The HP Envy 14 is the laptop I would buy for my part, be I in the market for one correct now. That does not unavoidably mean it is the right processor for*you, since everybody has special needs, but I get my hands on a lot of laptops, so it is high praise indeed.
This is start at support design with a Core i3 CPU at 2.4 GHz, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 320GB HDD. The check model came upgrade to a Core i5-450M, also a dual-core CPU with hyper threading at 2.4GHz, but behind Intel's Turbo Boost technology. It also has a 500GB hard drive and HP’s display, that gives you a advanced motion screen 1600 by 900 and improved brightness, contrast, and color. This boost the price of our test model. All that models include a slot loading 8 X DVD-RW drives and ATI's Mobility Radeon HD 5650 graphics card. To keep battery life, you can control graphics between the Radeon card and Intel's integrated HD video chip.
Cosmetically the Envy 14 is a real victor. The fully aluminum remains is good-looking and rigid, giving the scheme a sturdy feel and a enjoyable look with clean lines. You do not find sticker and big symbol all above the place. At 5.3 pounds, it is not faithfully lightweight, but neither is it unreasonably heavy for a processor this size. The 14.5 inch television makes it just a little lesser than lots of 15 inch laptops, but it's still huge sufficient to be great for watching video and playing games.