The newest ultrabook from HP Video
The newest ultrabook from HP Video Transcript
Hi, Dan Ackman. We'd recently got to take a look at one of HP's new Ultrabook that's the HP Envy Spectre XT. Now this is doesn't really have a lot in common with the previous Spectre from earlier in 2012 that was a big 14 inch all black Ultrabook with glass on the back of the lid and glass at the (??). This is the much more traditional slim 30 inch Ultrabook. But it's a high end model. It's got the 120 (??). It's got the back lid keyboard. It's got...(beats?) audio which you gonna find in all of HP's kinda mid end to high end laptops whether they're Ultrabooks or not. And the very brief period of time. We got to play around with the XT and certainly look and sell to look like in upscale ultrabook. It's about 14 and a half millimeter thick. Weighs a little bit more than 3 pounds and this guy is gonna be available starting June 3rd probably with Intel's next Gen Core I Series CPU's starting at $9.99.
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HP Envy Spectre XT Review
The good: Slim and lightweight, the HP Envy Spectre XT is portable, well-built, and easy to use, with a great keyboard.
The bad: The design doesn't stand out as much as the original Spectre's did, and its battery life won't get you through an entire day. From a premium product, we'd expect a higher screen resolution.
The bottom line: A high-end laptop at a mainstream price, the HP Envy Spectre XT gets much of the look and feel right, with only a few missteps.
HP Envy Spectre XT Specs
Part number: A1A53AV_1738354
- Product Specifications