HP Envy 14 series (2010)

Basic Specs

Laptop type Mainstream
Operating system Windows 7
Screen size (diagonal) 2.66 inches
CPU brand Intel
CPU family Arrandale
Graphics type Switchable
Optical drive type Slot-loading

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Tech Specs


Laptop type Mainstream
Color Black / Silver


Operating system Windows 7

Display (base)

Screen size (diagonal) 2.66 inches
Technology LCD
Backlight LED
Resolution (X) 1366 px
Resolution (Y) 768 px


Type Chiclet
Backlit Yes
Number pad No


Type(s) Trackpad

Processor (base)

CPU brand Intel
CPU family Arrandale
Model Core i5-450M
Cores 2
Clockspeed 2.4 GHz
Turbo clockspeed 2.66 GHz

GPU (base)

Graphics type Switchable


Base RAM size 4 GB
RAM type DDR3


Options HDD (7200RPM)
Base drive type HDD (7200RPM)
Base drive capacity 500 MB
Card reader Yes

Optical Drive

Optical drive type Slot-loading


Speakers 2
Subwoofer Yes
Surround sound Yes
Audio brand Beats Audio

Port options

Combo eSATA / USB 1
Ethernet 1
DisplayPort 1
3.5mm headphone 1
3.5mm mic / headphone combo 1


Wi-Fi Yes


Size 8 cell
Quoted time 8 hr

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  • 8.0
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    Reviewed by AmeenA (Currently owns)

    This laptop is fantastic and although my score on some points seem low, those are really overshadowed by all that it does well. As with many other windows laptops, the configuration you chose can lead to a dramatically different product. My model has a core i5 2.4 GHz processor, the standard 1366x768 display, and lacks a solid state drive. I've heard that the upgraded display, the radiant display with the envy line are some of the nicest displays on a laptop, and with a solid state drive the performance would definitely see a vast improvement.

    The heat/noise section is a bit difficult for me to rate, but I did my best, I say this because the heat when using intel's integrated graphics card is very low (I can't feel the radiation burning my groin!), but once that Radeon chip starts powering through Skyrim, you may just take an arrow to the knee. Also...my fan is broken right now....so...it doesn't make any noise...I guess that's good?

    One last point about my software score, love windows, but more than a year after buying this laptop I still find myself tweaking the interface regularly to make it look as nice as possible. Windows 8 will address that problem easily enough, I quite like Metro.

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    • Design 8
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    • Display 7
    • Performance 8
    • Heat / noise 7
    • Battery life 7
    • Software 8
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