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HP Envy x360 13 and 15 with Ryzen 4000 series processors available for order

Hp Envy X360 13 2020 Press
Hp Envy X360 13 2020 Press (Image credit: HP)

Hp Envy X360 15 2020 Press

Source: HP (Image credit: Source: HP)

What you need to know

HP's latest additions to its attractive line of Envy x360 laptops are now available for order. The HP Envy x360 13 and HP Envy x360 15 both appeared on HP's website recently. Unlike previous generations of HP Envy x360 laptops, both of these have several options with Ryzen 4000 series processors. These new processors from AMD appear in several new laptops and help AMD compete with Intel's laptop offering. The HP Envy x360 13 starts at $760 (opens in new tab) while the HP Envy x360 15 starts at $900 (opens in new tab). Both laptops list a shipping date of June 4, 2020.

The Envy x360 13 is available with up to a Ryzen 7 4700U processor. You can also go as low as a Ryzen 3 4300U to keep the price of the device down. The only color currently listed is the sleek Nightfall Black. You can read more about the HP Envy x360 line in our post covering their initial announcement.

CategorySpec
OSWindows 10 Home
Windows 10 Pro
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 3 4300U
AMD Ryzen 5 4500U
AMD Ryzen 7 4700U
GraphicsAMD Radeon graphics
Memory8GB
16GB
StorageUp to 1TB PCIe SSD
Display13.3-inch, 1920 x 1080 (FHD), 300 nits
13.3-inch, 1920 x 1080 (FHD), 400 nits
13.3-inch 1920 x 1080 (FHD), 1000 nits with privacy screen
Ports1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C (10 GB/s) with Power Delivery 3.0
1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type A (5 GB/s)
Mini DisplayPort
HDMI 2.0
Headphone/mic combo
KeyboardFull-size island-style
Backlit
Natural silver
TouchpadPrecision touchpad
AudioDual speakers
CameraHP Wide Vision HD camera
Camera shutter
Dual-array digital microphone
SecurityFingerprint reader
Camera shutter key
Mic mute key
Wireless802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) or Wi-Fi 6 AX 200
Bluetooth 5.0
Battery51Wh
Dimensions12.07 x 7.66 x 0.65 inches (307 x 195 x 17mm)
WeightFrom 2.92 pounds (1.32kg)
ColorNightfall black
PriceFrom $760

The larger Envy x360 15 has options for the Ryzen 5 4500U or Ryzen 7 4700U.

CategorySpec
OSWindows 10 Home
Windows 10 Pro
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 5 4500U
AMD Ryzen 7 4700U
GraphicsAMD Radeon graphics
Memory8GB DDR4
16GB DDR4
StorageUp to 512GB PCIe SSD
Display15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 (FHD)
Ports1x SuperSpeed USB-C (5 GB/s) with Power Delivery
1x SuperSpeed USB-A (5 GB/s)
HDMI 2.0a
Headphone/mic combo
KeyboardFull-size island-style
Backlit
Natural silver
TouchpadPrecision touchpad
AudioBang & Olufsen audio w/ dual speakers
CameraHP Wide Vision HD camera
Camera shutter
Dual-array digital microphone
SecurityFingerprint reader
Camera shutter key
Mic mute key
Wireless802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) or Wi-Fi 6 AX 200
Bluetooth 5.0
Battery56Wh
Dimensions14.13 x 9.68 x 0.67 inches (358 x 230 x 19mm)
WeightFrom 4.24 pounds (1.92kg)
ColorNightfall black
PriceFrom $900

Both laptops have a shipping date of June 4, 2020 when you go to configure them.

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3 Comments
  • I'm glad they're finally offering the option of using Intel Wi-Fi 6 on these models, that Realtek module is sub-par. Wish they would have used the 4800U, though.
  • I was excited to see these go up until they wanted $760 for a 13" Ryzen 3 model. That's absurd. Lenovo's Flex 14 with third-Gen Ryzen gives you a Ryzen 5 for $200 less. Not sure how a 430pU compares to a 3500U, but that's just one example against how awfully HP priced these (their Intel alternatives seem to be cheaper, despite higher prices for those chips). I'll wait for an OEM that actually makes decent products, I guess. I would pay a bit of a premium for a good device, but HP's long been the worst of the laptop OEMs, in my book. I'm not paying more for a worse product. Lenovo, Dell, Acer, and ASUS should all beat HP on product quality, price, or both. Microsoft doesn't win on price, but they at least offer better devices than HP. HP has actually managed to offer WPRSE value than Microsoft, whose products have been in the overpriced segment for a few years now. Nothing about HP suggests they're worth these premium costs.
  • These look great. They say radeon graphics, but exactly which graphics is what I'm curious about.