HP unveils Envy Spectre at CES
HP had their first consumer-oriented ultrabook on display at CES. The Envy Spectre is the latest entry in the super-thin laptop segment, standing apart thanks to the liberal usage of Gorilla Glass. The lid and palm rest are made entirely from Corning’s damage resistant glass. The glossy exterior covers modern internals that include Intel Core i-series processors, SSD drives, Beats audio, and both HDMI and mini DisplayPort. Left off the list are dedicated graphics and optical drives. $1399 will get you a base unit that features the Core i5-2467M, 4GB RAM, and the 128GB SSD. More info, and a whole bunch of pictures, at cnet’s site.
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