HP Envy 15t

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The HP Envy 15t is a notebook laptop that combines Quad Core performance, a subtly engineered design and a superior user experience. It features a genuine Windows 7 operating system for superior digital entertainment and advanced features. The HP Envy 15t is engineered for maximal performance and minimal bulk with the ability of being fully upgradeable with versatility storage to achieve perfect balance between speed and capacity. The HP Envy 15t is built out of advanced materials using precision engineering and state-of-the-art technology to deliver an exciting new experience.
The HP Envy 15t measures 38.0 cm x 24.4 cm x 2.65 cm (W x D x H) in dimension and weighs approximately 2.35 kg. It also comes under a one-year HP pick up and return, parts and labour warranty on hardware with 30 days free limited software as well as Total Care friendly, expert, around the clock assistance that is accessible via phone, e-mail and on-line chat. Not only that, it also comes with software including Recovery partition (including possibility to recover system, applications and drivers separately), optional re-allocation of recovery partition, recovery CD/ DVD creation tool, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2009 (60 days live update), and Notebook Help and Support. Other pre-installed software include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Windows Live messenger, Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash Player. In terms of optical drive driver software, the HP Envy 15t comes pre-installed with HP Media Smart Suite, HP Total Care Setup, HP ProtectSmart, Instant-On solution, Cyberlink DVD Suite, Windows Media center, Windows Mail, Corel VideoStudio X2, Corel Paintshop Pro X2 and Stardock My Colours. There is a 2-in-1 integrated Digital Media Reader that is compatible with Secure Digital cards and MultiMedia cards, 3 USB 2.0 ports, one headphone out port and one microphone in port. Additional ports include VGA, RJ-45, and HDMI. Besides that, the HP Envy 15t also has two accessible memory slots that can support a maximum of 8 GB of memory expansion. It also has an integrated network card with 10/ 100/ 1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector) capabilities that incorporates 802.11 a/g/n WLAN technologies. In terms of its display, the HP Envy 15t sports an HP+ High Definition HP LED BrightView Widescreen Radiance Display that measures 15.6 inches diagonally with a WXGA resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. In terms of graphics, it also has an integrated ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4830 Graphics card with up to 2811 MB total graphics memory with up to 1 GB dedicated video RAM. There is also a built in nightvision HP web camera with IR LED for illumination situated right above the display, as well as an integrated digital microphone for video conferencing. It is powered by a 6-cell lit-ion battery. Alternatively, it can also be powered by a 9-cell lit-ion battery or even through a wall socket via 120 W AC Power Adapter. Not only that, there is also a full size chicklet keyboard with one touch launch keys and action keys as well as a touch pad that supports multi touch gestures with on/ off button and dedicated vertical scroll up/ down pad. There is also an integrated 56K Modem port as well as Bluetooth wireless networking capabilities. The HP Envy 15t operates on a genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit operating system that also comes with its respective system recovery DVD. Besides that, the HP Envy 15t runs on an Intel Core Processor i7-720QM processor of 1.6 GHz level 2 Cache 6 MB. As for its system memory, it incorporates 4 GB of DDR3 SDRAM and the ability to support up to 16 GB of DDR3 memory. In terms of storage, the HP Envy 15t has an internal hard disk drive that has a capacity of 320 GB 7200 rpm SATA Hard Drive.

“A big brother to HP’s 13-inch Envy 13, this upscale 15-inch model crams more computing power into a midsize laptop than anyone outside of Alienware’s m15x. And while that system is a 10-pound monster, the Envy 15 manages to be both slim and reasonably lightweight, partially by ditching the internal optical drive–an unusual move for a larger laptop.” (CNET, 2009)

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