HP has announced pricing and availabilty of the HP Envy Spectre in Australia. The new Ultrabook, which packs in an Intel Core i5/i7 ULV processor and up to 4GB of RAM, will will be available in Australia from the end February at a starting price of $1899.
It will be sold exclusively through JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman stores.
The HP Envy Spectre is a Windows 7 Ultrabook (upgradable to Windows 8) that boasts a 'stain-resistant' chassis covered in glass. Other highlights include a 14.4in high definition screen, a choice between Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, 4GB of DDR3 memory, 256GB of SSD storage and Beats Audio speakers.
Of all the Ultrabooks that turned our heads at CES 2012, the HP Envy Spectre was one of the most impressive.
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