HP Envy 4
Sleek design for a budget laptop.
Strong battery life.
Older, slower Intel Core i3 processor.
Lack of DVD drive.
By NotebookCheck on December 08, 2012
Great on the outside, mediocre in all other aspects: the HP Envy 4-1000sg is a mix of good and bad. HP's chassis are usually quite decent - and the Envy 4 is no exception: the aluminum used for the lid and around the palm rest not only looks very...79
By Tech2 on November 28, 2012
Nice black, brushed metal finish on the rear The HP Envy 1104TU sells at a price of Rs. 52,990 here in India. For that price, you get most of what you get in the Spectre XT, but for a lot less. The Spectre XT was priced at Rs. 64,990. but the...70
By CNET Australia on October 25, 2012
With an ultra-long name, HP's newest ultrabook brings touch into...84
By PC Advisor on October 16, 2012
The Envy 4 is a good looking and well-made laptop for the price. It's not as attractive at Lenovo's U410, though, and battery life is the only real standout feature. We prefer the U410's extra gaming power, but the Envy 4 remains a sensible...60
By Expert Reviews on September 20, 2012
Stylish, compact and well-priced, if a little slow...80
By Ubergizmo on September 18, 2012
This kind of laptop, frankly, feels like a revelation. It wasn’t too long ago that laptops in the $600-$700 range were bulky, assembled without much care to optimize space. In that respect, the HP Envy 4 is a resounding success. There aren’t...-
By DigitalVersus on September 07, 2012
The disappointing figures we got when we tested the display automatically put the Envy 4 down two stars. The sound from the headphone and speaker jacks also needs some major work and the heat levels are a bit high. In this price range, we'd say go...60
By cnet on August 14, 2012
HP's Envy 4 is an attractive, affordable type of ultrabook with a basic but solid set of features, even if it lacks the speed of more expensive alternatives in our entry-level configuration. Your best bet is to pay more for a faster version, or...70
By TopTenREVIEWS on August 09, 2012
By SlashGear on August 09, 2012
All in all this is a rather great machine. It’s lightweight, portable, thin, powerful, sounds great, and has a bright and vivid screen. Oh and did we mention affordable. For everything you get this is certainly an affordable Ultrabook, I just wish...-