HP unveiled the 13.3" Voodoo Envy notebook, this notebook is 0.7" thin and weighs less than 3.4 pounds. The notebook features the Voodoo IOS (Instant-On Solution) for quick access to the Internet and Skype and will be available for a starting price of $2,099. HP says the notebook offers a battery life of up to 3 hours and 45 minutes with a 3-cell li-ion polymer battery.
Here's a look at the specifications of the Voodoo Envy notebook:
Intel Centrino based, with Core 2 Duo SP7700 (1.8GHz) or Core 2 Duo SP7500 (1.6GHz)
13.3" LED backlit LCD display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and ambient light sensor
Large touchpad with multitouch features
Intel GMA X3100 integrated graphics
64GB SSD or 80GB 4200RPM HDD
External slot-load eSATA DVD burner
WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet
34mm ExpressCard support
Headphone out shared with microphone in
1x USB 2.0, 1x e-SATA/USB 2.0 combo
Voodoo Aura PowerConnector 56W AC Power adapter has integrated 802.11b/g wireless personal access point + RJ45
Dimensions: 12.65" x 9.04" x 0.7" (W x D x H)
Weight: 3.373 lbs. with SSD and battery
Some of the key features:
Voodoo Aura PowerConnect – establishes a one-to-one wireless connection between the Envy 133 notebook and an Ethernet connector located on the power supply, allowing users to roam free from the wired connection.
Multiple gesture touchpad – more than a standard touchpad, the Envy 133 also provides capabilities such as a circular gesture called chiral scroll and pinch options.
Durability – the carbon fibre casing and fused composite glass covering the display provide surprising strength and durability.
External optical disk drive – an ID-coordinated external eSATA optical drive is included with every unit.
Professional backlit keyboard – reminiscent of old-school tactile desktop keyboards with just enough “click” to get even the most die-hard tech enthusiast smiling.
Ports – extensive usability via a variety of I/O ports, including headphone/microphone, HDMI, USB 2.0 (1x) and a shared e-SATA/USB (1x).
Here's a video from the notebook (found at Engadget):