HP decided to surprise the UltraBook fans with an incredibly well-built and well-featured mobile device at the IFA 2012 event in Berlin, Germany. The new mobile system features the first Thunderbolt port on a HP UltraBook and it’s the first time the company used a 1080p IPS screen on such a design.
We’re very glad HP decided to equip its new UltraBook with such high-end features, but we’re even more impressed with the fact that it also comes with an incredibly strong and good looking magnesium alloy body.
The laptop is only 17.9 millimeters thick (0.7”), but it weighs in at 4.77 pounds (2.16 Kg), which is a bit heavier than Lenovo’s S series that we presented here
It is built using Intel’s Ivy Bridge and comes with two USB 3.0 ports and an SD card reader together with a long list of pre-installed productivity software such as Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe Premiere Elements 10, sMedio 360, HP Connected Music, Absolute Data Protect, two years of Norton Internet Security and others.