Models on display here in Shanghai use the latest APUs: the A10-4655M is a 32nm Trinity part (AMD’s forthcoming APU family), running at 2.3GHz across two cores, and includes a Radeon HD 7620G graphics chip.
Both Envy machines provide Ultrabook-style dimensions and, in some cases, Ultrabook-style performance – even if they’re actually Sleekbooks – and HP is pricing both of these machines accordingly. Envy systems bearing the Ultrabook logo will start at £649, making them some of the cheapest Ultrabooks on the market, and Sleekbook versions are £100 cheaper.
Wow, will have to test run it in store first but Amd "sleekbooks" for £100 cheaper than ultrabooks = shut up and take my money?
Anyway, for those wondering in the 2nd and 3rd photo, the red and black ones are the AMD sleekbooks, i think.
Edited by Alchemist07 - 5/9/12 at 5:14am