It’s looking more and more like Ultrabooks will dominate the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week. Today, HP sent The Verge a teaser video for its upcoming Envy Sceptre Ultrabook. The shot above is taken from the end of the video, which consists mostly of computer generated panes of glass folding in and out like laptop screens. It appears to be heavily modified, but it’s clear that the device will be thin. We don’t know anything else about it, except that it will likely run on Windows 7 unless its slated for the latter half of the year. The logo for the Envy Sceptre also has the C designed to look like an eclipse.
Marketing images are often deceiving. The first press teasers for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus showed a hugely bowed screen, over emphasizing a barely-curved screen that is hardly noticeable on the final product.
We know nothing about the product yet, but with marketing like this, the HP Envy Sceptre had best be one helluva Macbook Air killer.
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