It cost $799 at released time and was released on August 2019.
Specifications & Features.
The slim power button with an LED strip, opposite a fingerprint sensor. Chrome trim around the touchpad and some unobtrusive Envy and HP branding give this reasonably-priced notebook a premium aesthetic.
Adopted from HP’s pricier Spectre laptops are the Envy 13’s slim display bezels. While not as thin as those on some Dell and Asus laptops, the narrow black frame around the Envy’s panel provides an immersive viewing experience without sacrificing the webcam.
USB 3.1 Type-A ports on each side of the Envy 13. You can use these inputs to connect legacy peripherals — like mice, keyboards or external webcams – without a dongle
The 13.3-inch, 1080p non-touch display on the base Envy 13 is just as good as the 4K touch option, if not better. While both touch screen panels are very sharp and bright, the FHD version is even more vivid than the higher-res panel.
Graphics & Audio
Envy 13 came with a discrete graphics card. While the NVidia GeForce MX250 GPU isn’t meant for demanding gaming, it is a step up from integrated graphics as proven by comparing it to the UHD 620 GPU in the FHD model.