The latest and best model of ultrabook from HP today is arrived – HP Envy 14 Spectre to hit the shelves, and with the combined power of HP's premium Envy range and Dr. Dre's urban cool beats brand is featuring and it's going to be very hard to resist which HP Envy 14 Spectre makes a great one. Encapsulating monitor bezel in glass and keyboard tray look elegant and understated, thin chassis gives the laptop a sleek appearance. The lid, display, palmrest and tracpad are all covered with scratch-resistant glass, which HP claims that the glass makes the laptop more durable and stylistic.
In 14-inch 1600x900 radiance display that comes standard in the Envy 14 Spectre definitely belongs to the former category giving the perfect and glossy enough you'll want to use it in the darker spaces gives you a better brightness and wonderfully crisp, clear gets nice and bright without washing out and has fairly decent viewing angles to boot. The LCD panel offers excellent horizontal viewing angles, and good vertical viewing from above the laptop. The screen is very evenly lit, probably owing to the LED backlight, color saturation is good makes editing photos a bit easier than the systems with a more standard High-Definition display, which you can out that display to good use right away, since HP includes full versions of Photoshop Element 10. Premiere Elements 10 CyberLink Webcam, DVD burning software, and a full version of Norton Internet Security.
HP Envy 14 Spectre has a full repertoire of wireless tricks such as Bluetoot, Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) for zapping audio and video to an HDTV set equipped with a Belkin ScreenCast or Netgear Push2TV and 802.11n Wi-Fi with Intel's Smart Connect which uses trusted networks to refresh Microsoft Outlook and other Internet app periodically while the computer's in sleep or standby mode. Like most ultrabooks, Envy 14Spectre is somewhat lacking in expansion ports, offering a scant two USB connections (one is 3.0 version and the other is version 2.0). all system's ports including the 2 USB ports, the gigabit ethernet jack, the headphone jack, SD card slot, HDMI and the mini-DisplayPort video outputs are on the left side of the piece.
With a 1.6GHz Core i5-2467M processor, 4GB of DDR3 memory and 128GB of Solid State Drive (SSD), this HP Envy 14 Spectre is pretty much you standard ultrabook as far as benchmarks are concerned, as usual, it'll cut trough everyday task like a hot knife through butter and play HD movies just got better.
HP Envy 14 Spectre Notebook Technical Specifications and Price