The HP Envy 13t 6VC07AV_1, released in late 2019, is a traditional 13.3-inch ultraportable laptop. It offers high-resolution display options, optional touchsreen functionality, a fast 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, optional Nvidia dedicated video card, fast solid state drive storage, and keyboard backlight. The 6VC07AV_1 is SKU of the Envy 13t that is available and configurable on the HP Store. The same laptop can be found pre-configured at various sellers under different SKUs.
The light 2.6-pound Envy 13t 6VC07AV_1 with a very thin 0.6″ casing profile offers two display resolution choices – sharp Full HD and extremely sharp Ultra HD (4K). Both screens are IPS-type, meaning they provide great viewing angles.
The only processor option is the higher-end 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U with four computing cores. The chip is among the fastest laptop processors on the market, comparable to high-performance workstation and gaming class CPUs. It’s more than capable for easy handling of all regular home and office computing tasks and additionally provides decent (but not the best) performance for heavier duties like video and photo editing.
The processor includes the basic Intel UHD integrated graphics, which can be used only for light gaming. If you want to upgrade gaming performance of the laptop, you can include the Nvidia GeForce MX250 2GB video card option. It is an entry-level video card, far weaker than the full-blown GeForce GTX gaming-class video cards. But it’s still far batter than the Intel UHD integrated graphics.
RAM size options are 8GB and 16GB, both enabling seamless multitasking. There are three solid state drive storage options – with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB (1000GB) capacity. You can optionally select Intel Optane memory for further storage speed improvements of the already fast SSDs.
As for the battery, the HP Envy 13t 6VC07AV_1 has a quite capacious 53 WHr unit, so you can expect a good battery life.
The laptop has a built-in fingerprint reader as a nice perk for better security and easier system log-ins.
Usual starting price: around 1,000 USD* as of December 3, 2019.