HP today announced a new line of thin and light Ultrabook systems and Sleekbooks, the new additions include the HP ENVY SpectreXT, an ultramobile premium Ultrabook. Here are the details on the HP ENVY SpectreXT:
Built with a mix of premium materials, the HP ENVY SpectreXT boasts an all-metal design with stark lines that contrast with a soft texture. Crafted for mobility, the HP SpectreXT measures 14.5 millimeters (mm) thin, weighs 3.07 pounds and includes a 13.3-inch HD diagonal display with a slim bezel line. It also includes 128 gigabytes (GB) of solid state storage and up to eight hours of battery life. A full array of ports, including Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and HDMI, provide more ways to network without compromising size.
The HP SpectreXT supplies the speed users need, with support of an ultrafast mSATA solid state drive and Intel Rapid Start Technology allowing for quick boot and resume times.
Powered by the latest Intel Core processors, the HP SpectreXT also includes Intel Smart Connect Technology, which automatically updates email while the notebook is in sleep mode.
The HP SpectreXT offers a performance-tuned software image, full versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and Adobe Premiere Elements 10. A concierge phone line for technical support is dedicated exclusively to HP ENVY Spectre users.
To safeguard confidential data and thwart cyber threats, the HP SpectreXT is preloaded with one year of Absolute Data Protect; two years of Norton Internet Security; and Intel Identity Protection, which provides advanced security.
Designed for rich audio quality, the HP SpectreXT features Beats Audio over quad speakers and via the headphone jack.
Pricing and availability
The HP ENVY SpectreXT is expected to be available in the United States on June 8 with a starting price of $999.99. For more info visit www.hp.com
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