The HP ENVY 13 is the PC maker's thinnest notebook ever at 12.95mm

HP has just introduced what it calls its thinnest notebook it has ever made. The HP ENVY 13 is just 12.95mm thick and the Windows 10 notebook weighs just over 2.8 pounds.

Inside, the HP ENVY 13 has an Intel Core i5-6200U processor running at 2.2Ghz, along with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD for storage. It has a 13.3-inch display with a resolution of 3200X1800, and its battery is supposed to last up to 10 hours.

The notebook is expected to go on sale on October 18 for the starting price of $849.99.

Source: HP (opens in new tab)

  • Interesting device. Price is very reasonable too.
    I don't like the big bezel on the bottom though
  • That bezel! Seems faster! When in India?
  • everything looks ugly now after that surface book launch
  • Hahahaha!
  • Yaa...agree with you
  • Damn, HP...good job job finally bringing your A game...why couldn't they make these sweet machines before?? =p
  • They lost their way for a while. But now they are back in to the game. 
  • Man, it really packs a punch. And for $850? Count me in.
  • It may not look as good as the surface book but it's half the price.
  • This laptop is a serious option for me right now. One missing thing is USB Type-c Thunderbolt 3 port :/ Other than that it looks beautiful, is light, thin, has lots of ports, has Skylake, good battery life, backlit keyboard. I am also looking forward to the new XPS 13 announcement tomorrow and what ASUS will announce on Friday. An updated Zenbook UX305 would be great.
  • Loving the design of this.