HP Spectre XT Review

HP Spectre XT is a MacBook Air-like laptop model that works every bit like an ordinary ultrabook. At just $699 (Approx. £450), the laptop is also cheaper than Apple’s laptop models.The laptop should feel very premium when people hold it, with its excellent grip and smooth soft-touch button.

It is nearly one pound heavier to the original Spectre and the added heft could be due to the use of the aluminum case. To give an illusion that the Spectre XT is slim, HP added the tapered edge to the design. Nevertheless, when placed alongside the Samsung Series 9 and ZenBook Prime UX31A, the Spectre XT seems to look a little overweight. While some ultrabooks have 1600 x 900 displays, the Spectre XT’s 13.3” display use the smaller 1366 x 768 resolution.

This could be a deal-breaker for visual-oriented users, especially considering that the display has limited vertical viewing angles. Inside, there are 1.7GHz Intel Core i5 processor and built-in Intel HD Graphics 4000, which don’t sound like much.

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