Intel hopes 2012 will be dubbed 'the year of the Ultrabook', and its old pal HP has wasted no time in pitching its own überslim laptop offering. The company is preparing to launch the Envy Spectre, its second model to join the Ultrabook line-up, after the Folio 13 was revealed last November. While details on the forthcoming …
It's missing something
The video should announce it simply as "yet another nasty, plastic, underspecified Air rip-off" and get that over with before people get themselves too worked up.
Who really wants a premium product with Intel HD 3000 graphics?
me me me me me me me me me
...oh sorry, I got all worked up about it and spoilt my keyboard
Ultrabooks, A Pointless Premium
Having got a lovely Dell Studio less than a year old from eBay for £300, an HP Touchpad for £200, what I really need in my life is a laptop that's thin and light but too awkward to use like a tablet, yet offering no real advantage over my existing laptop.
I hope it's at least twice the price of both my other gadgets combined too!
RE: Ultrabooks, A Pointless Premium
Agreed. Often, staying just one step behind the cutting edge allows you to enjoy still excellent products at a much reduced price. In my experience, the majority of "must-have-the-latest-and-greatest" premium laptop users (unless they are gamers) will not use even half the capabilities of their products.
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