I published the Ultrabook Knowledge Base a couple days back. That article collects tech specs of most –if not all– relevant Ultrabooks available today or in the near future. This follow-up piece focuses on the HP Envy 14 Ultrabook (or HP Spectre) to give you a better overview of this specific model.
Those of you, who would rather compare different Ultrabooks, please follow the link above.
Everyone else feel free to use data below. I made reasonably sure that information presented below meshes with reality. If it happens not to,
rip my head off use the comment section below.
Intel i5-2467M | 1.60 GHz (2.3) | 2 Cores (HT) | 3 MB Cache | GB : 4,800
4GB (Max 8GB)
128GB SSD + 1 SSD slot
3.95 lbs (1,792g)
Scratch-resistant glass lid and palmrest, aluminum
Ports and Connectivity
Audio jack, 802.11 (presumably b/g/n) wireless + WiDi (wireless display), RJ-45 ethernet, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, HDMI output, mini Displayport, NFC
“Unlike so many other Ultrabooks we’ve tested, the keys feel pillowy, and are backed by a sturdy panel, to boot.” engadget.com
14″ 1600×900 (gorilla glass)
To be sold in the US from 8th of February 2012
Entry Point Price
$1,400 / 1,200 GBP
Photo from golem.de. Thank you!