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HP will release its first Ultrabook next month, though it will pitch the product at business rather than consumers.

The HP Folio 13 is an 18mm-thick, 1.5kg 13.3in machine with a 128GB SSD and a choice of Intel Core i Sandy Bridge processors.

HP Folio 13

Not exactly Apple MacBook Air or Acer Aspire S3 svelte, is it?

The keyboard is backlit, and it has oth Ethernet and USB 3.0 ports. Extra ports will be available through an optional docking module. It'll ship with Windows 7 Pro.

HP Folio 13

HP claimed it will offer nine hours of battery life.

The Folio 13 goes on sale in the US on 7 December for $900 (£570). UK pricing has yet to be revealed.

HP Folio 13

A version with a TPM security module will be out early in 2012. ®

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