HP presently makes halfway wooden PCs

HP presently makes halfway wooden PCs

After a fruitful trial with cowhide, HP is taking its characteristic material vibe to the following dimension with the new Envy Wood arrangement. No, they haven’t actually been cut out of redwood trees by craftsman loggers, yet they do accompany a “stand-out legitimate wood trim” on the palm rest.

HP is decking out the Envy 13, Envy 17, Envy x360 13, and Envy x360 15 in the new timber-ish uniform, which is accessible in “Dusk Black with Natural Walnut,” “Clay White with White Birch,” and “Regular Silver with Pale Birch.”

HP says the wood grain examples will fluctuate between individual PCs, as you’d trust and anticipate.

Wood aside, these are practically indistinguishable machines from their completely metal antecedents, just now with alternatives for unspecified “people to come” Intel Core processors and second gen AMD Ryzen chips with Vega illustrations.

The Envy Wood arrangement is set to be accessible this pre-winter, in the nick of time for the fall leaves. Valuing will be declared nearer to the discharge. The Verge couldn’t freely affirm reports that one year from now’s HP workstations will be developed altogether out of creepy crawly chitin.