HP is giving its 14 inch ultrabook line a Windows 8 makeover. The new HP Envy TouchSmart Ultrabook 4 will be available in October for $749 and up.
The biggest update since the Envy 4T was launched a few months ago is that the new model will ship with Windows 8. But if you’re willing to spend a few more bucks, HP also has a range of premium options you can add to this ultrabook.
The laptop features a 14 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display, an Intel Core family processor, and a non-user replaceable battery that HP says should be good for up to 8 hours (so think around 6 hours of real-world usage).
The notebook weighs 4.77 pounds.
HP will offer an optional touchscreen display, an optional backlit keyboard, and a discrete graphics option with an AMD graphics card featuring 2GB of memory.
All configurations come with Beats audio and a raft of HP software including HP COnnected Photo, HP Connected Music, and HP Connected Backup.
so the touch screen is not included? that is horrible.
It’s saying that the touchscreen comes built in as an additional option read the text!
that makes absolutely no sense! it comes standard or an option? i still can’t afford this laptop though 🙁 going for the envy x2
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