HP Envy 14 Spectre Laptop Passes Through FCC Scrutiny; Said to Be Ready for Debut

December 23, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Looking forward to play with a HP device? Your prayers seem to be getting answered. For, HP’s Envy 14 Spectre has won FCC approval hinting that the device is ready to be out on sale.

We had heard abut the Envy 14 back in November when the name Spectre got leaked. An approval by FCC means that the device has gone through all the inspection, including the final touch ups.

It is now ready for the public to access the services offered by the device.  Prior to the performance before public, it has to prove its might before the experts in the FCC. And, it has happened.

It is rumored that the device will feature an Ivy Bridge upgrade inside. Besides that, no information about the device is known as yet.

There are images of this device available and all of them point towards the fact that a few changes have been made to the design.

In comparison with the old models, exhaust vents and labeling have been changed. However, the interesting fact is that the image lacks the slot, earlier meant for slide-in battery. We can’t say right now as to what the maker has included more on this new device.

We guess we need to wait till HP tells anything more on the Envy 14 Spectre.

Once an official announcement comes from HP, we will let you know. In the meantime, we also hear that even though the device got FCC approval it is a very hard possibility to see the Envy 14 Spectre at Consumer Electronics Show 2012.

Have you heard anything on that as yet? Tell us if you have.

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