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HP Envy 14 Beats with Sandy Bridge Processor

Latest developments in the computing world indicate the arrival of a new HP Envy 14 Beats laptop running on Intel’s second generation core Sandy Bridge version of processor. The new HP Envy Beats with Sandy Bridge processor houses the best components with advanced features to provide unmatched solid performance with a full set of features. HP has been very consistent in production of top notch machines that provide some of the solid performance we’ve ever experienced in the industry; its expected HP Envy 14 Beats will follow in the foot steps.

Looking at HP Envy 14 Beats design, you’ll discover a cool sturdy aluminum which makes up to the HP Envy 14 Beat’s lid and frame. Just like previous HP Envy 14’s siblings, both the lid and the palm rest feature have the same laser-etched pattern. Despite the new HP Envy 14’s reduced size than most 14inch laptops, it weighs 5.52 pounds which is slightly heavier. I consider a 14.5inch wide display screen on HP Envy 14 Beats a plus considering 14.0inch display panels found on other 14inch laptops in the industry.
At 1366×768 pixel resolution on HP Envy 14 Beats, it produces rich colors at wider viewing angles compared to its peers. The most amazing feature on HP Envy 14 Beats is its TrueVision High Definition web camera allowing users to make Skype calls and Video chart at 720pixels resolution; to me this is amazing. If you are looking a comfortable typing keyboard, then you’ll probably find the full size chicklet keyboard on HP Envy 14 amazing. A 750GB hard drive on HP Envy 14 is most welcome considering limited capacities found on its peers.
HP Envy 14 Beats Features/Specifications;
  • 2.3GHz Intel core i5-2410m processor
  • 6GB RAM
  • 14.5inch display screen
  • Intel HD Graphics 3000 Graphics card
  • 750GB hard drive storage capacity
  • HP Envy 14 Beats has 3 USB ports with one port configured with 3.0 USB technology supporting a 10 times faster speed than USB 2.0 technology
  • HP Envy Beats has a Multiformat card reader supporting SD, SDHC and MMC which lets users transfer videos and photos from their camera’s memory card without using an extra adapter
  • WiDi (Wireless Display technology) allowing streaming of High Definition videos on your HP Envy 14 Beats.
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