Hewlett-Packard will be the first company to debut their upcoming Ultrabook notebooks that were first revealed during the Computex trade show in May. Intel, the company behind the creation of the Ultrabook notebooks, said that they were looking to blend of performance that was known for today’s laptops, with the tablet experience and users have come to know the product that was thin and light and mobile. This is something that the company has been looking to create for quite some time, and it appears as if Hewlett-Packard will be the first company to step up to the plate to release their own Ultrabook no. It appears that Hewlett-Packard will be launching their own Ultrabook in time for the upcoming holiday season as was suggested in a report by DigiTimes.
The computer manufacturing company will be using the Foxconn Electronics Manufacturing Co. for the production of at least two different Ultrabook notebooks. The upcoming Ultrabook notebooks will reportedly run on the Intel 1.8 GHz core i7-2677M and also the 1.7 GHz i7-2637M platforms.
According to a number of different sources the company has hardly started to shift the Ultrabook Hewlett-Packard, but there is already no indication of when the devices could see their first launch and be available for purchase to the public. This is something that the companies have been working on for a long time and you can bet that they will continue to produce Ultrabook flow into the future if their current releases that are in the pipeline are successful. It will be interesting to see how successful the Ultrabook is upon its release, as both Intel and Hewlett-Packard seem to be dedicating a lot of resources for the creation of these devices. With so many users looking for a hybrid experience between a laptop and tablet, you can bet that this will continue to be popular for some time to come.
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