In addition to HP Envy x2 tablet, HP launched two ultrabooks at the IFA show. Dubbed as HP SpectreXT TouchSmart (15.6″) and Envy TouchSmart (14″), the new ultrabooks sport multi-touch displays, latest Intel processors, and Windows 8 operating system.
The HP SpectreXT TouchSmart ultrabook measures 17.9mm thin and weighs 4.77 pounds, and features all-metal design featuring edge-to-edge glass, a soft-touch base for comfort and grip, a glass touchpad and tilted speakers with Beats Audio for optimal sound.
On the other hand the HP Envy TouchSmart ultrabook offers a 14-inch multitouch HD display, backlit keyboard, up to 8 hours of battery life, a booming subwoofer with Beats Audio and an optional AMD graphics card with 2 GB of graphics, while measuring 23 mm thin and weighing 4.77 pounds.
Both of them feature upto 8GB DDR3 memory, solid state drive, Intel Thunderbolt technology, Intel Anti-Theft Technology, webcam, WiFi, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and HDMI.
The HP SpectreXT TouchSmart Ultrabook will be available from December start at $1,399.99, while the HP ENVY TouchSmart Ultrabook will be available for holidays. Pricing is yet to be revealed.