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HP ENVY 13 prices in Malaysia

HP is known throughout the world for making laptops and ultrabooks that are reliable and user-friendly. Among those of its new models comes the HP Envy 13, possibly one of HP’s thinnest ultrabooks in the market and reasonably priced too. Find out more about the HP Envy 13 below.

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3 Offers from 2 stores available from RM 4,399.00 - RM 5,676.00

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HP ENVY 13 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 13,699,000
Malaysia MYR 4,399
Singapore SGD 1,899
Vietnam VND 14,000,000

Overall feel of the HP Envy 13

This first thing you will realise about the looks of the HP Envy 13 is the polished aluminium body that fits perfectly aesthetic on any surface. Texture is good when held and the overall finish feels premium. Coming in at 12.9mm, this thin machine is built from the ground up just for you. Portable and lightweight, the HP Envy 13’s frame is made to be for work and play. At the bottom, you’ll find the vents for the fan which is neatly tucked into the rear of the ultrabook. To remove the casing, you will need to unscrew the base off.

On the left side of the HP Envy 13 sits the deep SD card slot, followed by the USB 3 port and the audiojack. On the right, there is the power socket and a full-sized USB 2 port and 2 USB 3 ports. Overall the feel of the HP Envy 13 is rigid and sturdy.

HP Envy 13 Specs – Exceeding the expectation

For this day and age, we need a laptop that is powerful and durable while being environmentally friendly. The HP Envy 13 does exactly this. Coming in with the 6th generation 2.3 GHz i5-6200, 13.3 inch non-touchscreen monitor, integrated Intel Graphics 520, 8 GB DDR3 RAM and 128G SSD. This combination gives performance both in read speeds and write speeds. The system feels quick overall but it is recommended to upgrade the graphics card if heavy video editing and gaming is intended. Speaking of gaming, light games like CS-GO work well but more demanding games such as Fallout 4 require lower resolution to get the right framerate. We would not recommend the HP Envy 13 for gaming but for any other tasks, this nippy laptop does well. Battery life seems to be a little low as it hits 7 hours if the fans are manually turned off. Although the fans are turned off, the HP Envy 13 does not overheat during normal processes. This compact laptop is overall a good device for daily work and simple tasks, but may need upgrades if heavy gaming and designing is done.

