Thursday, 20 March 2014

Hp envy 17 | Review





It is true that super-thin laptops—commonly known as ultrabooks—have captured people’s imagination for the straightforward reason that they're skinny and stylish, are fast to come back to life, and provides people an easy and hassle-free work and entertainment expertise. most vital, people like such quick devices over desktops because of their quality advantage. however imagine a desktop-kind of a personal computer that's a classy piece of hardware with brisk performance and ideal for good everyday computing?
After all, you can not kind out a 200-word email on your movable or tablet screen, can you?

HP Envy 17 Leap Motion TouchSmart Special Edition (SE) notebook has all the options of a speedy laptop— fast waking up, brisk performance in a gorgeous style. At 3.43 kg, it's definitely not crafted for quality, unless in fact you're keen on building your wrist and hand muscles. it's a computer that have to be compelled to take up residence in your comfort zone wherever you'll address your office-related work or cherish observation a moving-picture show, paying attention to music or surfing the web. The new Envy carries a retail tag of   Rs 1,18,711.

Hewlett-Packard claims that its Envy 17 is that the world’s initial notebook computer with Leap Motion technology. If you have got seen Tom Cruise’s 2002 american science fiction thriller film Minority Report, you’ll most likely be able to connect with Leap Motion technology higher. Basically, it (Envy 17) senses natural hand and finger movements within the air for simple navigation and management, providing pinpoint accuracy to create games, modeling and shows come back to life. Physical contact looks thus quaint, however additional thereon later.

At my end, I unwrapped this rather significant machine (Envy 17-j102TX Leap Motion TouchSmart SE) and placed it in my comfort zone—in the television room and on a not-so-old study table wherever I probe all the new-age devices. This Envy may be a metal laptop computer with a 17.3-inch diagonal full HD show and positively not lightweight however somewhat transportable for those on the heavier facet. The metal chassis is durable and appears nice. The keyboard is comfy and in actual usage, it's fairly aware of typing. Its wide touchpad is additionally responsive and that i didn’t feel any lag or unregularity.The full-HD 17.3-inch screen offers an imposingly sharp resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and its size and vibrancyoffers a pleasant viewing expertise whether or not you're browsing the web, looking at a pic or taking part in a game. There’s a DVD drive on board and a wealth of ports dotted around its chunky sides.

Probing the innards, the laptop computer comes with 4th Generation Intel Core i7 mobile processor, 8 GB PC3-12800 DDR3L memory, one TB Serial ATA hard drive, 8x SuperMultimode DVD author and Beats Audio withsmart quality sound. it's Windows 8 as its OS and Nvidia GeForce GT 750M graphics. Since it's a multimediasystem laptop computer 1st and foremost, the Envy 17 needs a lot of cupboard space, and therefore the oneTB HDD delivers.


The notebook provides quicker and additional responsive expertise.


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