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7.1 out of 10

HP Envy 6-series

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Reviews and Problems with HP Envy 6-series

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Overall 8
Performance 9
Battery performance 9
Display 7
Weight 9
Noise 8
Gaming performance 8
Connectivity 6
Keyboard 9
Temperature 8

Review HP Envy 6-1000sg Ultrabook

12 September 2012
  • Summary: More than just an Ultrabook? Most Ultrabook buyers have to sacrifice performance in favor of enhanced mobility. HP's Envy 6 bucks the trend, and aims to woo gamers with a dedicated graphics card, all while delivering good value for money. Unfortunately, the slim 15-inch model isn't much use outdoors.
  • Pros: high applications performance, gaming capability, SSD cache, decent speakers, good workmanship, long battery life, Unlike most of its rivals, the Envy 6 is ready for more than just web browsing and mobile work: The dedicated Radeon graphics card  qualifies the Ultrabook as a combile companion for the next LAN party. Gamers may not always be able to play at the highest settings, but the HD 7670M beats the integrated HD Graphics 4000 by a mile.
  • Cons: glossy and dim display, limited choice of connectors, GPU throttling on battery, slow and low range wifi, As we've seen so often, it's the display that prevents a better rating: poor contrast, glossy and much too dark, it's the weak spot of an otherwise pretty decent notebook.
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HP Envy 6t-1000 Ultrabook Review

28 August 2012
  • Conclusion: If you’re looking for a lighter than average 15” screen laptop but don’t have the $2,000 to spend on a MacBook Pro with Retina Display then the $749 Envy 6t could be a decent half priced substitute.  The design is appealing, the midnight black color is professional while the red trim gives it a sporty look.  The audio quality is above average for both 15” laptops and Ultrabooks and the number of ports you get is also great.
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HP Envy Sleekbook 6z-1000 review

22 August 2012
  • Summary: The HP Envy Sleekbook 6z-1000 is a nice-looking entry-level laptop, and it costs only £549. The laptop's performance and processing speed may not be up to par, but HP's premium styling and components definitely make this laptop look lust-worthy. If you're not terribly concerned with having the fastest notebook on the market, the Sleekbook is worth a look.
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Overall 4

HP Envy Sleekbook 6z-1000

PC Magazine
1 August 2012
  • Conclusion: HP has positioned its AMD-powered HP Envy Sleekbook 6z-1000 as a lower-priced alternative to Intel-certified ultrabooks. Unfortunately, the axiom that "you get what you pay for" applies here. It's underpowered, has a mediocre screen, and may feel slow even when brand new.
  • Pros: Less expensive than ultrabooks. Good port selection. Metal construction
  • Cons: Sluggish performance. Loaded with bloatware. Low-resolution display. Screen door effect on display. Fingerprint magnet.
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Overall 7

HP ENVY 6t-1000 review – the 15.6 inch ultrabook

23 July 2012
  • Summary: If you want a 15.6 inch ultrabook, the HP ENVY 6 provides solid value for the buck. It's sleek, light and nicely built and fast enough for the average daily tasks. However, HP could have worked on the details, as the screen, keyboard or trackpad are merely average.
  • Pros: slim and light for a 15.6 inch laptop, good looking and nicely put together, fast enough for daily use and multimedia, good speakers, decent battery life
  • Cons: The screen, keyboard and trackpad are only average, not as fast as other laptops in this class, easily catches fingerprints
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Overall 6

HP Envy Sleekbook 6z Review

LAPTOP Magazine
11 July 2012
  • Summary: Whether you're a student looking for a thin laptop with a big screen or you just want a cheap Ultrabook alternative, the $599 HP Envy Sleekbook 6z is definitely worth considering. Aside from a striking design, this sleek laptop features above-average audio and long battery life.
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Overall 8

HP Envy 6-1001tx review: a big, Sandy Bridge-based notebook with discrete graphics, lots of RAM and plenty of storage

Good Gear Guide.au
15 September 2012
  • Summary: HP's Envy 6-1001tx is an Ultrabook that's large, but it just squeezes into Intel's requirements for thickness. It's a good model to consider if you want a thin and reasonably light notebook for gaming. You get a good configuration with lots of RAM, storage and graphics power, but it doesn't have an Ivy Bridge CPU. It's a notebook that's well built and it feels good to use. It just needs a better screen and Wi-Fi adapter.
  • Pros: Good configuration, Well built, Good input devices
  • Cons: Poor screen, Single-band Wi-Fi, Inconsistent performance
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Overall 6

HP Envy Sleekbook 6z-1000 review

PC Advisor
14 September 2012
  • Summary: Our HP Envy Sleekbook 6z-1000 review shows that this slim and light laptop offers looks and price, but not processor speed.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

29 August 2012
  • Excerpt: HP Envy Ultrabook series is known for high-end performance, fairly thin and reasonably light body in addition to bright and clear display. The series stand with its distinctive appearance in the Ultrabook market. Lately released, HP Envy 6-1001TU Ultrabook is powered by an Intel 2nd Generation processor to meet all your computing requirements and is capable of managing both your home and professional work as it comes bundled with Windows 7 Home Basic OS.
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Overall 8

HP Envy 6-1006ea

Trusted Reviews
14 August 2012
  • Summary: Meet the Sleekbook, HP’s super-affordable, AMD-based answer to the Intel Ultrabook.
  • Pros: Superb battery life, Nicely designed, Great value, Good usability
  • Cons: Average performance, Poor speakers
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