The world’s largest technology company, Hewlett-Packard (HP), once more leads the Ultrabook generation with the introduction of its latest ace in its arsenal designed to push mobile computing further and lighter. Following the footsteps of the uniquely stylish and powerful Envy14 Spectre, the technology giant unveils the SpectreXT, a similar follow-up that carries on the HP Ultrabook vision.

A new dimension of Ultrabook technology

Challenging the limits of power and portability, the SpectreXT allows users to take their creativity to the field. Sporting the latest third-generation (Ivy Bridge) Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, coupled with 4GB of DDR3 memory, it breezes through high-resolution photos, videos, and work applications with ease and speed. Movie buffs and casual gamers are in for a treat with its built-in Intel HD Graphics 4000 chipset and 13.3-inch BrightView LED backlit display, made even better with premium Beats audio allowing for crystal-clear and lag-free viewing and gaming experience.

Running along its 1.77cm-thin body are ports unexpected of a computer as portable as the SpectreXT. Two USB ports (one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0), along with a Gigabit Ethernet port and full-sized SD card slot, as well as HDMI and headset/microphone combo jack, ensure full connectivity to the internet and accessory devices. Finally, its comfortable LED-backlit keyboard and high-precision trackpad makes work fun and easy, as well as turning heads with its brushed aluminum finish.

Putting together the ultimate combination of power, mobility and comfort, the HP SpectreXT builds up on the strengths of its bigger brother in an even thinner, lighter package.

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