HP has launched their new range of Ultrabooks and Sleekbooks in India, starting at a price of Rs. 41,990. HP first announced these notebooks back in May for the U.S market and they have now landed on our shores. The HP ENVY Ultrabook range, is available at a starting price of Rs. 57,990, while the ENVY Sleekbook range starts at Rs. 41,990. As thin as 19.8mm (0.78 inches) and starting from 1.75-kilos, the new HP ENVY notebooks feature a soft-touch, slip-resistant base in black or red, making them easy to grab and go. The HP ENVY Ultrabook, Envy 4 is available in 14-inch and Envy 6 is available in 15.6-inch diagonal display sizes. The notebooks are powered by the latest 3rd generation Intel Core processors and offers up to eight or nine hours of battery life, respectively. The Ultrabook systems, include an mSATA solid state drive along with Intel Rapid Start, Intel Identity Protection Technology, Intel Smart Response and Intel Smart Connect technologies.
HP's new Sleekbook
The HP ENVY Sleekbook is also available in 14-inch and Envy 6 available in 15.6-inch diagonal display, powered by the latest Intel Core processors. It boasts of up to eight to nine hours of battery life. With optional discrete graphics, users can create and edit videos quickly and experience strong gaming and multimedia performance. With two powerful built-in speakers and subwoofers for movies and music that look and sound their best, these notebooks make sure that users feel every emotion with the optimal audio experience – Beats Audio – an exclusive, high-performance technology developed by HP and Beats by Dr. Dre. The notebooks also feature HP TrueVision HD Webcam that produces bright, clean high-definition (HD) images so they look good even in low- light conditions. The HP ImagePad is an advanced image sensor that replaces the traditional touchpad to provide better precision and improve gesture responsiveness. With the HP ImagePad, you can use natural gestures to allow creative, intuitive interaction with photos and text. One, two and three finger gestures are supported, including scroll, pinch, zoom and rotate. The HP Imagepad also includes a spun finish design.
HP CoolSense technology is a combination of hardware designs that feel noticeably cooler and software that automatically adjusts thermal settings, according to use. A fingerprint reader makes it easy for you to log onto multiple accounts over multiple social networking channels or your multiple e-mail IDs, all by a simple swipe. So now you don’t need to remember multiple user names and password. Finally, a hard drive protection feature is built in HP notebooks, so you can rest easier, knowing your valuable files are protected, while you are on the move.
Published Date: Jun 21, 2012 03:49 pm | Updated Date: Jun 21, 2012 03:49 pm