HP's mid-range Envy 13t now available with Intel's 10th Gen Core CPUs

HP Envy 13t
HP Envy 13t (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • HP's mid-range Envy 13t laptop is now available with 10th Gen Intel CPUs.
  • The Envy 13t can also be equipped with a 4K display and discrete graphics for under $1,000.
  • You can order the Envy 13t with 10th Gen CPUs starting at $750 from HP.

Now that Intel's 10th Gen Core processors are starting to make their way to more laptops on the market, HP has made them available in its mid-range Envy 13t. The laptop, which starts at under $1,000, is now available with 10th Gen Core i7 CPUs, and can be outfitted however you see fit with discrete graphics and up to a 4K display.

The HP Envy 13t is a 13-inch notebook that is backed up by Intel's Core i7-10510U processor and up to 16GB of RAM. That's not the most powerful Core i7 chip in Intel's lineup, but it should be more than enough to cover most general tasks you throw at it.

Where things get interesting is with the ways you can customize the Envy 13t to fit your needs. HP offers configurations that include discrete NVIDIA MX250 graphics, which won't power intense gaming sessions, but will help give a boost to any photo and video work you need to do. The 13.3-inch display is also available in touch and non-touch options, with 1080p and 4K panels offered in both variants.

Lastly, you can opt for up to 1TB of SSD storage, but there are also 256GB and 512GB options with Intel Optane memory on board. In simple terms, Optane memory, available in either 16GB or 32GB here, is meant to speed up some of your most commonly used applications and processes by keeping them on tap at all times.

The HP Envy 13t is available now from HP starting at $750. Interestingly, you can currently configure the laptop with discrete graphics and a 4K non-touch display for under $1,000. Not bad.

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