A video has been released by HP that is more or less a teaser for the upcoming Ultrabook notebook device from Hewlett Packard.
According to The Verge, an HP employee ‘daringly' sent a video (below) which teases a HP notebook device called Spectre. Judging by the video, Spectre seems to be a new Ultrabook device from the world's largest computer maker.
The video fails to give any solid information about the device other than its name and the fact that it is going to be super-thin, thinner than the MacBook Air, some would say. HP is not new to the Ultrabook market as it has already released one, dubbed Folio 13, with a price tag of $900.
The timing of the leak seems uncanny as the highly awaited Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place in Las Vegas every year, is just around the corner. Industry watchers expect that the CES 2012 will see the unveiling of several Ultrabook notebooks from the likes of HP, Asus, Acer and other OEMs.
According to The Telegraph, Shawn DuBravac, a research director with the Consumer Electronics Association, claimed that the CES 2012 could see the launch of 30-50 Ultrabook devices.