[Specs, Info, and Prices] HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ew0000, 15-ey0000) – Alder Lake and Zen 3 are both available, but what to choose?

The Envy brand from HP continues to deliver when it comes to quality, hardware availability, and performance. Their x360 sub-brand is only for convertibles, of which we have two laptops to talk about today.

The 15-inch HP Envy convertible has decent hardware from both Intel and AMD, but the devices aren’t as portable as we would like. With no discrete graphics, you can get the cooling setup to be a bit smaller, and thus reduce the weight and the thickness.

Today we are giving you a quick overview of the HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ew0000, 15-ey0000).

The HP ENVY x360 15 is available now with a starting price of $859.99 for the Intel model and $849.99 for the AMD model. 

Full Specs: HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ew0000) / ENVY x360 15 (15-ey0000)

HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ew0000) configurations:

HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ey0000) configurations:


Envy laptops have always looked good and have had functional designs. For example, while the Envy 15 lacks a NumPad in its keyboard, it uses the spare space on the base for two speaker grills. In terms of build materials, the lid is made from recycled metal, while the rest of the base is built from plastic. The color palette consists of either a silver color or a matte black color. In terms of weight, the laptop stops the scales at 1.70 kg, while having a profile of 18.54 mm.


The display selection offers a lot of options, with two FHD panels with either an IPS or an OLED panel. Both of them have a max brightness of 400 nits. If you want a display with a higher resolution, there is a QHD IPS panel with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Specifications and features

On the Intel side, we are greeted by both U-series and P-series processors from the Alder Lake family. In terms of performance, you can go as high as the Core i7-1260P. As for Team Red, AMD has been exceptionally slow with rolling out their Ryzen 6000U-series, which would be perfect for this laptop. Instead, we receive the Ryzen 5000U-series, with two chips that have been refreshed. Integrated graphics are the sole GPU offerings here, with either Iris Xe Graphics G7 or the Radeon RX Vega units. This is where Ryzen 6000 could have done some damage, with the RDNA 2 iGPUs supposedly bringing much more performance than the current competition on the market.

The differences between the AMD and Intel models stretch down to the I/O as well, with the Intel-powered notebook having Thunderbolt 4 support through its USB Type-C ports.

All HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ew0000) configurations:

All HP ENVY x360 15 (15-ey0000) configurations:

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