HP Envy 15-EP0002TX
Intel Core i7-10750H ( 2.60GHz base frequency, up to 5.0GHz with Intel Thermal Velocity Boost, 16MB L3 cache, 8 Cores, 16 Threads )
32 GB DDR4
1TB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
15.6" diagonal, UHD 4K Display ,OLED display that supports 100% DCI-P3 wide colour gamut (3840 x 2160)
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HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX | 10TH GEN | CORE I7-10750H (2.60 GHz) | 32GB Ram | 1TB SSD | 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 2060 | 15.6” 4K | Touch Screen | FP READER | BKB | DOS | (Open Box)
HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX
- Gen : 10th Gen
- Processor : Core I7-10750H
- Ram : 32GB
- Storage : 1TB SSD
- Display: 15.6”4K
- GPU : 6GB NVIDIA RTX 2060
- OS : DOS
- Status : OPEN BOX
HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX
The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX design are mostly marginal or superficial. The most notable change is that the front edge is rounder and it no longer meets at a sharp line unlike on the 2018 model. This approach makes the lid much easier to grip and open with a thumb. Accents are also slightly different around the rear and bottom panel. Otherwise, the system still looks and feels the same as before which is good since chassis rigidity has always been a strong point for the Envy 15 series. Applying pressure on the palm rests, keyboard center, or outer lid will depress their surfaces just slightly with almost no audible creaking. It is a laptop aimed toward the more professional, enterprise crowd, so it doesn’t take a whole lot of risks with its design. Still, the design is well-built with an aluminum alloy chassis that helps it feel sturdy.
The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX is equipped with the Intel Core i7-10750H is a fast 45 W processor designed for the beefier laptops. The Comet Lake-H CPU was launched in mid-2020. It features six cores (twelve threads) running at 2.6 GHz Boosting up to 5 GHz (single-core Boost). The likely all-core Boost frequency is 4.3 GHz. The newer model has two advantages over its predecessor, in that its Boost frequency is higher and the memory controller can now officially host memory clocked at 2,933 MHz, an upgrade over the 2,666 MHz limitation of the outgoing model. The hexa-core CPU is compatible with dual-channel DDR4-2933 RAM and has support for PCI-Express 3.0 and Thunderbolt 3.
The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX 15-inch, 1080p FHD touch display produces images and video nicely with rich color saturation, delivering solid brightness and contrast. The HP Envy x360 has an average brightness of 338 nits, short of the 392-nit average. The Surface Pro 7+ was the group’s star with 358 nits, and the Latitude rounded us out with 260 nits. The touchscreen display is highly responsive and accurate, but it doesn’t come with a stylus
Key feedback and layout are the same as on the 2018 model down to even their secondary functions, but it would have been nice to see some improvements at least.
The Precision-enabled clickpad is once again 12 x 6 cm. Its uncommon 2:1 aspect ratio was designed to better match the 16:9 display, but in reality, vertical movements feel much more cramped when compared to most other laptops with squarer clickpads. The 5 x 3.8-inch touchpad on the Envy is massive and does a great job of executing Window 10 gestures including three or four-fingered swipes and simple finger taps. The bottom corners of the touchpad are super clicky and responsive.
The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX arrives with a fair amount of ports for its size. You’ll find a USB-Type A port, an SD card slot, and an AC power port on the right. You can find another USB-A port, an HDMI port, a USB-C port, and a 3.5 audio jack on the left.
As for audio, the HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX speakers pack a decent punch, though they sound particularly crisp and you notice a big bass response. The laptop’s dual microphones are more of a standout, producing loud and clear audio for videoconferencing.
The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX lasted 11 hours and 23 minutes during the Mag battery test, which consists of continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness.
The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX has been stagnant during these past few years. Despite having changes to the chassis and processors, most of these updates are largely aesthetic and with minimal performance boosts, respectively. The HP convertible is still notable for its excellent build quality and rigidity. It’s definitely not very light, but that helps make it feel stronger and longer-lasting than the equivalents from Lenovo, Acer, or Asus. The HP ENVY 15-EP0002TX is a solid choice that offers peppy performance and is handy for mobile professionals or college students who need something relatively lightweight.