Whenever a device arrives at the FCC, it can only mean one thing – said piece of hardware is fishing for an approval before it is unleashed upon the masses. Today, we see the HP Envy 14 Spectre arrive at the hallowed corridors of the FCC, waiting to jump through all the hoops and perform various tricks before the folks at the FCC are satisfied with its performance to give their collective nod of approval for a commercial rollout. Having picked up FCC approval for its dual-band Wireless-N capabilities, the HP Envy 14 Spectre has been whispered to feature an Ivy Bridge upgrade inside, but other than that, additional information on the notebook is as scarce as hair on Patrick Stewart’s noggin’. Several image shots of the Envy 14 Spectre do point towards a few changes made to the exhaust vents as well as labeling, and there does not seem to be a a slot carved out for the add-on slice battery – interesting! We await with bated breath before HP makes an official announcement regarding the Envy 14 Spectre, although a CES 2012 release is far more realistic.
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