Make your first impression a double take. Introducing the HP SpectreXT. All style. All substance. It’s thin. It’s sleek. And with the latest technologies, incredible HP innovations, and Beats Audio, it’ll make you think twice about Ultrabooks.Don’t forget Office with your PC purchase.  Download Office 2013 instantly with Amazon Digital Software.

Do more and carry less with the HP 13-2150nr SpectreXT Ultrabook PC, the laptop designed for wherever you’re going. Get started fast with the solid-state drive and stay connected with the essential ports. Count on Beats Audio, designed to deliver the best-sounding, richest audio available on a PC. Plus, use the HP TrueVision HD Webcam when only a face-to-face conversation will do. Make your videos and photos look even better, too, with easy editing software. This HP 13 SpectreXT Ultrabook also has a full-size backlit keyboard that’s comfortable to use during red-eye flights.

Key Specs

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Product Overview

Make your first impression a double take.

Count on the HP 13 SpectreXT Ultrabook PC for style and substance. Take this ultra-thin, all-metal design with you and get going in seconds with fast performance. Enjoy Beats Audio and a webcam that makes sure you look your best, even in low light. Edit videos and photos in a snap, plus stay comfortable with HP CoolSense.

This Product Has

Backlit Keyboard Keep working even in dimly lit rooms or on red-eye flights
HP Imagepad Touch to scroll, zoom and rotate with pinpoint precision
Beats Audio Designed to deliver the best-sounding, richest audio available on a PC
HP CoolSense Get automatic air conditioning for your notebook
HP TrueVision HD Webcam Always look your best, even in low light
HP Connected Photo Sync photos snapped on your smartphone or tablet
HP Support Assistant Keep running smoothly with automated help right on your PC

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Included Features

Intel WiDi ready
Wirelessly stream your photos, videos, and other PC content to an HDTV
Built-in media card reader
Transfer photos from your memory cards in seconds
Solid state drive
Run faster and lower your risk of data loss
HDMI port
View photos, videos and files stored on your PC on your HDTV


Display 13.3″ diagonal HD BrightView LED-backlit display (1366 x 768)
Memory 4GB installed memory
Hard drive 128GB solid-state drive
Processor 3rd generation Intel Core i5-3317U Processor 1.70GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.60GHz
Battery/life 4-cell 45WHr lithium-ion battery (up to 5 hrs of battery life)
Operating system Windows 8
Weight and dimensions 3.12 lbs, 12.44″W x 8.8″D x 0.57″—0.7″H
Finish Aluminum-magnesium alloy with soft-touch surface on cover in natural silver
Graphics card Intel HD graphics 4000
Wireless Intel 2×2 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth with WiDi
Warranty 1-year limited hardware warranty with toll-free support

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Backlit keyboard
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2 thoughts on “HP ENVY 13-2150nr Spectre XT 13.3″ Ultrabook (Silver)

  1. Matthew K. Morgan says:

    Nice Ultrabook for the Traveler or Student This is my first experience with Ultrabooks. Up to this point I have worked with laptops that are designed to be desktop replacement systems or family entertainment systems, so the journey into the land of Ultrabooks is a new one for me. So far, I have mixed feelings about this system, mostly due to HP’s recovery media creation tool, but my overall impression is a good one so far.In terms of size, this is a very thin and dainty notebook computer, roughly the size of a fat magazine. This gives it a very small footprint and it is relatively lightweight, making it good for stuffing in a briefcase or carry-on bag (though there are better cases for this kind of thing). I set it up on the kitchen table and as soon as my wife saw it she exclaimed “It’s so cute!” Indeed, it’s an attractive machine.One of the things that caught my attention when reading the specifications on this machine is that there was no mention at all of a DVD drive. The packing materials even…

  2. John Keitz says:

    If You Are In The Market For a Tablet… …consider this first.This is my first experience with an ultrabook, and many of my friends will tell you that their first experience with an ultrabook is me coming up to them and saying, “check out this amazing new ultrabook”! The HP Envy Spectre XT is an outstanding choice for your SECOND computer. It is sleek, light, easy to work with, and really fast.As I said, this is a great choice for your second computer. If you are looking for a primary computer, this is probably not going to work for you. I hate to start describing this wonderful little PC with its drawbacks, but here are the limitations. First, there is no optical drive. No CDs, DVDs, BluRay, etc. If you want to watch the occasional movie on disk, this isn’t for you. Second, the hard drive is tiny. How tiny? Well at 128 GB, it is only twice the size of the largest iPhone for storage. While most iOS apps are designed to be under 1GB in size, most PC programs aren’t. The OS and…

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