HP's Envy 17 is a desktop replacement with plenty of speed under the hood, uses fourth-gen Core i7
Good Gear Guide.au
3 August 2012
Summary: HP's Envy 17 is a big notebook that's suitable as a desktop replacement computer. It has a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 CPU, discrete NVIDIA graphics, and it can be used for almost any mainstream computing task. For the asking price, though, it could use better Wi-Fi, a touchscreen and some refinement in its build quality.
Pros: Fast CPU, Lots of RAM, Plenty of internal storage
Cons: Bouncy keyboard, Only single-band Wi-Fi, No touchscreen