Summary: This HP Envy puts touch into a standard ultrabook, a welcome change that won't force users too far outside of their comfort-zone. Pros: + Comes with Windows 8. + Intel Core i5-3317U processor. + Beats Audio. Cons: - Hinges too wobbly for touch.
Summary: When i received the laptop ,the first thing that i noticed was its good looks.It was really a well designed laptop which i always wanted to have.I frankly did not like the weight of the laptop which was a bit more .The pros ,cons and some questions are as below pros: 1)Good design 2)Touch screen is...
Summary: love the computer, lightweight. because i don't know much computer mumbojumbo, i can't really evaluate gigs or whatever..but what i can whine about is that 1) i despise windows 8 ...... 2) worked lovely for the first 6 months, now the freakin' "wireless adapter" constantly has to be "reset" ...
Summary: Was looking to buy an ultrabook on the cheap. Had to have a back-lit keyboard. I couldn't care less about the touchscreen, and honestly I don't really understand the need on a laptop. I hate fingerprints on my screen...) There's not much to complain about on this one.
Summary: I bought this laptop to use for college, and it was an incredible purchase. Pros: - the touchscreen interface is natural and easy to use. I can swipe between the Start page and between minimized or open projects easily and quickly. - It's fast!
Summary: This is a very comfortable machine to work with .Windows 8 was very easy to set up. the machine is very fast as well i able to run a number of programs at once. Very easy to find my way around the tabs and the touch effect. The battery life was as stated.
Summary: Okay, this is not a $1000+ macbook, so please don't expect miracles from it. I've been using this for a few months and I'm quite happy with the performance. The CPU is a low-voltage one, but it's powerful enough to handle words, excel and all the stuff an average student need.