HP New Laptop and PC Line-Up Shown

September 23, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HP has announced a range of new laptops and PC systems that include a fanless two-in-one detachable Ultrabook and the world’s first notebook with Leap Motion technology.

The notebook, called the HP Envy17 Leap Motion Special Edition (SE) uses Leap Motion controls that allow users to navigate and control the system using in-air movements.

That means, you don’t need to touch the display, simple gesture controls can navigate the system.


HP hasn’t revealed much about its other hardware details. All we know is that the Envy 17 will have a 17.3-inch Full HD display and will come with Intel’s latest processors and Nvidia graphics.

This laptop has an aluminum body and features a backlit keyboard and Beats Audio. Reportedly, this laptop will be pre-loaded with a few Leap Motion Airspace Store apps. It will start shipping from next month and cost around $1,050.

HP also announced its new HP Spectre 13 that features Beats Audio and a Full HD 1080p display. Although HP hasn’t given more details, it is said that its display will be detachable, so that you can use it as a tablet.

The Spectre 13 weighs just 1.4kg and comes with a thickness of 13.4mm. It will sport a 13.3-inch Full HD screen and Haswell Intel Core i5 power. According to manufacturers it will be on sale in November with a price tag of $1,100.  HP has also shown off its Chromebook 14, which is expected to hit the market very soon.

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