HP’s new Envy x360 15 with AMD Ryzen chips starts at $749.99

The HP Envy x360 15 in tablet mode on a purple desk. Above it is a red beanie and to its right is a stylus. The screen displays a photo editing software. The carpet has a green square pattern.
Here’s the Envy x360 15 (AMD). | Image: HP

HP has announced two new budget workstations for content creators: an Envy x360 15 and an Envy 17. The 15-inch convertible, starting at $749.99, is available with both AMD Ryzen 7 and Intel 11th Gen processors. The 17-inch clamshell starts at $999.99 and is Intel only.

The Envy x360 comes in either “natural silver” or “nightfall black” and includes a magnetic active pen. Its bezels appear to have shrunk slightly since last year’s model. Models have an 88.7 percent screen-to-body ratio and weigh around four pounds. (Not that last year’s model had terrible bezels, but I’ll never say no to more screen real estate.) You can configure it with a 4K OLED display as well as an Nvidia MX450 graphics chip.

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