Hewlett Packard has unveiled the gorgeous new Envy 14 Spectre Ultrabook laptop.
The laptop, the latest to join the army of Ultrabook laptops that Intel and its partners have unleashed at the CES, is 20mm thick and weighs 1.8 Kgs. The company has made the laptop's lid, display and palm rests of the laptop.
According to the company, what differentiates the Spectre from other Ultrabooks offerings is that it comes with Near Fields Communication (NFC) capabilities, which will allow users to share URLs between the laptop and their smartphone and wireless audio features, which let the laptop stream media to up to five devices in one time.
Other than that, the Ultrabook has a 14 inch HP Radiance display and a a 128 GB Solid State Drive (SSD). HP claims the laptop comes with a 9 hour long battery life and will feature Rapid Start technology, according to PCWorld.
"Sleek, midnight black glass on the outside and stark contrast silver on the inside make Spectre extraordinary, defying conventional notebook design," said Louis Perrin, director of consumer products at HP.
"We chose the name for our first Envy ultrabook to evoke mystery and to satisfy those who expect the unexpected," he added.