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HP Spectre 13t-3000 Ultrabook, Core i5-4200U, HD Touchscreen, 128GB SSD. Optional QHD. (1920x1080)

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  • 4th generation Intel® CoreTM i5-4200U Processor + Intel® QHD Graphics (optional)
  • 13.3-inch diagonal Vivid HD LED-backlit Display (choose resolution, optional QHD)
  • Beats Audio
  • Touchscreen
  • Ultrabook - slim - less than 4lbs
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Brand NameHP
Series13t-3000 spectre
Item model number13t-3000 spectre
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemWindows 8
Color Silver
  
Additional Information
ASINB00G0Y8WL4
Best Sellers Rank #15,632 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Date First AvailableNovember 22, 2013
  
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* Windows 8.1 64bit * 4th generation Intel® CoreTM i5-4200U Processor + Intel® HD Graphics(For 4 GB Memory) * Onboard 4GB DDR3 System Memory * 13.3-inch diagonal Vivid HD Infinity LED-backlit Display * 128GB Flash Solid State Drive * Beats Audio * No Office Software * 4 Cell Lithium Ion Battery * No Internal DVD or CD Drive * Backlit Keyboard * Included 2 Year Warranty * Webcam and Microphone * 802.11b/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth® [2x2]

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Though 2560x1440 13" panel looks very crisp, it creates issues in Windows.
Rakesh Koul
This is a very nice good machine: Good made-good looking machine-Good performance machine.
Hector M. Sala Garcia
There's too much lag moving your hand to the screen and it's not as precise.
D. Alexander

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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Rakesh Koul on December 25, 2013
Size Name: 1920x1080
For my super latest update as of Jan 15, 2014, look at the bottom of the thread.

Initial review - Dec 2013:
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First of all, I have owned this ultrabook for less than a week. That is not a lot of time. But here are my first impressions. Then I have a recommendation on the configuration.

My initial configuration: Base Configuration with upgrades from 128GB to 256GB SSD, 1920x1080 to 2560x1440 Display, and Windows 8.1 to Windows 8.1 Pro. Paid little over $1000 for it. (I didn't buy it from Amazon.com)

Likes:
- Weight: Feels light, in fact is lighter than MacBook Pro Retina which was my other option.
- Price: It was $400-500 lesser than the Macbook Pro Retina 8GB/256GB Configuration on the day of purchase.
- Finish: KB, outer chassis is excellent. Display is bright. Feels a high quality device
- Connectivity: USB, HDMI, mini-DP, SDHC, all that you need. I needed it to work with an external 2560x1440 QNIX 2710 LED Monitor over HDMI or mini-DP. It supported 2560x1440 + 2560x1440 Extended Desktop Configuration effortlessly over HDMI.
- Audio Quality is excellent (Beats audio) & stereo.
- Trackpad: I have been often wary of the trackpad quality of non-Apple devices. But this device has had no issues whatsoever, till now.

Average:
- I did a 1080p media playback battery life test on it, playing H.264 HD content in Windows media player (HW Decoded), and the battery lasted 7 hours. Lower than the claimed 9 hours, but won't disappoint a lot. My configuration was very conservative at brightness less than 30%, airplane mode, all USB peripherals disconnected. 2560x1440 Display may have negatively impacted it, but I do not expect it to hit the claimed 9 hours, even with 19x10 Panel.
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Alexander TOP 100 REVIEWER on January 16, 2014
Size Name: 1920x1080
I bought the high-spec version of this system (i7/8GB/256GB) to replace a 2006 Dell Latitude. The idea was to have a travel machine to edit 22 MP raw files in Photoshop. It's about as good as a Windows system can be for this purpose, except for an usually high-pitched system fan. If you're not planning heavy use or that wouldn't bother you, definitely consider it.

In bulletpoints--

COST:

HP has constant coupon specials that take 15-20% off the MSRP, which is already competitive with the other makes. Fatwallet drops another 3-5%, and an AMEX Business credit card, 5-10% more. This system was $800 for quite awhile.

CHASSIS:

A brick. Near Macbook-quality. Same one-piece aluminum chassis, same sharp edges, same stiffness. The build impression is well beyond Acer's S7, slightly better than the Asus UX302, on par with the UX301, and a bit behind Samsung's wafer-thin Series 9 Book. The internals are easy to access: 8 exposed pentalobe screws take off the bottom. No glue in the case. Not that there's any point unless you're replacing the battery; everything else save the NIC card is soldered.

The keyboard is good for an Ultrabook. Slightly less key travel than a Macbook, but I haven't had many misses attributable to the layout. Very little flex. Thicker systems like my Dell and Lenovo's T-series tend to have more satisfying keyboards.

The lid is well-damped for touch use, which is more than I could say for some competitors. HP's brown color is lovely. Better-looking, I think, than the standard silver that everyone has emulated, as is the gunmetal HP logo.

SCREEN:

Both the QHD and 1080p options are excellent IPS panels. Viewing angles are standard for IPS, so quite good, as is color gamut (though short of sRGB).
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Abe The Babe on January 20, 2014
Size Name: 1920x1080
My main specifications when looking for an ultrabook were that it had a 1080p touchscreen, have a full SSD (no hybrid bull), 4th gen Haswell processor, and HDMI port. This ultrabook was the cheapest option I found with those specs (after the 20% discount promo) so I bought it.

I'm pleasantly surprised by many aspects of the ultrabook. It was the cheapest option for me, but I know it would blow some of the competitors I was looking for out of the water. It has great battery life, and extremely nice build quality, big trackpad, and decent sound for laptop speakers. Very happy with the product, and I know my wife will love it for years to come.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hector M. Sala Garcia on May 3, 2014
Size Name: 1920x1080
First of all I would like to say that I have the i7, 256Gb, 8Gb RAM, Full HD model. I didn't want to go for the extra resolution of the QHD display as I think it is too much for Windows to properly manage scaling. And full HD on a 13" laptop looks good enough for me. This decision may or may not satisfy all people but it does satisfy me. Anyway, just wanted to keep that clear.

The first time I physically saw this laptop I immediately felt in love of it because of the design and the keyboard (keyboard's layout, design and feel). Once I ordered my unit and finally got it and played a lot more with it, I reinforced my initial thoughts:

- Beautiful design, the best.
- Very strong build.
- The best keyboard I have used in a laptop, even on a Mac.
- The screen is amazing, what you expect from a machine like this.
- Battery life rocks.
- Power outlet is very small
- Enough ports for the size.
- BeatsAudio speakers
- Big trackpad that helps to better handle Windows gestures and very responsive like on a MacBook.
- The right size and weight.
- It really feels premium. It looks premium. It is premium.
- Very nice champaigne color
- All aluminum build

What I don't like:

- So far nothing.

I really wanted to let others know how I feel about this computer and what my experience was. When you own something that is really good, you want others to have the same experience.

This is a very nice good machine: Good made-good looking machine-Good performance machine. I really encourage you to give it a try and buy one for yourself. There are so many ultrabooks out there but just a few are really relevant. This is one of them and I honestly believe it is the best.
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