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HP's Got a Crazy-slim Laptop Called the Spectre

It's hard to go back to work after a few days off, but HP is sure coming back with a bang. The company this week leaked a video to Engadget that shows an incredibly thin laptop that's believed to be the newest Envy and the latest notebook to join HP's Ultrabook line. The video itself gives away little in the way of information, however, with CES only a week away, it's likely that HP plans to share more about this device in Las Vegas in just a few day's time.

Here's hoping ... Check it out below!

  • nebun
    i hope it's not made out of plastic....that would ruin the whole deal....we need some carbon fiber or magnesium laptops
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  • freggo
    Stylish teaser video... I just wasted 30 seconds of my live.
    That's not how to build up 'excitement', HP !
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  • sseyler
    nebuni hope it's not made out of plastic....that would ruin the whole deal....we need some carbon fiber or magnesium laptops
    I second this. Plastic would probably be its death spell.
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  • jlats26
    That video just made me angry....not excited...bad form HP...make sure your next teaser actually features the product your trying to hype.
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  • g-thor
    I watched the trailer without sound. I have no idea what they're trying to sell, but it seemed to be thin sheets of plastic or glass that rotate in mid air - perhaps some sort of modern art piece.

    If HP wants me to spend money on their product, they'd better showcase the product visually. I like to mute commercials. The splashy effects were nice, but I still don't know what HP is selling.

    Besides, it's HP. They lost my trust in 2007 with a bad laptop.
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  • lamorpa
    sseylerI second this. Plastic would probably be its death spell.death spell?
    death well?
    death shell?
    death tell?

    It's 'death knell' - something that heralds death or destruction
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  • enewmen
    That's 30 secs of my life I'll never get back..
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  • huron
    I always wonder about the marketing firm (and the execs that OK it) that think this is likely to sell me this product.
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  • olaf
    Unimpressive. shows nothing but an unknow name logo. ive seen better ads for vasectomy.
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  • mcd023
    well, at least the sfx were pretty cool, but it my be a good idea to include "HP" somewhere in there. but they're doing CES anyway
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