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HP Envy Spectre XT is the ultra of ultrabooks from HP

Slim is definitely in – just take a look at how computer manufacturers are doing their level best to remain on par with Apple’s MacBook Air. Over the past year, we have seen Ultrabooks arrive in droves to the market, although the entry price point is still significantly higher compared to your regular notebook, the size, weight and overall design has received general thumbs up from the PC populace. Well, HP continues boarding the Ultrabook train, and has just announced the new HP ENVY Spectre XT, which is said to be an ultramobile premium Ultrabook which offers an overall premium experience with extraordinary design and performance.

Just what kind of magical qualities does the HP ENVY Spectre XT have compared to the rest of its siblings? Well, for starters, it is built with a mix of premium materials, sporting an all-metal design that boasts of stark lines which contrast with a soft texture. The HP ENVY Spectre XT measures a mere 14.5mm thin, and will tip the scales at just 3.07 pounds. What kind of hardware can be crammed into such little space?
Well, we do know that the HP ENVY Spectre XT comes with a 13.3-inch HD diagonal display with a slim bezel line, where it is also accompanied by 128GB of storage space in the form of a solid state drive, a slew of connectivity options such as Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and HDMI, and up to eight hours of battery life to help you remain productive no matter where you are without ending up with a sore shoulder when carrying around a desktop replacement notebook during trade shows as you traverse through the showfloor.
Thanks to the ultrafast mSATA solid state drive and Intel Rapid Start Technology, the HP ENVY Spectre XT is capable of booting up in an instant – resuming your work from sleep mode is also done in the blink of an eye. Not only that, this puppy also features Intel Smart Connect Technology that is capable of automatically updating email even when the notebook is in sleep mode, to make sure you are on top of things at all times. It will start from $999 upwards and can only go north from there.
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