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HP announces back-to-school Envy and Pavilion laptops with USB-C and detachable screens

Gordon Mah Ung | June 19, 2015
HP's new crop of back-to-school laptops debut when summer has barely started--but the countdown to Windows 10 is already under way, and with that comes a lot of new hardware. On Thursday the company announced four laptops aimed at students: the Pavilion x2, and three new Envy models with screens ranging from 14 to 17 inches in size.

Those who opt for the larger 15-inch model can also pick between Nvidia GeForce 940M or GTX 950M GPUs as options with the Intel CPUs, and Radeon R7 or R6 on the AMD-based laptops.

The Envy 14 will start at $700, while the 15.6-inch model will start at $630 with AMD CPUs or $800 with Intel CPUs.

For those who need an even larger screen, HP is also introducing an updated Envy 17 with a 17.3-inch, 1920x1080-pixel screen. This largest of the Envys will offer only Intel CPUs and GeForce graphics chips. For storage, consumers can configure up to 4TB of storage using two hard drive bays, or mix and match between SSDs, hybrid drives or hard drives. 

The Envy 17 will start at $1,000. All three Envys will be available in July. 


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