Intel recommends its ultra book technology to laptops that follows strict guide lines. According to Intel an ultra book should weigh less than 3lbs and must measure in dimension that comes below a 0.8 inch thickness. The notebook is claimed to be with a low voltage sandy or Ivy bridge coming up in 2012.It must also have an instant on and an instant resume capability. The storage in the device must be faster from a solid state dusk drive abbreviated as SSD. It was early reported by the sources that HP has a genuine interest in Ultra books and desires to have a launch of the same along with the Asus launch. Toshiba already have announced their ultra book, named Portege Z830.
The new ultra book from HP will most probably have some of the unique configurations considering the fact that the company would indeed wants to stand out from rest of the brands who has already launched their ultra books. HP ultra book will feature options of powered with a 1.7 GHz Intel Core processor or a 1.8 GHz Intel Core dual core ULV processor. This would have its efficiency at its best with the Microsoft Windows Operating system.
No photos or any relevant information about the new product has yet been revealed by the company and every move is made highly confidential. This definitely means that HP is planning something big. The new Ultra book from HP definitely will be up to the mark and is going to be a worthy choice for every one who desires for a high configured and reliable Ultra book. The price in India for the notebook will also be made affordable and worthy enough to do justice to the configurations loaded. It will definitely meet the Ultra book specifications.