Yesterday, we showed you the AMD version of the HP ENVY x360 15, which comes powered by the U-series of Ryzen 5000 processors. The laptop offers great performance that is paired with a versatile body, which has a 360-degree hinge, enabling tablet functionality.
Today we will talk about the Intel model, which comes with the newest from Team Blue. Tiger Lake has been the light at the end of the tunnel for the Blue company, and while as of now, we only have the low-TDP chips, Intel is for sure preparing H-series chips, which will truly be a treat.
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