The new HP Envy 13 is a 2.88 pound laptop with a 10th-gen Intel Core “Ice Lake” processor and optional support for NVIDIA GeForce MX330 graphics and up to a 4K display. HP say the laptop will be available in May for $1000 and up.

Meanwhile the company is also launching a new HP Envy x360 13 convertible notebook. This model features an AMD Ryzen 4000 series processor with Radeon graphics, a touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge, and a lower starting price tag — the 2.92 pound convertible notebook goes sale in May for $700 and up.

HP Envy x360 13

If you’re wondering why the model with the convertible tablet-style design is the cheaper of the two, the AMD-powered Envy x360 13 lacks some of the features found in its Intel-powered clamshell-style sibling.

Both laptops are thin and light computers with an 88-percent screen to body ratio. But the Intel model has a Thunderbolt 3 port and WiFi 6 support. The AMD version does not. And only the Intel model is available with discrete graphics and 4K display options.

That said, the AMD model does have a few things going for it. It has a lower starting price and supports tablet, tent, and stand modes in addition to functioning as a laptop and supports digital pen input.

HP Envy 13

Here are some key specs/options for HP’s new 13-inch Envy laptops:

HP Envy 13 laptop

Display13.3 inch FHD or 4K UHD
CPUCore i5-1035G1 to Core i7-1065G7
GPUIntel UHD/Iris Plus/NVIDIAGeForce MX330
RAMDDR4-2666/DDR4-3200 (onboard)
StoragePCIe NVMe M.2 SSD
WiFi802.11ax
BT5.0
Ports1 x TB3
2 x USB Type-A (5Gbps)
1 x mic/headphone combo
1 x microSD card reader
SecurityFingerprint reader
PrivacyCamera shutter
SpeakersStereo w/B&O audio
Battery51 Wh
Power Supply65W
Fast charging0 to 50% in 30 minutes
Dimensions12.07″ x 7.66″ x 0.67″
Weight2.88 pounds

HP Envy x360 13 convertible

Display13.3 inch FHD
CPUUp to AMD Ryzen 7 4700U
GPUAMD Radeon
RAMDDR4-3200 (onboard)
StoragePCIe NVMe M.2 SSD
WiFi802.11ac
BT5.0
Ports1 x USB Type-C (10Gbps)
2 x USB Type-A (5Gbps)
1 x mic/headphone combo
1 x microSD card reader
SecurityFingerprint reader
PrivacyCamera shutter
SpeakersStereo w/B&O audio
Battery51 Wh
Power Supply65W
Fast charging0 to 50% in 30 minutes
Dimensions12.07″ x 7.66″ x 0.65″
Weight2.92 pounds

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  1. Interestingly, AMD has the far better processor option now but it still getting the also-ran budget treatment.

    Amazing what’s few billion in “market development funding” will do.

    1. So true, this is just a complete joke. Once again the AMD laptop is just not interesting… but the Intel model is also not interesting because their overheating, power sucking CPU’s are just so obviously behind at this point in time that its not even funny.
      Nobody wants to have an Intel laptop; but many people are forced to have them.