Take a look in your daily carry bag, the backpack (or briefcase or what have you) that you take along every morning to work or school. Go ahead. I’ll wait.
What did you see in there? Some papers, probably, and a few pens; maybe a spare smartphone charger or a magazine to read on the train; and, of course, there’s your essential tech. But if you saw both a laptop and a tablet, my friend, I am here to tell you that there is a better way.
Over the last several weeks, I’ve been sharing a selection of specially chosen devices from GeekDad’s latest sponsor, AMD, each designed to help you and your family power through your toughest tasks. Today, as we wrap up the series, we arrive at the cream of the crop, a notebook for all season, the jack-of-all-trades we call the HP Envy x360 2-in-1 touch-screen laptop.
With an AMD FX 9800P quad-core processor that dynamically adjusts to the processing speed needed for the task at hand (up to a blistering 3.40 GHz) and a 7th Generation AMD FX 9800P APU to help share the load, the Envy x360 is the very picture of perfect performance. Add to this a 7200 RPM 1TB hard drive and 8GB of DDR4 SDRAM, and this laptop is ready for whatever you throw at it.
Yet there’s more! The HP Envy x360 also boasts a 15.6-inch edge-to-edge glass touch-screen, and a hinged design to let you open it as a traditional clamshell for typing, fold the keyboard back to prop it up for an optimum viewing angle, or fold it flat to use the device as a tablet.
Here are all the details:
Processor Line: AMD FX-Series Processors
Processor Model: 7th Gen FX 9800P APU
Cores: 12 Compute Cores (4 CPU + 8 GPU)
GPU Model: AMD Radeon R7 Graphics
Processor Speed: 2.50 GHz (up to 3.40 GHz)
Operating System: Windows 10 Home
Hard Drive Size: 1TB
Display Size: 15.6inch
Form Factor: Notebook
HDD Speed: 7200
Network Speed: Wireless
Price: from $649.99 (plus shipping)
Whether you’re looking for a beautifully balanced 2-in-1, a powerful mobile computing solution, or a budget-priced portable that doesn’t sacrifice style or substance, our friends at AMD have you covered: Enabling today. Inspiring tomorrow.
This is a sponsored blog post for which GeekDad was compensated. All thoughts and opinions are my own.