JAKARTA – Near Field Communication (NFC) is not the monopoly of any smartphone. Devices for large capacity data transfer at high speed, it is now well embedded in the notebook.
Hewlett Packard NFC immerse into new products Specter HP Envy 14. Features Touch To Share in the notebook allows users to transfer data to a smartphone using NFC. Ultrabook was never crowned as the best notebook and won awards at CES 2012.
Specter has a 14-inch display and powered by an Intel Core i7. HP also provides another variant of this notebook which is using second-generation core intel processor, i5.
On the cover of the notebook screen is powered by a technology known as Gorilla Glass is scratch resistant, not easily broken and solid. Gorilla glass is widely used in premium smartphone. It also has a very comfortable armrest for its users.
To support the performance, he is supported by a solid state drive mSATA combined with the Intel Rapid Start, Intel Identity Protection Technology, Intel Smart Response technology and Intel Smart Connect. This support makes Specter convenient to use because it does not require booting the old one.
For Audio, Specter supported HP Wireless Audio BeatsAudio and that would spoil the user to enjoy digital entertainment offerings with a satisfying sound. Ultrabook has a battery that is claimed to be lit up to 9 hours.