HP has introduced its first "ultrabook" - Cell phones
Hewlett-Packard announced Folio13 - the first computer in the HP line, belonging to the class of "ultrabooks" or ultra slim laptops. This was reported in the press release. Like the older model MacBook Air, which became a model for "ultrabooks", Folio13 has a 13.3-inch screen. The resolution is 1366 by 768 pixels. "Ultrabook" is enclosed in an aluminum housing, the keyboard is illuminated. With a thickness of 18 mm, the computer weighs a little less than one and a half pounds. The choice will be available two versions Folio13 - 1,4-higherlevel Intel Core i3 or 1,6-higherlevel Intel Core i5, clarifies the blog The Verge. "Ultrabook" has four gigabytes of RAM and is equipped with SSD 128 GB. While more modest than the MacBook Air, the "stuffing" Folio13 has a large number of ports, including Ethernet connectors HDMI, USB and memory card slot. HP States that the maximum operating time on battery "ultrabook" is nine hours (the "MacBook" seven hours). It is emphasized that Folio13 is focused on business users. At customer's laptop can be equipped with a chip TMP (Рўrusted Platform Module) for secure data. The computer is running the Windows 7 operating system. On sale in the U.S. Folio13 will be available on December 7th. The price of the device will start from 899,99 dollars. In comparison with "ultrabike" other manufacturers Folio13 can be considered a budget model, ultra-thin notebooks Asus Zenbook UX31 and Lenovo IdeaPad U300s are over 1100 dollars. Note that the name "ultrabook" HP consonant with the name "Foleo" worn "netbook" Palm Inc., presented in 2007. The project was closed a few months after the announcement of the device. In 2010, Palm Inc. was bought by HP..