HP Envy 13 Review

October 3, 2009

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Comparisons have been made by the nattering nabobs of Appleism that the HP Envy 13 is just a knock-off of the Macbook Pro 13-inch. This is the cowards way out and I shan’t stand for it. I will look at HP’s latest notebook – don’t call it a netbook! – as a harbinger of things to come.

The Envy 13 reflects a few trends in Windows hardware. First, consumers are realizing that notebooks are garbage. They are willing to pay a premium for a more powerful computer in a sex case. Second, Windows 7 is here and it’s ready to kick posterior and jot down identifying information.


The model we tested was running Windows 7 Professional and had an Intel Core Duo 2 L9600 processor running at 2.13 GHz. It also had 3GB of 1067 Mhz memory. Its GeekBench score was 2375. To put this into perspective, this ToughBook scored 1893 and something like the MSI Wind it 837. This is, needless to say, a full-bodied machine. Battery life hit about 3 hours of movie watching

Specifications :
Processor: 2.13GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SL9600
Memory: 3GB RAM
Storage: 250GB hard drive
Optical Drive: None
Screen: 13.1 inches (1,600x900 native resolution)
Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 (512MB)
Weight: 3.7 pounds
Dimensions (HWD): 0.8x12.6x8.5 inches
Operating System: Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)

source : various source

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