The Envy 14 Spectre also features a USB 3.0 port, 2-in-1 memory card reader, mini-DisplayPort, HDMI port, and HP's Beats Audio technology, which made a world of difference on the HP TouchSmart 520 all-in-one (AIO) PC we recently reviewed.
That's a very nice looking Ultrabook, and I especially like the fact that it has a backlit keyboard. I also like that it's an HP, as they are my favorite manufacturer. But $1,400 is beyond my budget - and I wouldn't buy an Intel laptop unless it had a discrete GPU anyway (Intel graphics suck, IMO). So I guess I'll just hang-out, save my money, and wait for HP to manufacture some stylish AMD Ultrathins!
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That looks sweet, but the price is too high for the specs, even if it is about 1/3rd what my current notebook weighs.
I'm also a bit wary of HP's build quality after seeing too many of their 15" and 17" units all die with the same power supply problems.
Its absolutely beautiful, but the cost is way out of my range. Drop in a Trinity and cut the price by 600$ and we'll talk.
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