HP Envy x360 15-fe0000

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Hardware PCI/USB ID Working?
GPU 8086:a7a1 Yes
GPU (dedicated) 10de:25ab Yes
WiFi 8086:51f1 Yes
Bluetooth 8087:0033 Yes
Audio 8086:51ca No: Internal speaker
Sensors 8086:51fc Yes

The HP Envy x360 2-in-1 15-fe0000 was released in May 2023 and has an Intel® Core™ i5-1335U or an Intel® Core™ i7-1355U CPU with an integrated Intel® Iris® Xe GPU, and optionally a NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3050 Laptop GPU, 8GB or 16GB of RAM and a 1080p display.

The laptop comes with a 55Wh battery.


This laptop has Secure Boot enabled by default. To start the installer you need to disable it in the UEFI. Then you can just boot the installer in UEFI mode and just install like a normal UEFI system. You can start using Secure Boot in Linux via Unified Extensible Firmware Interface/Secure Boot.


Audio does not work at all by default, but the microphone, headphone jack and HDMI audio can be used when installing sof-firmware. The internal speaker does not work without manual intervention.

Orientation sensor

See Tablet PC#Automatic rotation.

Touchscreen and stylus

Everything works out of the box, both for touch and stylus use. If using a stylus, the system can differentiate between the stylus, and properly does palm rejection if using something like Xournal++. The experience is exactly the same as with Windows. This has only been tested with a HP stylus.


By default, when switching between the laptop and tablet mode, when rotating the screen or when booting, the Bluetooth and WiFi modules get soft-blocked by rfkill. To circumvent this, this udev hwdb config can be applied:[1]


These commands then apply this change:

# systemd-hwdb update
# udevadm trigger