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HP Envy 15 ‘Reinvents’ (Rips Off) the MacBook Pro

HP Envy 15 ‘Reinvents’ (Rips Off) the MacBook Pro

Apple HP has done a great job with one of their latest laptops: the Envy 15 – a gorgeous laptop with a brushed aluminum design that might as well be a MacBook Pro. But of course, HP didn’t just rip off Apple’s designs. Because nobody does that, right?

CultofMac points to Engadget’s review of the HP Envy 15, in which they conclude that the device definitely rips off the MacBook Pro.

Okay, time to get it out of your system. Say it with us: the Envy 15 unapologetically copies the MacBook Pro.

Despite its looks however, the device isn’t really up to par with the MacBook Pro. It’s heavier, has a worse display and touchpad, an inferior keyboard, and a shorter battery life. On the other hand, it is cheaper and has great speakers!

But HP stumbles in several critical areas […] A shame, since this is an otherwise speedy machine. Because of these shortcomings, the Envy 15 doesn’t best the MacBook Pro, though it admirably undercuts its lofty $1,800 starting price.

And there you have it. Yet another cheap (both definitions) and obvious ripoff of Apple’s designs. C’mon, HP – you can do better than this! Do you really want to become the next Samsung?