HP ENVY 27-b011 Signature Edition All-in-One

HP ENVY 27-b011 Signature Edition All-in-One

HP ENVY 27-b011 Signature Edition All-in-One is rated4.8 out of5 by4.
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  • 27-inch WQHD touchscreen
  • Intel Core i7-6700T
  • 16GB memory/128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics
  • Includes wireless keyboard and mouse


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  • 27-inch WQHD touchscreen
  • Intel Core i7-6700T
  • 16GB memory/128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics
  • Includes wireless keyboard and mouse




HP ENVY 27-b011 Signature Edition All-in-One computer on table top

The one to ENVY

Sporting a thinner display and built with an elegant and sturdy base, the redesigned HP ENVY 27 takes the all-in-one to new heights. It delivers immersive picture quality on a 27-inch WQHD touchscreen and brings serious multitasking muscle with a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of memory, and dual SSD and HDD storage. The ENVY 27 also comes with a built-in infrared camera that syncs with Windows Hello to sign you in with just a look.

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Stunning view

The super-hi-res WQHD display has a resolution of 2560 x 1440, delivering an amazing 221 pixels per inch—a 90% higher pixel density than an HD screen.

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Blistering NVIDIA graphics

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics deliver blazing-fast performance, improved battery life, and faster, smoother gameplay.

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Powerful Intel Core i7 processor

The lightning-fast 6th Gen Intel Core i7 delivers striking visuals, extended battery life, and higher data transfer rates.

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Sonic bliss

PC speakers from the audio pioneers Bang & Olufsen deliver immersive surround sound with heightened clarity and deep bass.

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USB 3.1 with Thunderbolt

The ENVY 27 includes a USB 3.1 Type-C port with Thunderbolt support for more convenient connectivity options, as well as super-speedy charging, transfers, and downloads.

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The best Windows yet

Windows 10 delivers faster start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done across multiple devices.

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Tech specs


27 in WQHD touchscreen (2560 x 1440), 10-finger multi-touch support


Intel Core i7-6700T 2.80 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.60 GHz


16GB DDR4 2133 MHz

Hard drive size

128GB SSD + 1TB 7200 RPM HDD

Operating system

Windows 10 Home, 64-bit

PC type


Optical drive


Media drive

3-in-1 media card reader


Bang & Olufsen


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M with 4GB GDDR5 graphics memory, Intel HD Graphics 530


1 USB 3.1 Type-C with Thunderbolt • 3 USB 3.0 • 2 HDMI • Headphone output/Microphone input combo • LAN (10/100)


HP TrueVision HD IR camera


802.11a/b/g/n/ac (Miracast enabled)


Bluetooth 4.0


24.20 x 7.50 x 18.00 in (614.68 x 190.50 x 457.20 mm)


22.80 lbs (10.34 kg)




Model number: ENVY 27-b011 • TPM 2.0 • Includes wireless keyboard and wireless mouse • Security lock slot

