/// Hewlett-Packard Dons Its Ultrabook Suit

November 16, 2011  |  All Things Digital


It’s been about three weeks since Hewlett-Packard announced its decision to keep its PC division , formally known as the Personal Systems Group or PSG. Today marked the first serious batch of new PC introductions from HP since that decision. The one that’s getting all the attention is an offering in the Ultrabook category that’s priced at $900. It’s called the HP Folio 13 , and aside from its price, its headline feature is that it delivers a full nine hours of battery life. The Ultrabook is a concept primarily being pushed by Intel, so much so that Intel even owns the trademark rights to the name. Inside the Folio 13 are the latest Intel Core processors. It represents the hopes of a PC industry that has seen anemic sales with little sign of a bounceback , though that it depends on whom you ask .

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Hewlett-Packard Dons Its Ultrabook Suit



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