Reviews and Problems with HP Spectre XT 13 / Spectre XT 13 Pro
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I WOULD GIVE IT A 3.75
msvee "msvee", Amazon
24 October 2013
Summary: I really like the ultrabook. I was actually in love with it at first, but then little things started to make it not so loveable. Pros: Very sleek, light, backlit keyboard, multi-gesture touchpad, the homepage, windows 8, can use two apps/things at the same time, can switch to original desktop view if you dislike windows 8, Beat By Dre audio, Apps: you don't use a lot of space with apps, the charms, battery life, quick charge, and I'm sure there are more, I just can't...
Summary: First I want to say that this is my first ultrabook. I am not going to repeat what other reviewers have said but I would just like to say a few things: 1. this is by no competition the single fastest devise I ever have. I intentionally say devise since it boots even faster than any of my smart phones, tablets, or even my old but trusty Nokia E63 (not so smart) phone. this includes logging in and connecting to the local WiFi. 2.
Summary: I had my previous laptop for a while, so I decided to buy a new laptop. I go to college and I have to bring my laptop to school often, so I wanted something small and lightweight. I looked at dell (which was what my previous laptop was), but nothing interested me. I even looked at a Macbook Air, but then I realized I didn't want a Mac for a computer. Then I found this Ultrabook and the specs were everything I wanted.
Summary: i gave this review a 4 star as i thought it had a finger print reader however i guess i must have researched incorrectly. You must know that this la[top is lightweight very slim/and trim. so if this is what you are looking for then this is the right purchase for you. I have really small fingers however i still sometimes miss some of the keys as they are very small, however that is expected on account that this is a 13 inch.
Summary: Overall, I'm satisfied, especially for the low price I paid. Pros: - It is light - It did boot up in less than 10 seconds (though the amount of crapware installed by default slows it down quite a bit right after you login) - The overall appearance is quite nice, though they could certainly have done away with the conspicuous stickers. Backlit keyboard is quite gorgeous as well.
Summary: I wanted a lightweight, fast notebook for work - no gaming, no video streaming nor fancy multimídia app. And this HP delivers that well. The cockpit is really nice and the 100% based SSD storage is incredibly fast. However, 128GB is still pretty limited SSD capacity, it should really move up to 256GB at least. The other great disapointment is about Windows 8. During the first upgrade it disabled the shutdown button and now it only hibernates...