As the line between home and work continues to blur, HP has revamped its mainstream Envy 14 laptop with a fresh new design, which includes a taller display, a physical webcam shutter, and faster components to better balance play and productivity.
HP has shown off what it calls the “next generation of personal computing” for the Australian market at CES2018, unveiling the Spectre x360 15 convertible PC and the Envy x2 to bolster its current lineup.
What happens when you take a desktop replacement laptop and add in Leap Motion’s fingertip-tracking, movement-control system? You get the special edition HP Envy 17. You can control this laptop without even touching it. But is an otherwise pretty basic consumer notebook worth $2499?