HP ENVY Spectre XT
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|Model name||ENVY Spectre XT||CPU type||Intel Core i5-3317U (Ivy Bridge)|
|Graphics||Intel HD 4000|
|OS||Windows 7 Home Premium|
||13.3" 1366 X 768||Screen Type
||LED-Backlit LCD||Touch Technology
|Hard Disk||500 GB|
|Battery capacity||52 (Wh)|
|Weight||49.1 oz. / 1392g|
|Size (w/h/d inches)||12.4/0.7/3.9|
|Size (w/h/d mm)||316/18/99.9 mm|
|Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)|
|SDHC Card Slot|
|No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)|
|Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)|
|The HP ENVY Spectre XT is a 2nd-gen Ultrabook running on Intel's latest Ivy-Bridge processors. THe screen is a disappointing 1366x768 and the weight is average at 1.4KG. Beats Audio, a backlit keyboard and a selection of three Ivy Bridge processors and two SSD configurations give this Ultrabook business appeal.|
|HP states "Up to 8 hours of battery life." Core i7-3517U and Core i7-3667U CPU options available. 256GB SSD option.|
|Pricing Guide (based on retail price for base model.)|
|NEWS and REVIEW Links||Track product|
|Engadget - HP Envy Spectre XT Review||09/12/11|
|HP Press Release||05/12/11|
| Latest HP ENVY Spectre XT news from Liliputing|
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|HP Envy Spectre XT ultrabook up for pre-order for $1000|
The HP Envy Spectre XT ultrabook weighs just over 3 pounds, measures less than 0.7 inches thick, and has a 13.3 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display. It’s HP’s thinnest and lightest laptop with a screen that size, and now it’s available for pre-order for $999.99. When HP announced the Envy Spectre XT, the company […]
|HP Envy Spectre XT ultrabook coming in June for $1000 and up|
The HP Envy Spectre XT is a thin and light laptop which HP says offers a “no compromise” experience. HP’s new 14 inch and 15.6 inch ultrabooks weigh 4 pounds or more and feature a choice of hard drive or solid state disk. But the Spectre XT weighs just 3.07 pounds, measures less than 0.7 […]
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