The HP Envy x360 m6-aq103dx is a full-size 2-in-1 convertible laptop with popular 360-degree hinge design. The touch-screen sports sharp Full HD 1920×1080-pixel resolution and IPS wide viewing angles. Inside its stylish and sleek silver chassis with a 0.7″ thin profile and a backlit keyboard, the HP Envy x360 m6-aq103dx packs an Intel Core i5 processor, 12GB of system memory, and a 1-Terabyte hard drive.
The i5 chip in this 2-in-1 notebook model is the 7th Generation Intel Core i5-7200U dual-core CPU. The i5 combined with large 12GB RAM and its built-in Intel HD 620 graphics is an excellent solution for usual home and office PC tasks, heavy multitasking, and gaming. You can read more about everyday computing duties on i5-7200U chip in this review, while gaming performance can be seen in this HD 620 review. Performance-wise, a downside of the x360 m6-aq103dx is its traditionally slow hard drive storage. But on the positive side, the included 5,400rpm 1TB HDD offers a plenty of storage space for users’ file libraries. A built-in DVD optical drive isn’t offered in this laptop.
The rest of the specs sheet of the HP Envy x360 m6-aq103dx includes stereo speakers, a 720p web camera, 802.111AC Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, two full-size USB 3.0 ports and a modern USB-C 3.1 compact port, HDMI video output, a multi-format media card reader, and a combo headphones-out / microphone-in audio connector.
The Envy x360 has a large 56 WHr battery, as opposed to usual 30-40 WHr batteries found in similar laptops. HP claims the battery in this 2-in-1 can provide “up to 10 hours” of runtime on a charge.
The machine weighs in at 4.8 pounds and is regularly priced at around $700.