HP Envy 17.3 Has a Big 4K Screen and Also Intel Alder Lake

The new HP Envy 17.3 is a classic notebook with a processor Intel Alder Lake P and a large 4K display in the latest hardware update. This notebook is the latest release from the manufacturer for 2022. They seem to want to make this new device able to target more users. And if seen, what is expected might happen.

Unlike the new convertible from HP, the new refresh of this new device is a classic notebook. Partly due to the large 17.3-inch screen, this laptop weighs just under 2.5 kg. If you look at it, it turns out to be quite large with dimensions of 398.2 mm x 259.1 mm.

For the screen, the manufacturer provides 2 options for consumers in the market. The first is a choice between a 4K display (3840 x 2160 pixels), which comes with a brightness of 400 nits. Then the second is the Full HD variant with a maximum of 300 nits with and without a touch screen. Both options also include space warrants DCI-P3 which is the latest technology.

HP Envy 17.3 details and also specifications

The HP Envy 17.3 is equipped with the i5-1240P or i7-1260P, as well as the i5-1235U or i7-1255U. This laptop is also equipped with 8GB, 16GB or 32GB of DDR4 RAM including a clock rate of 3200 MHz in dual channel mode. SSD NVMe M.2 optionally 512 GB or 1 TB internal size. This is already a good specification for office use as well as daily use.

On the other hand, this laptop exclusively relies on the integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics unit. The battery capacity of 55 watts per hour is also not less or not too much. For other features, there is an HP camera that uses True Vision technology with 5MP IR. Then, there’s the privacy shutter and MediaTek Wi-Fi 6 series MT7921 or Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211 series, both including Bluetooth 5.2, on offer.

The HP Envy 17.3 laptop can be ordered in the US now direct from HP. The entry-level price is $1,099.99, while the top model with a 4K display, 32GB RAM, and i7-1255U retails for $1,969.99. It is currently unclear when the notebook will be available in Indonesia. In the US, deliveries will begin on June 20.

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