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Intel hopes 2012 will be dubbed 'the year of the Ultrabook', and its old pal HP has wasted no time in pitching its own überslim laptop offering.

The company is preparing to launch the Envy Spectre, its second model to join the Ultrabook line-up, after the Folio 13 was revealed last November.

While details on the forthcoming phantom-monikered machine are shrouded in mystery, the laptop was approved by the FCC last week and is rumoured to include a 14in display and Intel's upcoming 'Ivy Bridge' processors.

An HP employee has since been triggerhappy with their email and sent out the following promo video:

The clip fails to reveal anything other than the laptop's name, so we have little else to report. However, further info is expected at next week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), so we'll keep you posted. ®

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