Reviews and Problems with HP Spectre 13 / Spectre 13 Pro
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HP Spectre 13 Ultraportable Laptop Review
1 March 2014
Excerpt: HP's 13-inch Spectre packs a number of premium ultrabook features in an attractive package and an even more attractive price point. For a starting price of about $1,000 you get an attractive aluminum case, 13-inch touchscreen running at 1920x1080, 4th generation i5 processor and fast SSD storage.
Conclusion: Performance is the Spectre 13t’s only problem. Though its specifications look fine on paper, they translated to below-average figures in both our compute and 3D benchmarks. Day-to-day use isn’t a problem, but you’ll notice the lack of grunt when editing video or playing games.
Pros: Thin and light, Excellent 1080p display, Loud, enjoyable speakers, Great touchpad, Long battery life, Affordable
Cons: Compute performance is below average, Only two USB ports and no Ethernet
HP's 13.3in Spectre 13 Pro Ultrabook is a solid piece of kit that ships with a 1440p screen and an ultrawide touchpad
Good Gear Guide.au
10 February 2014
Summary: HP's Spectre 13 Pro is a 13.3in Ultrabook with a strong build quality and a vibrant, 1440p screen. It's comfortable to use, it's fast, and supplies decent battery life. It's worth checking out if you're after a new notebook for work or personal use.
Pros: 1440p, IPS screen, Strong build quality, Good keyboard
Cons: Wide touchpad can get in the way, Glossy screen, Audio not great
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Pros: Solid, slank, god design, meget god og høyoppløst skjerm, godt tastatur, fullstørrelses HDMI-utgang, bra programpakke, bra generell ytelse og svært god batteritid
Cons: Mangler ethernet-kontakt, blir litt varm, McAfee-pakken belaster prosessor unødig.