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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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Hp Envy 13 Price by Country
CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 453,000
Malaysia MYR 317
Philippines PHP 3,522
Singapore SGD 100
Vietnam VND 17,178,000

About Hp Envy 13 Malaysia

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.

Expert Reviews

expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-08-09
Back when the HP Envy 13 first released back in March 2016, HP billed it as their "thinnest laptop yet". At just 12.9mm at its thinnest spot, that claim did hold true, even if it wasn't quite as skinny as Dell's XPS 13, which bested it by a total of 3mm...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-05-30
IPS display, FullHD resolution, aluminum case, very good speakersno maintenance hatch
Appealing. With the Envy 13, HP delivers a stylish subnotebook. The inner values are also okay: powerful processor, good battery runtimes, fast SSD, and a matte IPS Full HD display...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-05-10
HP has billed the Envy 13 as its “thinnest laptop yet&#8221, which is apt given it has the Envy name to live up to. Measuring 12.9mm at its thinnest point and weighing just 1.27kg, it's very easy to carry around. Its design is classy and understated, combini...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2016-05-06
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-05
HP has billed the Envy 13 as its “thinnest laptop yet&#8221, which is apt given it has the “Envy” name to live up to. Measuring 12.9mm at its thinnest point, it's almost as svelte as the superb Dell XPS 13, which tapers from 15mm down to just 9mm. That's stil...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Note: This article was first published on 17th March 2016.Now that Intel's sixth-generation Skylake processors are out, manufacturers have begun to roll out the latest convertibles and ultrabooks packed with the latest hardware in full force. Thanks to Sk...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-25
Thin allmetal design looks pretty nice. Fantastic, responsive ultrabook keyboard. Good range of hardware at a great price.Below average display. No USB TypeC or Thunderbolt 3. Lacklustre storage performance.
Most of the 13-inch laptops I've reviewed over the past few years have been high-end options, typically starting at or above $1,000. Usually you'd get pretty decent hardware and features for this price, including metal bodies, gorgeous high-resolution dis...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-02-25
Laptops such as the 12in MacBook and Dell XPS 13 are pretty portable, but you'll struggle to find a computer with a decent-sized screen that's more portable than the HP Envy 13. It's incredibly slim and light, and doesn't cost the earth either. It's like...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-12
You have to envy HP's new 2016 Envy consumer notebook range – great slim designs, great quality build, and a huge range – 19 models and variations - including Intel 6th generation i3 to i7 with 13.3, 14 and 15&#8221, HD to QHD screens.I also have to admit to b...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-12
You have to envy HP's new 2016 Envy consumer notebook range – great slim designs, great quality build, and a huge range – 19 models and variations - including Intel 6th generation i3 to i7 with 13.3, 14 and 15&#8221, HD to QHD screens.I also have to admit to b...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-12
You have to envy HP's new 2016 Envy consumer notebook range – great slim designs, great quality build, and a huge range – 19 models and variations - including Intel 6th generation i3 to i7 with 13.3, 14 and 15&#8221, HD to QHD screens.I also have to admit to b...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-02-11
The HP Envy 13 is a slim, lightweight notebook with a comfortable keyboard and decent speakers plus a fingerprint sensor that makes signing into Windows a snap.This thin laptop's battery life falls far behind the competition and performance can slow to a crawl while charging. No touchscreen option
Last year, something wonderful happened in the world of Windows laptops. Quality became affordable. Companies like Dell, HP and Asus started selling sleek notebooks made of strong aluminum and carbon fiber for less than $1,000.The HP Envy 13 is the latest...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-02-10
The HP Envy 13 is a slim, lightweight notebook with a comfortable keyboard and decent speakers plus a fingerprint sensor that makes signing into Windows a snap.This thin laptop's battery life falls far behind the competition and performance can slow to a crawl while charging. No touchscreen option
Last year, something wonderful happened in the world of Windows laptops. Quality became affordable. Companies like Dell, HP and Asus started selling sleek notebooks made of strong aluminum and carbon fiber for less than $1,000.The HP Envy 13 is the latest...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-10
The HP Envy 13 is a slim, lightweight notebook with a comfortable keyboard and decent speakers plus a fingerprint sensor that makes signing into Windows a snap.This thin laptop's battery life falls far behind the competition and performance can slow to a crawl while charging. No touchscreen option
Last year, something wonderful happened in the world of Windows laptops. Quality became affordable. Companies like Dell, HP and Asus started selling sleek notebooks made of strong aluminum and carbon fiber for less than $1,000.The HP Envy 13 is the latest...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-19
Size and weight rivals MacBook Air, New Core i7 processor, High resolution screenSomewhat disappointing battery life, Hinge is uncomfortable when on your lap, Touchpad occasionally jumpy
HP has made one of its thinnest laptops yet. The Envy Notebook 13-d002na clocks in at a measly 12.9mm high undercutting the fat edge of a 13-inch MacBook Air by some margin – 4.1mm to be precise, and this HP offering is also only 10 grams heavier.Under th...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-01-15
Size and weight rivals MacBook Air, New Core i7 processor, High resolution screenSomewhat disappointing battery life, Hinge is uncomfortable when on your lap, Touchpad occasionally jumpy
HP has made one of its thinnest laptops yet. The Envy Notebook 13-d002na clocks in at a measly 12.9mm high undercutting the fat edge of a 13-inch MacBook Air by some margin – 4.1mm to be precise, and this HP offering is also only 10 grams heavier.Under...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-05
Good performance thanks to Skylake, Good build quality, Windows Hellocompatible fingerprint reader, Cheap $50 upgrade to a highres 3200×1800 screen, though the base model's 1080p display is already pretty good, There's a Microsoft Signature edition...No DisplayPort means no 60Hz 4K output, Base model includes a 128GB SSD, and larger capacities cost quite a bit, Fan is audibly running all the time, A white backlight on silver keys is fuzzy and hard to read
Andrew CunninghamHP's Envy 13 Ultrabook.Andrew CunninghamHP's Envy 13 Ultrabook.Andrew CunninghamIt's all aluminum and feels quite sturdy. Note the antenna cutout across the top.Andrew CunninghamOn the right: two USB ports and an HDMI port.Andrew Cunningh...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2015-12-28
Aluminum build, 1080p Matte display, Good performance, commendable battery lifeSlightly flawed touchpad, Poor camera
If you are out in the market to buy a powerful ultrabook, and Windows is the operating system of choice, there are only a handful of options available. There is the very dashing Dell XPS 13 and then there's this — HP Envy 13. It's slim, it's powerful (at...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-12-22
aluminum chassis with very good build quality, QHD display with high color accuracy, low temperature and noise development in all situations, businesscapable security features, excellent speakers, very good priceperformance ratiomediocre webcam, input devices could be better, low amount of RAM, not expandable, belowaverage battery runtime
Value for money. The Envy 13 from HP is a fresh candidate for the subnotebook crown. We can say this upfront: It cannot quite keep up with the current leaders like the Dell XPS 13 and Apple MacBook in respect to the performance. But it does not have to –...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
The HP Envy 13 is just a laptop. It is not a hybrid computer that can twist and turn into a tablet. Its keyboard cannot be detached. And surprisingly, for a premium Windows 10 computer, the Envy does not even have a touchscreen. But after trying some of...
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