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HP's new Envy 14 notebook gets Tiger Lake CPUs and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti graphics

By Kenny Yeo - on 11 Jan 2021, 9:14am

HP's new Envy 14 notebook gets Tiger Lake CPUs and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti graphics

The new HP Envy 14. (Image source: HP)

New year, new notebook. Meet the new HP Envy 14.

No surprises, this notebook has a 14-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio supporting a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels. HP also says the Envy 14 will come with Delta E <2 colour calibration right out of the box.

Inside, the Envy 14 will be powered by Intel's new 11th generation Tiger Lake processors, and there will be various options available. More demanding users will also be able to equip their units with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q discrete graphics.

The Envy 14 is powered by Intel's new 11th generation Tiger Lake processors. (Image source: HP)

To cope with the updated hardware, the Envy 14 has a revised cooling system that draws cool air from underneath the chassis and expels warm air through vents in the rear.

HP has also paid special attention to the webcam and microphone. There's a physical shutter for the webcam and a dedicated key to mute the mic. There's also a new AI Noise Removal feature that removes background noise during video chats, voice calls, and recordings.

The thermal system draws cool air from under the notebook and expels it through the rear. (Image source: HP)

There's also a lighting feature that adjusts the display brightness to enhance the user's appearance during video calls.

Battery life is claimed to be up to 16.5 hours, but obviously, this will vary depending on the system's specifications and usage.


Local availability and pricing

The HP Envy 14 will be available sometime in January with prices starting at S$2,299.

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