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HP knocks $140 off its Envy X360 convertible laptop for Black Friday

Today’s Black Friday deals are bringing in some huge surprises — all of them good — in every category, and computing certainly isn’t left out, especially laptops. Right now, at HP, you can get a 15-inch HP Envy X360 Convertible Laptop for $710, down from its original price of $850. That’s an incredible $140 off. Laptops are one of the richest categories on Black Friday, so you won’t want to miss out on deals like this one.

This might be the best day of the year to buy a new laptop, especially if you’re looking in the middle range for something that can offer high performance at an affordable price. Now, that sounds impossible, but HP ENVY X360 does just that. This laptop was made in contrast to HP’s Spectre; the ENVY X360 offers similar performance, speed, and power with its Ryzen 4000 CPU, but at a much lower price than that Spectre series, especially with a standout $140 discount.

The price is just one reason to consider the HP Envy X360 convertible laptop. The all-metal exterior design of the Envy X360 is far superior to comparable laptops in its class (like the all-plastic Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 14). It’s thin, light, and compact. And it performs just beautifully. The 10th-Gen Intel Core i7 processor moves along at a brisk pace, especially for everyday tasks, and we love how it’s partnered with the Intel Iris Plus Graphics card to bring the images to life. Backing all this up, we have 8 GB memory, 256 GB Intel SSD Storage (tons of rooms for your files and films), and 16GB Intel Optane memory.

And then there’s the screen. We can’t get over the 15.6-inch diagonal FHD touch display, which is what gives this convertible computer its name. The 360-degree hinge allows the screen to rotate, flex, and become the ultimate presentation or viewing device. The touch screen is super responsive and opens up all the fun and easy-access of a tablet, including presentation options, placing all of this right at your fingertips.

Right now, at HP you can snag it for $140 off its regular price. The 15-inch HP Envy x360 Convertible Laptop is down to $710, from its original price of $850. Now that’s a great deal!

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The HP Envy X360 is a top laptop in its class, and this kind of discount makes it a Black Friday no-brainer, but if you have something else in mind to meet your needs, be sure to browse our other Black Friday laptop deals to get the lay of the laptop land.

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