Earlier tonight, HP unveiled its Spectre 13 Ultrabook, which featured an option 2560x1440 display and a wide touchpad. Now we have the company unveiling a premium 17-inch notebook, that features Leap Motion technology inside.
The HP Envy17 Leap Motion Special Edition features Intel's fourth-generation Core processors, otherwise known as Haswell, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB 5,400RPM mechanical HDD with pricing starting at $1,049.99. HP allow you to upgrade the Envy17 Leap Motion Special Edition with a second HDD, where we would suggest putting in an SSD, and discrete NVIDIA graphics.
There's an option of a "17.3-inch diagonal optional full HD display" which means the stock machine won't feature a high-res display unfortunately. The selling point here is the Leap Motion controller, which is capable of tracking all 10 of your fingers in an area of eight cubic feet, as well as detecting movements as small as just 0.01mm.