HP will be presenting a new version of its Envy 14 premium notebook, in addition to a variety of business products at CES 2021. The device, which measures 14 inches in 16:10 format, has more power to support creative tasks and should last for up to 16 hours.
AMD, Nvidia would like to be at the virtual consumer electronics fair with their new mobile processors, graphics cards and other hardware, but HP prefers to launch its notebooks using well-known and powerful hardware. The HP Envy 14 will feature the 11th Intel Core generation. It will primarily use the Core i5-1135G7 quad-core processor, which can reach speeds of up to 4.2 GHz. The integrated graphics can be combined with the Nvidia GeForce GTX1650 Ti Max-Q design dedicated graphics.
Rapid SSDs, accurate colour reproduction, and Thunderbolt 4 are all possible
The HP Envy 14 should feature a 16:10 format display that displays “lifelike colors”, according to the manufacturer. Creative workers will appreciate the 100 percent sRGB coverage and a Delta E value below two. The 14-inch screen also features IPS technology, a touchscreen, and a 1920 x 1200pixel resolution. HP’s Envy 14 version (eb0010nr), also includes a 256GB NVMe SSD, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and a DDR4 RAM. They may differ depending on the price.
The new HP Envy 14 (2021), which also features WLAN-ax (WiFi 6), Bluetooth, Thunderbolt4(USB4 type-C), a fingerprint scanner, and a 720p camera, has other features. The battery life is the most important thing for many. HP claims that it can last up to 16.5 hours. January is the best time to start shopping for new laptops. The Envy 14 is priced at least $999 in the US. It is not yet known when and how much the Envy 14 will be delivered to Germany’s first customers.