According to a legit-looking leak, HP is releasing 14-inch and 17-inch versions of their Envy laptops. And from what we can tell, even the 17-inch Envy will exclude an integrated optical drive. And if that's the case, I have no issue, since it'd be better to use that space to squeeze in a larger battery anyway. The 15's stock battery life was horrid. [HP Fansite via Engadget]
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