Pocket-Lint: The Ultrabook market is growing rapidly. But just as quickly as it grows, it segments. The HP Envy 6 can't consider itself an "Ultrabook" because it's not powered by an Intel processor. Instead its "Sleekbook" moniker goes hand in hand with the AMD CPU at its core.
This 15.6-inch, affordable laptop doesn’t have the kind of weighty processing power beneath its shell to measure up against the more performance-tuned kit out there. But there’s nothing wrong with that. Indeed this HP - the Envy 6-1006ea (B6W52EA) model as reviewed here - is all about a balance of looks and performance against a modest price.