The new HP ENVY x360 is a masterpiece of style and substance combining awesome craftsmanship with powerful efficiency to give you freedom to create more, connect more and achieve more at work, or at play.

This laptop features some of the latest technology and will fit into any hardworking professionals’ life seamlessly.

Stylish and functional design

The HP ENVY x360 features 360-degree rotation and touch-screen which will give you the flexibility to switch among any laptop mode – including stand up, tent, and tablet – for the perfect work, play or watching experience.

It is sleek, lightweight, and thin, yet features a 15-inch display and a backlit full-size keyboard allowing you to have portability without compromising on screen real estate functionality.

Media powerhouse

With HP Quad Speakers and HP Audio Boost System custom-tuned by Bang & Olufsen experts, the audio output is exceptionally rich and unmatched.

This, combined with the laptop’s 4K UHD display and the fact that the laptop has all the ports necessary for connecting external 4K displays, gives you and immersive dual 4K set up for an expansive entertainment or productivity experience.

Ready whenever you are

The sophisticated HP ENVY x360 is the perfect companion for the busy multi-tasker and has the stamina to keep up. It comes with 8GB of RAM, has internal storage of 512GB, and is available with either Intel or AMD processors.

It features a battery life of 12 hours and 45 minutes but includes Fast Charge Technology which means it can charge a device up to 50 percent in less than an hour.

For more information about HP Envy, go to hp.com/Africa product pages and discover more amazing timeless technology.

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