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HP has given its 14-inch long-running notebook a new edition. The 2021 version of the HP Envy 14 is said to offer good performance and a long battery life at the same time.
As part of the online edition of the annual CES event, HP is bringing a range of new devices. One of them is the HP Envy 14, the first generation of which was introduced in 2010. The 2021 version comes with 11th generation Intel Core processors and mobile Nvidia Geforce graphics (GTX 1650 Ti Max Q). HP has installed a special cooling system so that the 14 incher doesn’t get too warm. The device is scheduled to go on sale in January – at a starting price of $ 999.
HP Envy 14: Accurate color reproduction
The Envy 14 has up to 16 gigabytes of RAM on board. The SSD has a capacity of 256 gigabytes. The 14-inch display of the HP Envy 14 has a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels and is touch-enabled. It should offer a particularly accurate color rendering (Delta E, less than two) without additional calibration. The screen-to-body ratio is 87 percent. The 16:10 format should ensure that eleven percent more content can be seen on the Envy 14 screen, according to HP.
HP’s 14-incher weighs 1.6 kilograms. The device is 313 by 224 by 18 millimeters in size. It has a built-in HD web camera (720p), which – when not in use – can be covered with a physical shutter. The built-in fingerprint sensor also helps ensure safety when working on the move. There is also a dedicated key on the backlit keyboard that can be used to turn off the microphone.
Long battery life and quick charge function
HP specifies the battery life for the Envy 14 at 16.5 hours. A quick charge function should be able to fully recharge the battery to half within half an hour. The notebook offers one Thunderbolt 4 with USB 4 Type-C, two USB Type-A, one HDMI 2.0 and a headphone-microphone combo. A number of productivity tools are designed to make work easier, such as HP Quickdrop for wirelessly transferring data from mobile devices to the notebook.