Over the past couple years, much of the HP ENVY desktops have looked very similar and only had a few minor changes to their internals regarding performance. With the ENVY Phoenix h9, the company has introduced a new naming systems as well as a bit flashier case design that still retains the same basic elements of past models. Internally, the company has added a few features that have not been previously. Most of the systems are priced over $1000 but it is possible to find one of these models for under that price point. Are the new design and features a significant boost or is it merely an illusion of added performance? Find out in my review of the HP ENVY Pheonix h9-1335 desktop.