Like all mobile electronics giants, including Hewlett-Packard (world leader in the portable PC segment) could not Miss the CES 2011. For the occasion, the American company has introduced the new HP Envy 17 with Intel and Intel-based Huron River Sandy Bridge. The HP Ultra-house will feature the new Intel Quad Core Sandy Bridge, but also the new AMD graphics card Radeon HD 6850M.
This should take advantage of the GPU Switchable Graphics technology, allowing the notebook to be able to switch between the dedicated graphics chip and Intel GMA 3000 HD integrated into the processor, depending on whether the user wants to focus on performance or autonomy. We stress, however, that AMD does not indicate any support for his series Switchagle Graphics Radeon HD6800M. HP Envy 17 will be also equipped with Intel Wireless Display.
This feature will allow wireless transfer of digital content on your PC on a TV (compatible) to another room to watch a movie or listen to great music in the lounge. Among the technologies incorporated into the new Envy 17, we also CoolSense that automatically adjusts fan speed according to temperature of the notebook, so the laptop does not overheat.
The new HP will have Envy 17 audio Beats, 2TB of storage space and maximum data will also declined in a 3D version Envy 17. The prices and release dates of the new HP Envy 17 platform Huron River are currently unknown, but we are confident that HP will not belong to the thin end of the market economy.