The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 was a show to remember. Apart from the biggies of tech giants from Microsoft to YouTube present, there were a horde of new, dazzling and ‘Oh-WOW’ gadgets being unveiled on the stage. Amongst them was the HP Envy 14 Spectre. Oh-WOW!
HP jumped right into the competition with Macbook Air, offering a smart, light, and efficient but a little-bit costly ultrabook which manages to drool a first-time viewer completly over. The HP Envy 14 Spectre has got superior design and great finish to its classe design while also packing impressive specifications along.
HP Envy 14 Spectre Specifications
It sports a dazzling black Gorilla-glass lid which has extended coverage on the edges too, making it look apart from the others instantly. The HP calls the Envy 14 Spectre as the world’s first multi-surface glass notebook with a radiating 14-inch diagonal HD screen with Radiance LED backlit display on a 13.3” chassis. The Radiance backlit-supported keyboard senses the approach of the user and gradually lights up every row. The Multi-touch enabled HP Imagepad allows the user to interact with even three fingers to be precise.
Sporting the second-generation core i5-2467M CPU processor, the HP Envy 14 Spectre has got 4 GB of RAM in the basic version while interested users can upgrade the same to 8 GB. The 128 GB SSD gives immense power to perform at a lightning speed along with the support for Intel Rapid Start Technology. It also features the Beats Audio™ system with 2 high-performance speakers and sub-woofer, ensuring the user gets to hear the best in sound quality. On its purchase, HP rewards you not only with Full-versions of Adobe® Photoshop® Elements and Premiere® Elements software but also Free 2 years of Norton™ Internet Security 2012.
HP Envy 14 Pricing and Availability
Weighing less than 2 kg (1814 grams) with a thin waistline of 20 mm, the HP Envy 14 Spectre shall be available in the United States at a starting price of US $1,399.99 from February 8th, 2012 with countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom to follow in early March 2012.
Visit its official page for more info.