HP ENVY 13 Expert Reviews

Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-26
Luxurious feel, Huge touchpad2-in-1 design requires compromise, Mediocre performance and battery life, Keyboard backlight annoys
The past few years have been a tumultuous period for Hewlett-Packard's PC group. While the company remains one of the largest manufacturers globally, and is king of the North American market, it has struggled with tight profit margins and fickle consumer...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2013-04-30
Concluding our review of 3DMark (2013)'s cross-platform benchmark , today we'll be taking a look at the Cloud Gate benchmark, which is designed for integrated graphics processors and mobile discrete GPUs. We'll also be seeing how some of our notebooks far...
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hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2013-04-30
Concluding our review of 3DMark (2013)'s cross-platform benchmark , today we'll be taking a look at the Cloud Gate benchmark, which is designed for integrated graphics processors and mobile discrete GPUs. We'll also be seeing how some of our notebooks far...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-02-22
HP attempted something radical with the original Envy Spectre Ultrabook. Completely enclosed in scratch-resistant glass, it was one of the best looking laptops we've had pass through our labs. For its sequel, HP has been more restrained, using an all-meta...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-13
Yes finally a HP unit I know its taken 18 months since their last offering but at last they have reverted to their original PR agency and so review items have started to become available to be tested, here a rather nice Ultrabook....
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T3.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-01
Meaty sound, Great build, Good battery lifeTricky touchpad, Screen could be better
The race for the classiest ultrabook was fought by Asus , Acer and HP last year and, with HP coming out of it very well indeed. Why? The price tag for the 13-inch HP Spectre XT isn't ridiculous and the design and build is as close to a MacBook Pro as a PC...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2012-11-11
Great audio, fantastic keyboard and mouse, decent amount of ports,Screen doesn’t match the premium tag, power connector hoards space for USB connection
HP have been eager to push their Spectre lineup of units, aiming to offer a somewhat ‘premium’ look and feel product that exudes both grace and glamour Their latest offers comes in the form of the HP Spectre XT, which tries to stand out in a market th...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2012-11-01
Exquisite build quality, Very slim profile, Excellent performance, Good real life battery usage scenario, Brilliant keyboard experienceReflective display
We have tested some very well built ultrabooks, and the Dell XPS 14 and the Samsung Series 9 are prime examples. The HP Spectre XT needed to be on the top of its game if it has to come even close to the other two, and we happily report that it has done ex...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-31
The Ultrabook market has quickly gained speed over the past few months and it’s only going to get faster now that Windows 8 is already here. We can expect many more models to come in the next few weeks. But, just before Windows 8 was launched, HP l...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2012-10-27
Luxury, nothing but luxury. That is what HP's Spectre brand exudes. We recently reviewed the Envy Spectre 14, and in this article we will discuss the Spectre XT, a more affordable, thinner and sleeker Ultrabook. The Spectre XT is a 13-inch Ultrabook m...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Intel Core i5-3317U processor, Solid-state drive, Beats Audio, All-day battery life,Touchy clickpad, Middling display,
If the HP Envy 14 Spectre showcased glass (with its Gorilla Glass covered screen, lid, and palmrest) then the new HP Envy Spectre XT (13-2050 nr) is all about metal. While it's easy to call every silver-hued ultrabook an Apple clone, the HP Envy Spectr...
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computeractive.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-10-08
The HP Spectre XT is a new ultrabook that feels oddly familiar. Its slender wedge shape and metal build is not only reminiscent of the Apple Macbook Air, it is also very similar to HP's own Envy 6. We prefer that ultrabook's distinctive black and red a...
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ocaholic.ch.english
Reviewed on 2012-10-03
With the Spectre XT, HP has built a very classy Ultrabook. Already at a first glance you can see that the manufacturer spent a lot of time on designing all the little details as well as the overall appearance. Furhtermore they've used only high quality ma...
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theregister.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-10-01
The Spectre XT is HP’s third shot at an Ultrabook in less than six months. The gleaming Gorilla Glass livery of the original 14-inch Spectre was both eye-catching and rugged, but it was also very expensive and quite a bit heavier than you’d expect from...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-26
Excellent keyboard and trackpad, Solid lower chassis, Full-size HDMI, Ethernet, and SD card slotSub-par display, Weak upper chassis, Relatively poor battery life
Can the Spectre XT deliver the same potential in a cheaper package? Three months late to a market filled with inexpensive ultrathin laptops, does the Spectre XT stand a chance?...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-20
Excellent backlit keyboard, Notable software bundle, Perky performanceRelatively low resolution for the screen size, No VGA, Noisy fan
Does the saying "Third time's the charm" still apply when the first two were pretty darn good? HP's first ultrabook was the $900 Folio 13, a 13.3-inch model with great battery life and a head-of-the-class backlit keyboard. Its second was the $1,400 Envy 1...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-17
Slim and lightweight, the HP Envy Spectre XT is portable, well-built, and easy to use, with a great keyboardThe design doesn't stand out as much as the original Spectre's did, and its battery life won't get you through an entire day. From a premium product, we'd expect a higher screen resolution
As the current flagship of HP's laptop line, the new Envy Spectre XT certainly packs a lot of names into one product. This is a premium ultrabook, and our understanding is that the Spectre designation now indicates a level of product above HP's already...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-14
Sleek design, Fast SSD, Rich Beats Audio, Good battery life, Photoshop and Premiere Elements includedLackluster, low-res display, Loud fan
We've been enamored with HP's Envy Spectre series notebooks, so it should come as no surprise that we were eager to get our hands on the company's latest Envy Spectre XT. This slick, 13.3-inch $999 Ultrabook features an Intel Core i5 processor and a s...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-09-10
Slim and lightweight, the HP Envy Spectre XT is portable, well-built, and easy to use, with a great keyboardThe design doesn't stand out as much as the original Spectre's did, and its battery life won't get you through an entire day. From a premium product, we'd expect a higher screen resolution
HP now has a Spectre for the rest of us. The , although beautiful, was covered in glass — driving up both the weight and price. : 1 : 1 : none : HDMI : Gigabit : dual-channel 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0 Although we've heard that due to its last-generation ...
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channelnews.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-09-10
Excellent connections; Great audio; Great keyboard and trackpad;Screen quality and construction;
HP's Spectre XT crams a full-sized notebook into Ultrabook proportions, but has HP been forced to sacrifice functionality? And if so, what's been given the axe?...
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