this problem, giving your fingers a place to grip.
Ports In Laptop HP
HP used a smart hinged mechanism called a “jaw” to install USB 3.1 Type-A ports on each side of the Envy 13. These inputs can be used to connect legacy peripherals — such as mice, keyboards, or external webcams — without a key but we worry about the long-term reliability of this extra moving part.
Also on the left side of the Envy 13 is a USB-C port and a headphone jack, and on the right side is a microSD card reader and power connector.
Sorry, no Thunderbolt 3 port
The 13.3-inch 1080p Envy 13-based touchscreen display is just as good as the 4K touchscreen, if not better. Although both touch panels are very crisp and vibrant, the FHD version is even brighter than the high-resolution panel.
When I watched the trailer dedicated to the adaptation of Mulan, I saw a complex floral pattern in the traditional clothes of a warrior and small beads pasted on her helmet. Mulan’s combat outfit was a bright red color that stood out against the backdrop of a barren snow landscape. Although the 4K screen looked quite saturated, its colors did not look as lively as on the 1080p display.
I found the Envy 4K touchscreen to be quite responsive when I sketched some notes on a screenshot taken with Microsoft Snip & Sketch. I had no problem using the on-screen keyboard to enter URLs or draft letters.
Despite this, the Envy 13 FHD and 4K panels look pretty bright due to the brightness. With 411 nits of brightness on a 1080p panel and 397 nits of peak brightness on a 4K display, the Envy 13 easily outshines displays on 9 Pro (254 nits), Surface Laptop 2 (321 nits), ZenBook S UX333FA (225 nits) laptops and an average premium laptop ( 346 nits).
Keyboard and touchpad
However, I would change a few things about the keyboard. The HP ink used on the keys has a slightly sticky feel that slows my fingers. As well as a weighty 81 grams of force needed to actuate each key. Despite this, the Envy 13 keyboard is better than most thin laptops.
I typed 119 words per minute with an accuracy of 94% in the test for speed 10fastfingers.com, which almost matches my usual result with a speed of 119 rpm, the exact result is 95%.
HP finally adopted Precision drivers, and the Envy 13 touchpad is better for it. I had no problems executing Windows 10 gestures, such as zooming or four-finger zooming, to open the Action Center on a 4.3 x 2.2-inch surface.
We tested two versions of Envy 13: the base model with a Core i5-8265U processor and 8 GB of RAM, as well as the 4K model with an Intel Core i7-8565U processor and 16 GB of RAM.
The 4K Envy 13 went through my real-world performance test by quickly downloading 20 Google Chrome tabs with several YouTube videos in the background playing 1080p. Then I was able to download the trailer for Mulan while watching the 3rd season of “Stranger Things” on Netflix, all without stuttering. At this point, laptop fans started to play, but they were not annoying.
The Envy 13 versions for Core i5 and Core i7 worked well in our synthetic tests, scoring 15 147 and 15 738 points according to Geekbench 4, respectively. Notebook 9 Pro (15.432; Core i7-8565U) is between these results, while both Envy 13 models are ahead of Surface Laptop 2 (12.744; Core i5-8250U), ZenBook S UX333UA (15110; Core i5-8265U) and average by category (15 085). They also embarrassed the MacBook Air (7880).