Aluminum metals are a sight to behold.
Dreamy parts like an Intel Core i7 processor and 6GB of memory.
Excellent graphics card.
Fast hard drive.
Excellent audio system.
Full-HD LED-backlit display.
Excellent audio performance with earbuds.
Extremely powerful for a 15 inch laptop.
Good for high end gamming.
1080p screen for watching HD movies.
Quad core fast laptop.
Runs very hot.
Battery life could be better.
No backlit keyboard option.
Weak feature set.
Has some issues with Bluray playback.
Touchpad jumpy for two-handed use.
By T3 Magazine on June 18, 2010
The Envy 15 just falls short thanks to a poor battery life and cooling system. Those after a MacBook Pro-style Windows 7 laptop will be tempted,...60
By PC Advisor on June 11, 2010
The HP Envy 15-1110ea is a beautiful laptop which oozes quality and comes with plenty of stylish design touches. It’s more powerful and better equipped than the more expensive Apple MacBook Pro that it imitates, but its quad-core processor could...80
By TechCentral on April 08, 2010
The HP Envy 15 is a classy notebook that has a lot going for it. It is a multimedia powerhouse that’s great for running all sorts of applications, watching movies, surfing and even playing games. Plus, its stereo speakers are pretty good as it...-
By PCMag Mideast on April 08, 2010
Everything about the HP Envy 15 seemed as if it were a dream come true. An Intel Mobile Core i7 processor, 8GB of DDR3 memory, and an ATI graphics card are parts that you would find in a gaming rig–not in a 15.6-inch aluminum frame that bears a...70
By CNET Asia on February 24, 2010
While it is one of the best-looking machines in its class, the high price tag and limited port selection make this a model attractive only to the vain....72
By Online Notebook on February 04, 2010
We laud HP for putting in such powerful hardware and still managing to keep the device compact. We didn’t have much issues with the Envy 15, the price might be the only think that will hold you back. But if you have deep pockets and are looking...-
By The Inquirer on January 28, 2010
One premium laptop, the HP Voodoo Envy 133, finally tipped up in 2008 with a $2,099 price tag, but that never made it across the pond to Blighty. It was all quiet again until late last year when HP produced two new premium luxury notebooks to be...50
By PC Authority on January 18, 2010
WITH Luscious looks and great performance, this is an i7 laptop to drool over, but battery life lets it...100
By AsiaOne on January 15, 2010
Plenty of style and computing power, at the expense of battery...-
By Dev Hardware on January 12, 2010
Whether or not the HP Envy 15-1050nr is the laptop for you really depends on your budget. Its $2,000 price tag will definitely be high for many who are looking for a laptop to carry out casual tasks, and if you are one of them, then you should obviously...-