HP Envy 14 Spectre, which had turned quite some eyeballs towards it when it was announced, is finally hitting US markets today at a price tag that may raise your brow, because you would have to spend $1,399 for the entry-level model.
The entry-level HP Envy 14 Spectre comes with a 14-inch BrightView Infinity LED display that renders visual at 1600 x 900 pixels resolution, an Intel Core i5-2467M processor, integrated HD graphics 3000, 128 GB SSD drive for superfast boot times, 4GB RAM, up to 9.5 hours of gigantic battery life and NFC capabilities.
But if you’re not satisfied with the specs that you saw above, you can go their website and customize HP Envy 14 Spectre’s configuration by adding a better processor, additional SSD, RAM etc.
I personally liked this laptop’s looks and features and it seems this laptop has been introduced to rule the Ultrabook niche, and give a solid competition to Apple’s MacBook Air.
The best feature of this laptop is Beats Audio which makes it one of the best Multimedia Ultrabooks in the market. I recently bought HP Pavilion dm1z that also comes with Beats Audio, and I just love it.