Dell's Adamo received a price cut and updated specifications and today HP follows up by giving its Envy 13 a 30 percent price cut:
Today, it's the turn of HP's slim and sexy Envy 13, which is now available for $999.99—down a whopping 30% from the previous $1,449.99 asking price.
The Envy 13 offers a formula very similar to that of the Adamo and Apple's larger MacBook Air: a thin, aluminum chassis, a low-voltage Core 2 processor, and a 13" display. Compared to the now-$900 Adamo, the HP system has a slower processor, less RAM, mechanical instead of solid-state storage, and fewer battery cells (although I'm not seeing a Wh number listed). However, HP makes up for the less impressive specs with a discrete Mobility Radeon HD 4330 GPU, which should be worlds faster than the Adamo's GMA 4500MHD integrated graphics.