The HP Envy X360 15 is a stylish, powerful, 2-in-1 laptop. It is the best suggestion for a student computer. It is convertible and has powerful internal components. The Envy x360 has geared hinges that let users rotate the screen around to either tent mode or full-on tablet mode.
HP Envy 15 powered by a Core i7-8550U. The 8550U processor provides more than enough performance for office and Internet applications. Its processor offers sufficient processing power for all common applications.
The laptop weighs 4.7 pounds and measures 15.6 inches; it is a little bit heavy to carry around, especially compared to the lightweight 13-inch laptops that have become so popular.
The HP Envy X360 15 is made from aluminum. HP has carefully beveled the back edges and polished them to give the machine an angular profile. The Envy x360 renders clear images on its 15.6 inches’ screen.
HP has once again sourced BOE Technology for its touchscreen, but with a little different panel ID than last year’s model. Therefore, the display quality and colors are very similar to the two generations.
Sound quality from the B&O stereo speakers is enough well and the maximum volume is sufficiently loud. There is no rattling, static, or major imbalances when on higher volume settings.
HP has upped the internal battery capacity on this latest iteration to 55.8Wh.