HP Envy 15t 15.6-Inch Laptop – Intel Core i7-4720HQ Quad-Core Processor, 8GB Memory, 1TB Hard Drive, Beats Audio, Windows 8.1 (Non-touch)

May 27, 2015 - Comment

The full-featured HP ENVY Notebook is optimized for the ultimate Windows 8.1 experience so you can power through your day. Specifications: Processor: 4th generation Intel(R) Core i7-4720HQ Quad Core Processor Memory: 8GB DDR3L System Memory Video Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4600 Display: 15.6-inch diagonal HD BrightView WLED-backlit Display (1366×768) Hard Drive: 1TB 5400 rpm Hard

The full-featured HP ENVY Notebook is optimized for the ultimate Windows 8.1 experience so you can power through your day.

Specifications:

Processor: 4th generation Intel(R) Core i7-4720HQ Quad Core Processor

Memory: 8GB DDR3L System Memory

Video Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4600

Display: 15.6-inch diagonal HD BrightView WLED-backlit Display (1366×768)

Hard Drive: 1TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive

Multimedia Drive: SuperMulti DVD burner

Wireless Connectivity: 802.11b/g/n WLAN

Sound: BeatsAudio with 2 speakers and 1 subwoofer

Keyboard: Standard Keyboard with Fingerprint Reader

Webcam: HP TrueVision HD Webcam with Dual Digital Microphone

Energy efficiency: ENERGY STAR certified; EPEAT Silver registered

Dimensions: 15.14 x 10.24 x 1.05 in

Weight: 5.16 lb

Comments

Andrea Polk says:

Excellent battery life and very fast, but gets warm This HP Envy 15 Quad Laptop is considered a ultrabook or ‘sleekbook’ as HP calls them, meaning that by eliminating a DVD drive, it’s thinner and lighter weight than its counterparts with a drive installed. The laptop is sleek in appearance and performance. It does tend to run a bit hot, but that problem is most apparent when running multiple applications at one time, and can be virtually eliminated by using it with something like this: . I have noticed this issue on nearly all the HP Envy sleekbook models I’ve tried out, no matter what processor and under all circumstances; on desktops as well as on laps.MY TAKE ON THIS MODEL:Overall, this laptop has solid specs that should please most consumers. A huge hard drive, upgradeable memory, and perks like USB 3.0, a media card reader, webcam and HDMI make this…

Esmael Mayar says:

Overheats when gaming, video editing, or doing other graphics intense activities The HP Envy line with i7 quad core processors has some serious issues. Most people are fine with the laptop within the first few months of purchase, but between that time and the next year is when some serious issues come up. The main problem is that this laptop has a design flaw and if you use it for graphics intense activities, it may very well overheat and cause hardware issues. You won’t find any of those reviews here, but if you take a quick search at the HP support forums you’ll find that there are multiple complaints about the HP Envy 15/17/dv6/dv7 and HP Pavilion dv6/dv7 in regards to overheating, customer service response/issues, and ultimately hardware issues/failures: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Gaming-Reply-Only/Envy-17-overheating-is-bothering-me/td-p/334600/page/21Now I’m not saying that you’ll definitely end up with a flawed product, but I am saying that there is a small chance that you will and that it will be a serious headache and waste of time…

Reviewer says:

Piece of Junk Dumped on Consumers First of all, I did not buy this from Amazon but I do feel my experience may help others so I am posting comments here. The unit has a nice overall appearance and the 15.6 inch screen has great appeal and very clear HD graphics. However, the model would not charge and died within a couple of days, even with the power source adapter plugged in 24 hours. When I called HP tech support, there were two choices to select on the phone – press 1 for having trouble with the AC adapter or press 2 if you have trouble with the laptop starting up. Both of these scenarios seemed to be what my laptop was having issues with and I am sure I am not the only one. These inherent flaws for these laptops were so prevalent that HP had two lines open for this exact issue – not a good thing for consumer to be greeted with. Eventually, after much trouble shooting and a few hours waste of time, the issue was escalated to a “claims manager”. I looked at the installed programs and there was lots of…

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