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$550New
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Updated January 10, 2024·

Choosing between the HP Envy x360 15" and the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro depends on your priorities. The HP Envy is generally more budget-friendly with more storage, while the Lenovo IdeaPad offers double the RAM, and a higher resolution display with a taller aspect ratio which might be better for productivity tasks. The Envy has a larger screen, but the IdeaPad is lighter, making it more portable. The IdeaPad's processor is suitable for tasks that require strong single-core performance, whereas the Ryzen in the HP Envy may offer better multi-core performance, useful for multitasking. For graphics, both utilize integrated GPUs which are fine for general use and light gaming, but not for intensive gaming or demanding graphics work. The IdeaPad has Thunderbolt 4 ports, offering faster data transfer and connectivity options compared to the HP Envy's USB-C ports. If battery life is crucial, the HP Envy has a slightly longer battery life in typical usage scenarios. Both laptops have touchscreens and are released relatively close in time, with the HP being the newer model. Give Feedback

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Key differences

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Engineering and Design

6.4
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
7.2
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro is good for engineering and design, while the HP Envy x360 15" is only fair.

Performance

6.6
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
6.9
General use
3D
Engineering and design
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro performs better than the HP Envy x360 15" for general use, and engineering and design.

Screen Quality

6.2
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
7.7
General use
Gaming and 3D
Design and engineering
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro has a better screen than the HP Envy x360 15" for general use, gaming and 3D, and engineering and design.

Battery

10.0 Hours
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
8.5 Hours
The HP Envy x360 15" has 10 hours of battery life. The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro has 8.5 hours of battery life.

Portability

Good
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
Very Good
15.6in
SIZE
14.0in
4.4 lbs
WEIGHT
3.0 lbs
0.7in
THICKNESS
0.6in
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro has very good portability, while the HP Envy x360 15" has good portability.
The most portable laptops are small, thin, and light.

Build Quality

7.2
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
7.8
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro and HP Envy x360 15" both have good build quality, though the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro has somewhat better build quality.

Cost

$550
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
$799
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The HP Envy x360 15" has a price of $550 and the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro costs $799.
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Key similarities

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General Use

7.0
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
7.2
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro and HP Envy x360 15" are both good for general use.

Gaming and 3D

6.1
Envy x360 15"
IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
6.4
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro and HP Envy x360 15" are both only fair for gaming and 3D.

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How the HP Envy x360 15" and the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro compare to other laptops

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Spec Comparison

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HP Envy x360 15"Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
HP Envy x360 15"Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro

GENERAL

Price
$550
$799
Brand
HPLenovo
Release Date
January 04 2023January 10 2021
Operating System
Windows 11 HomeWindows 11 Home
Overall Dimensions
14.1'' x 9'' x 0.72''12.3'' x 8.7'' x 0.62''
Weight
4.43 lbs3.04 lbs

INTERNAL

Processor
AMD Ryzen 5 7530UIntel i5-11300H
Overall CPU Score
5.6/105/10
Graphics
Vega 7 Iris Xe G7
Overall GPU Score
2.4/102.4/10
RAM
8 gb16 gb

SCREEN

Resolution
1920 x 10802880 x 1800
General Use Screen Score
6.4/108/10
Gaming and 3D Screen Score
6.2/107.1/10
Design and Engineering Screen Score
6.3/108.1/10
Diagonal Size
15.6"14"

PORTS & CONNECTIVITY

USB Type-A
21
USB-C ports
22
USB-C (Non-Thunderbolt)
20
USB-C Charging
YesYes
Display Outputs
32

BATTERY

Battery Life
10 hours8.5 hours
Battery Capacity
55 wh60.7 wh

OTHER HARDWARE

Webcam
1080p720p
Keyboard Quality Score
7/108/10
Fingerprint Reader
NoNo
Number Pad
NoNo
Backlit Keyboard
YesYes

RELIABILITY

Build Quality Score
7.2/107.8/10
Warranty Period
1 year1 year

Comparison summary

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Comparison Summary
Better BatteryHP Envy x360 15"
More portableLenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
Better for Gaming Roughly equal
Better keyboardLenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro
Better for creative useLenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro

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HP Envy x360 15"

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CNET

Matt Elliott | January 2023
"Despite its good looks, stellar webcam and comfortable keyboard, the Envy x360 15 is hard to recommend because of its dim, 16:9 display. If the display isn't an issue for you, just be sure to wait for a good sale price. Otherwise, a more modern two-in-one with a 16:10 display such as the Dell Inspiron 16 2-in-1 or Lenovo Yoga 7i 16 provides a larger workspace without adding much to the size and weight of the system."

Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro

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Allen Ngo | October 2021
"The main selling point of the IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro versus a regular IdeaPad Slim 7 is its faster Core H-series CPU. In reality, the Core i7-11370H is only marginally faster than the U-series Core i7-1165G7 to the point where most users are not likely to notice the benefits. The slight performance uptick comes at the cost of slightly higher power consumption as well meaning owners will have to deal with potentially warmer temperatures or louder fans to compensate. Unless if you happen to be a power user, then the regular non-Pro model will be more than enough. Once you go 90 Hz, you can't go back."

About HP

HP, also known as Hewlett-Packard, is an American technology company that develops personal computers and computer peripherals. In the laptop industry, HP is known for its entry level Essential series laptops, its mid-range Pavilion, Envy, and Victus series, and high-end Omen and Spectre series, in addition to its business-oriented EliteBook, ProBook, and Dragonfly series laptops. HP laptops generally undercut other mainstream competitors in terms of price, placing itself as the value-oriented mainstream brand.

About Lenovo

Lenovo is a Chinese technology company, and the largest personal computer vendor. They are well known for a variety of technology products, including laptops. Their consumer series include their entry level IdeaPad and LOQ series and mid-to-high-end Yoga and Legion series. On the business-oriented side, their series include their entry-level ThinkBook series and mid-to-high-end ThinkPad series. Lenovo laptops offer strong performance for reasonable prices, and are often on sale.

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