Everyone’s got ultrabook fever right now, and the next entrant in the thin-and-light notebook category is HP, announcing a new laptop measuring 1.9 cm thin and weighing 1.5 kilograms.

Powered by Intel’s latest Core processors, the HP Folio 13 will feature a 128GB solid state drive, 13.3 inch HD screen, Ethernet, USB 3.0, and Intel’s Rapid Start Technology designed to start the computer more quickly.

HP's Envy15 features a silver metal body with red accents from the Beats brand of audio.

We weren’t told what processor HP would be using, but based off of the US release, we suspect a choice of Intel Core i3 and i5 chips will be used when it’s launched in December with a starting price of $1,199.

Meanwhile, HP has also upped its game on a couple of other notebooks, releasing a new version of the 14 inch HP Pavilion dm4 and 15 inch HP Envy. Both of these will now feature Beats Audio thanks to Beats by Dr. Dre, with accents in red.

HP’s dm4 Beats Edition Pavilion (above) will fetch a $999 price tag from January and offer up to 7 hours of battery life, while the HP Envy 15 will come with a $1,699 price tag and sport six speakers, two subwoofers, a backlit keyboard, and an all-metal body.