Ratings and reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromAffordable & fully functional. It looks good too!All in one PCs seem to fall in one of two categories: utilitarian or stylish. The HP Envy 27 all in one is clearly in the stylish category. The “quad HD” screen packs 2560 X 1440 resolution. The touch screen has a bit of gloss but is also very bright. It claims to be calibrated for Technicolor standards. The screen has uniformly thin bezels and appears thin when viewed from the end. The screen bulges a bit in the center though to accommodate the pedestal which allows forward and backward tilt, but no height adjustment, and the pop-up Windows Hello compatible camera. The camera can be hidden in the screen frame to accommodate users concerned with camera privacy.HP packs the PC components in a base unit that is attractive as well as just a 1¼ high. The base is just shy of 19 inches and about 5¾ inches deep. Another two inches of depth to the base is a fabric covered section holding the Bang & Olufsen tuned speakers. HP can shrink the base like this because the Envy 27 packs a separate, and large, power supply brick. A saving grace for the separate power supply is the fact that the cord from the brick to the PC is a very helpful 5 feet long, allowing the brick to easily sit out of the way on the floor in most use scenarios.The Envy is festooned with connections. There are four USB 3 ports along the back, an Ethernet port, both HDMI out and in and a simple button switch to allow the Envy to serve as a monitor and audio system for, say, an Xbox. In a very convenient location along the right side of the base are a full-size SD card slot and a Thunderbolt compatible USB C port along with a Kensington lock slot. The power button is on the back of the base on the far left and volume control is provided through a circular controller built in to the top of the base that also provides for track control.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 5 out of5 by fromGreat computerSo easy to use. Great display.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of5 by fromA very nice computerI've been using the HP Envy 27 for several days now and so far I'm extremely happy with it. It's fast, as you'd expect given the internals. The display looks good and is calibrated to be slightly warm, which I personally like. The display isn't 4k, but at 1440p it's a decent improvement over 1080p. The touchscreen is very responsive.Design-wise, the computer looks fantastic. It's a clean, contemporary design that looks even better in person. The one practical concern I have is how the fabric covering the speaker grille across the front will hold up against long term wear.I quite the keyboard although I'm sure some people will find it to be a bit small. The base is metal, it's wireless, and charges with a USB cable. In my opinion, it's on par with an iMac keyboard. The mouse, on the other hand, feels cheap. Clearly it's where costs were cut. The styling is a bit awkward, best described as a small silver mouse wearing a black bicycle helmet. That top shell is pried off to access the batteries and I can see the retaining tabs breaking in time. The difference between the keyboard and mouse are glaring. In any case, it was an otherwise functional mouse.The one other criticism I have is the camera. I haven't used it extensively, but so far I'm not impressed with its quality which seems to be only 720p. So this is the other area costs were cut. Also, it points straight ahead meaning that unless you're over 6ft tall or sit fully erect, you're going to appear on the bottom edge of the image. You can ameliorate this issue by tilting the entire display but that's not an ideal solution.To be fair, these criticisms I describe are more annoyances than outright problems. Despite them, the Envy 27 is an excellent computer.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 4 out of5 by fromEfficient form factor and packed with featuresThis PC has a very interesting form factor - the base houses the guys of the computer with a single support holding up the monitor. The touch screen monitor has a gorgeous display and tilts easily. The unit simply looks great. The power supply brick included is huge but the cords provided are so long that it is easy to stick it out of the way. The volume control is innovative in that you simply slide you finger in a circle on top of it to adjust the volume. Very cool! The system also runs quietly with little fan noise. It's great for a location that needs to be quiet. The pop-up camera and microphone built into the top of the monitor is an innovative idea.Some other gripes and comments:- The included wired keyboard and wireless mouse are probably among the worst in the industry. Too small and uncomfortable for serious use. I would have preferred a delete option for them to reduce the purchase price. I replaced them with a Microsoft wireless keyboard and wireless mouse.- My unit has one dead black subpixel toward the top of the display. Under HP's warranty policy this isn't enough for a replacement. It's barely noticeable but still an annoyance on a machine that is not cheap.- The volume icon on the Windows taskbar did not properly update with the muted state of the sound system upon delivery. It would indicate muted even when it was not. Updating the sound driver from HP's Web site resolved the issue - however for some reason I had to go into device manager and manually select the newer driver for the sound device to get it to apply. Once I did that the taskbar icon worked perfectly.- HP's Support Assistant software has a bug that causes a Z: drive to appear visible when it analyzes your system. It goes away upon rebooting.- The power button is located on the back left of the base. Depending on where you place the PC it can be a pain to reach. Putting it on the front would have made much more sense.- There are no standard USB connectors on the side of the PC. They are all in the back. If you have to frequently connect and disconnect USB devices it can be annoying.- The volume output from the headphones seems quite low when compared to a previous notebook I used, an HP Envy 17. Adjusting the equalizer settings to allow more treble helped improve the sound. There are several preset profiles available. I found "Live" to work the best for me. The headphone jack is in a convenient location, on the right side of the unit, closest to the front. The output quality of the built-in speakers is quite good. The front of the base is a speaker bar nicely integrated into the overall design.- This unit does not come with an optical drive - if you want Blu-Ray, DVD, etc. you'll have to attach an external unit.Overall, the machine is quite good and an excellent solution for someone who wants a system that doesn't consume much space without the need for a notebook.
Date published: 2016-12-28
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