HP has taken advantage of CES 2012 to be the platform where they will roll out their latest masterpiece which comes in the form of the ENVY 14 Spectre. Take a look at it above and you will know what I mean – this nifty little consumer Ultrabook that resides in the premium category is capable of commanding anyone’s attention thanks to its clever and unparalleled use of glass. Couple that with the kind of stunning performance that you thought would exist only on a desktop, and you could very well have a winner here.
The HP ENVY 14 Spectre will rely on lightweight, scratch-resistant glass on the lid, display, palmrest and HP ImagePad, clearly making it an industry first. The 14-inch screen that is located within a 13.3-inch body – while it does not really make sense at all when you read it, it does mean one thing – seeing is believing, and you might want to get your booty down to the nearest HP showroom when this arrives.
The HP Spectre’s high-definition HP Radiance Display is said to offer some of the industry’s highest resolution and richest color for better brightness and wider viewing angles compared to traditional notebook displays, and there is also a matching audio-grade speaker mesh alongside Beats Audio, an exclusive, high-performance technology that was developed by HP and Beats by Dr. Dre. To up the ante in the class department, the HP Spectre also comes with an aluminum analog volume dial.
Expect the HP ENVY 14 Spectre to arrive in the US this coming February 8th for $1,399.99 onwards.