Launched on Tuesday, the HP Envy 15 joins the Envy 13 in a new line for HP. Pitched to the high-end market, it is aimed at those who want the best, and where price is less of a factor.

The laser etched finish is exquisite, giving the Envy 15 looks to die for. It's also exceptionally well built and claims the crown as the company's thinnest and most powerful notebook if you take the Intel Core i7 processor option.

You also get the rather niche nightvision webcam, but sadly there is no option for a backlit keyboard, internal DVD or Blu-ray drive. Customers in the UK will get an external DVD drive in the box however.

You also get the option of an additional "slice" battery (pictured below) to extend the life of the battery up to 7 hours, giving you all that power for most of the day.

You have various configuration options too, with the price starting at £1199. As a Windows 7 device, it will be available from 22 October.