In partnership with Leap Motion, HP has today unveiled their latest laptop to include the technology in one of their laptops, fitted into the new HP Envy 17 Leap Motion Special Edition laptop, it is the first to allow for Leap Motion controls on a laptop.
Built right into the body near the trackpad, Leap Motion allows you to perform various air gestures in order to control various environments with extreme precision.
There’s also a 17.3 inch Full HD display included in the laptop, with an aluminium chassis, backlit keyboard, Beats Audio technology and access to the Leap Motion Airspace store.
Alongside the Leap Motion laptop, HP also unveiled the HP Spectre 13×2 which is a new 13 inch tablet that includes its own keyboard dock, and interestingly doesn’t include a fan at all.
The display has a 1080p resolution, and includes either an Intel Haswell Core i3 or an i5, with 8GB of RAM and 64/ 128GB SSD. Designed to replace the Spectre XT, it is the thinnest and lightest model in the line, weighing 1.4KG and only 13.4mm thick it can offer nine hours of battery life from a single charge.
Both the HP Envy 17 and the HP Spectre 13 x2 will be available from November starting at £1,000.