The Envy 17 3D is one of the few latest laptops that Hewlett-Packard plans to announce this season. However, this well-known computer maker will also announce the superfast netbook joining the cutting-edge technologies to increase the bar in performance.
The Envy 17 3D is the first laptop from HP that comes with 3D technology. Until now, this brand company did not produce any laptop that would support 3D technology. Featuring a 17.3-inch 3D display and speakers with subwoofer, it will provide cinema-style entertainment experience.
In this laptop, user can play Blu-ray 3D movies. It is also capable of using high definition video. It has 2TB of storage capacity that will support to store high-definition content that requires plenty of disk capacity.
The Envy 17 3D laptop will run on Intel quad core i7 processors. It also includes a 3D package powered by Advanced Micro Devices' ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 graphics card. HP will supply 3D active shutter glasses so that users can view and enjoy the 3D content. Users can switch back to the normal 2D mode whenever they want.
It’s batter will provide two-and-half hours of battery life. It will cost under $2,000.
HP will also launch a netbook that will come with Intel's latest N550 dual-core processor at a speed of 1.5GHz. For the first time, they are offering a dual-core processor in their notebook.
It has a six-cell battery that will provide 10 to 11 hours of battery life. Featuring 10.1-inch display, it is also capable of playing 720p video. It weighs 2.64 pounds (1.2 kilograms) or more. The price of this netbook will start from at $399 and available in the U.S.
Announcing these two laptops, HP is perhaps going to make a big challenge for other laptop brands. Let us see if they can attract users with their latest technology.