HP ENVY dv7-7250us 17.3-inch notebook features a Windows 8, and an Intel Core i7 quad-core 2.4GHz processor with Turbo Boost technology up to 3.4GHz. The notebook also features Intel HD Graphics 4000 and a 17.3-inch HD+ BrightView LED-backlit display. The 1TB hard drive offers protection from bumps thanks to HP ProtectSmart.
Laptop Type: Notebook
Operating System: Windows 8
Included Network Card: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Display Type: BrightView LED Backlight
Interface Connection: Audio - Line In (1/8" Mini), Audio - Line Out (1/8" Mini), Ethernet - RJ45, HDMI, USB - Universal Serial Bus 2.0, USB - Universal Serial Bus 3.0, VGA
Included Drives: DVD+-RW DL
Video Chipset: Intel HD Graphics 4000
Processor Class: Intel Core i7
Green Compliance: Energy Star
Product Title: HP (Hewlett-Packard) ENVY dv7-7250us Black 17.3" Notebook
Manufacturer: HP (Hewlett-Packard)
Power Score: 4.3 | 12 Reviews
Cache Size: 6 MB
Number of Processor Cores: Quad-Core
Processor Speed: 2.40 GHz
Installed Memory: 8 GB
Memory Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Maximum Memory: 8 GB
Input Devices: Keyboard, Touchpad
Slots: MultiMedia Card (MMC), SD Card
Display Size: 17.3 in
Max Resolution: 1600 x 900
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Hard Drive Capacity: 1 TB
Number of Hard Drives Included: 1
Number of Cells: 6-cell
Battery Life: 3.5 hour(s)
Included Devices: Built-In Microphone Yes, Built-In Webcam Yes
Color: Midnight Black
Height: 1.39 in
Weight: 6.94 lbs
Width: 16.38 in
Depth: 10.79 in
Warranty Information: 1 year(s)
URL: Manufacturer Link
Bus Speed: 5 GT/s
Product Reviews (11)
I got the ENVY dv7-7250us to replace a Pavilion zd7000 CTO that died after nine and a half years. The i7-3630QM processor is blazing fast compared to the old Pentium 4 and consumes less power. Boot up with UEFI takes seconds rather than minutes. The transition from Windows XP to Windows 8 was far easier than others have reported. While Windows 8 has apps for touch screen, I only use desktop...
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I got the ENVY dv7-7250us to replace a Pavilion zd7000 CTO that died after nine and a half years. The i7-3630QM processor is blazing fast compared to the old Pentium 4 and consumes less power. Boot up with UEFI takes seconds rather than minutes. The transition from Windows XP to Windows 8 was far easier than others have reported. While Windows 8 has apps for touch screen, I only use desktop applications and a little bit of customization makes it similar to what I used before. The Windows 8 tutorial shows most of what to do, but I had already read the "Windows 8 Inside Out" book and had already done it.
By ReturnCustomer on HP - May 9, 2013
This is a excellent computer
the computer arrived 3days ahead of schedule which I loved. I like the power and all the features that I have discovered so far. pros the laptop itself cons windows8, of course this is someone who has used windows 7 since its relies so at moment 8 is confusing to me
By Miller1234 on HP - Mar 17, 2013
Great computer and big, only down fall is too heavy.
By Aric72223 on HP - Feb 22, 2013
Excellent, so far.
I purchased the laptop a couple of weeks ago. So far everything is as expected. HP was great to order from and deliver was ahead of schedule.
By Vinny71 on HP - Feb 19, 2013
great machine, fast.
I wanted a larger, high resolution screen for photography projects. I also wanted a faster processor with plenty of memory. Both of these criteria were satisfied with the Envy dv7. I am a little at sea with Windows 8, but that's another issue not related to the dv7.
By harpo on HP - Feb 12, 2013