HP Envy x360 15- Review/Cover By Manha Awais

HP Envy x360 15- Review
HP Envy x360 15- Review

What’s up? Today I partner with HP to share with you my experience of the 15 inches and the X 360 laptop. This is a 2 and 1 convertible, perfect for business and everyday use.

It’s available in a ton of different configurations and starts under 600$. But you never know when sales happen.

Let’s start with the build of the 15-inch N.V. X 360 laptop. It’s a nice metal build.

It feels solid. It’s easy to open with 1 finger, so that’s welcome due to its larger size is a little heavier at slightly under 5 pounds. But I’ve had no problem putting it in my backpack. So even for students, it’s definitely portable.

The hinges are solid on this laptop. I love the design touches on the back.

The best thing about the 2 and 1 form factor is that you can use it like a regular laptop that you contented to watch movies and catch up on your favorite content.

Or you can just lay it flat and use it as a tablet. So the flexibility is awesome, especially if you get the compatible pen. I love that this is a full HD touchscreen, IPS display. It looks nice in laptop mode.

So if you want the best touch screen experience, I would suggest a tent mode, or using it in tablet mode is not a deal-breaker whatsoever.

I don’t use the touchscreen that much, but when I do, I didn’t notice it. The display is brighter than the 13-inch envy that I’ve reviewed earlier this year. So that’s nice to see.

But you still might have a problem seeing this screen outside with the laptop due to the glossy display and the overall brightness. But if you’re primarily using this inside at the office or coffee shops, it definitely does the job.

I watched a few movies on this laptop and looks good for the price point, and it’s nice to have a larger 15-inch display instances eyepiece.

You do get better viewing angles. If you like watching content on your laptop, you’ll be happy with the speakers tuned by being and Olafsson. They are loud. They sound Chryst nice and clear highs and mids.

I wish it was a little bit more rounded with some more bass, but I think I’m gonna be really happy with the speakers on the 15-inch x 360 when it comes to ports. You get a nice selection on the left side.

You get a DC in for charging.

Brick is a 65-watt charger, but it’s nice portable, which I like. Get a USB 3.1 port, a power button, ventilation grille, and a headphone jack, and a full-size SD card slot, which is awesome for content creators on the right side.

You get an HDMI port, another USP 3.1 port, a USV seaport, which is awesome.

And yes, you can charge the laptop with the USB port with the USGA and your SBC ports from that side. It does take getting some use, too, with the positioning, it works perfectly fine. And there’s a volume rocker there.

The keyboard layout includes the number pad on the right side. This is great for business professionals that need this or if you just prefer to have it there.

It’s a little too soft for my preference, but it’s a comfortable keyboard and the trackpad is fairly responsive.

Scrolling works well for everyday use. I do wish it was a tad larger and wider, but I think a lot of people will be happy with this trackpad. There are plenty of power options for the extra 60 lineups. You can go all the way up to the tenth-generation Intel processors.

They are HMD rise and options well. And you can get dedicated graphics up to the imex to 50.

The back is removable with some screws that are hidden behind these rubber bumpers.

But I wouldn’t because most things are not upgradable like RAM. But in terms of performance, I can only talk about the model that I have. And this is configured with the Intel quad-core ie 785 65 you processor with 8 gigabytes of RAM and a 256 gigabyte M2 SSD, which has nice speed by the way.

So opening applications and overall performance are nice. Everyday use web browsing or normal computing is no problem. So. Office Suite will work perfectly on here.

6 integrated graphics like titles like Overwatched play surprisingly well on this laptop, but don’t expect it to play anything demanding in my testing with everyday use, the laptop has stayed very cool. So heat management is good on this. When you do play games, the fans do ramp up.

I haven’t done a lot of demanding things like video editing on here because honestly, for the type of work you’ll need to bump up to a better GP, you. But if you want to do some photo editing or Photoshop or Lightroom, this is definitely doable on this laptop.

So let’s round this out with battery life. The 15 inches and the X 60 has a 56 1 hour battery and is rated up to 10 hours. But I was getting between five to seven hours of usage on mixed usage. Depends on what I had to display.

So if I kept the display at between 60 and 70 percent, I was able to get about 6 hours of usage. But the good thing is the laptop charger is very fast.

Would that include a charger? So you’ll be happy with that. So if you’re looking for an affordable 2 and 1 and you want that larger 15-inch display, the HP X 360 lineup could be a good fit.

Make sure you check that link below because certain configurations make this a real deal, especially for the performance that you’re getting for that price.

So make sure you scroll through and see if it makes sense for you. And then pick one up if it does. And let me know which other laptops that you may take a look at next.


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