HP Envy x360 15 Review: Red With Envy?

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HP Envy x360 15 Review: Red With Envy?

With an impressive Ryzen 7 5700U CPU, a bright screen, plus a good keyboard and battery life, HP’s $999 Envy x360 15 has a lot to like. Perhaps that’s why it’s consistently out of stock.

Whether it’s due primarily to the ongoing chip shortages, the increased demand for laptops during the pandemic, or just general performance impressiveness, HP’s Envy x360 15 is the latest convertible to launch in both Intel and AMD flavors. The $999 (eu0097nr) model we’re looking at here sports an 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 7 5700U, paired with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD in a pleasing metal chassis that looks and feels premium, without being overly flashy.

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It’s a potent hardware combo, complimented by a very good keyboard, and a 400-nit, 1080p panel upgrade that both looks good and performed well in our testing. Whether it winds up making our list of best ultrabooks will have to wait for testing results and a deeper look at some of the laptop’s features. But we like that HP and other manufacturers (like Asus with its ZenBook 13, and Microsoft with its Surface Book) are increasingly giving consumers a choice in premium laptops between AMD and Intel. We’d just like to see the AMD-based models in stock a bit more regularly.

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