Designed for those who expect the extraordinary. The world’s first multi-surface glass notebook with three pristine surfaces of scratch-resistant glass, the HP 14 Spectre pushes the boundaries of what an Ultrabook can be.

Count on the tough, scratch-resistant and ultra-thin HP 14-3210nr Spectre Ultrabook PC, the laptop designed for those who expect the extraordinary. The HP Radiance Backlit Keyboard senses your presence, lighting up when you’re near and dimming down when you’re away. Plus, enjoy the ultimate performance with the long battery life and solid-state drive. The HP 14 Spectre Ultrabook also has Beats Audio, designed to deliver the best-sounding, richest audio available on a PC.

Key Specs

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Product Overview

In a word, extraordinary.

Push the boundaries of what a PC can be with the HP 14 Spectre Ultrabook. This laptop is blazingly fast and stunningly sleek with an unparalleled use of glass inside and out. With a long battery life, count on total freedom. Get going in seconds whenever inspiration strikes. Plus, enjoy personalized assistance and Beats Audio.

This Product Has

HP Radiance Backlit Keyboard Lights up when you’re near and dims down when you’re away
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

Specifications

Display 14.0″ diagonal Radiance HD+ Infinity LED-backlit display (1600 x 900)
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 58WHr lithium-ion HP long life battery (up to 6 hrs, 15 mins of battery life)
Operating system Windows 8
Weight and dimensions 3.97 lbs, 12.88″W x 8.7″D x 0.79″H
Finish Super-durable glass fused to an all-aluminum body in natural silver and nero black
Graphics card Intel HD graphics 4000
Wireless Intel 2×2 802.11a/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth with WiDi
Warranty 1-year limited hardware warranty with toll-free support

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3 thoughts on “HP Spectre 14-3210nr 14-Inch Ultrabook (Black/Silver)

  1. Areaz says:

    Awesome design but defective screen I bought spectre 14 3010nr first and it turned out to be very very slow for a $1200 original price computer. I returned it and bought this model for about $100 more thinking that it will be fast enough as it does have better processor and graphics memory. Turns out it is snapping fast for a notebook as well it came with all the necessary softwares with less junk.Why 3 stars? Because it has a defective screen. I read the reviews of 14-3010nr that there were problems with screen but I thought newer model will have that issue fixed. It works but sometimes the colors go dim and white color turns into light green. I am really disappointed from HP because when you buy a laptop on a premium price, you expect premium performance too. I think all the “premium price” you pay is for the software that it comes with (Adobe premiere elements, lojack 1 year subscription and Norton internet security for 2 years). But I would rather had got a fantastic laptop with none of these software,…

  2. TrekHer says:

    Build quality as good as a Mac I am a Windows devotee but have always wished some PC manufacturer would meet the build quality of the Mac products. This one makes me smile every time I open it. It is really a 13.3″ case with a 14″ screen. I wouldn’t have believed it. It weighs in at a bit more than a regular 13.3″ with SSD because of the glass used on the laptop cover and around the touchpad. It’s like HP made this one meeting every one of my user requirements. No regrets, not one. Amazon had the best price.

  3. ETW says:

    pending…Pending…PENDING!!!…UPDATE #1 OK…see below for my preliminary ordeal.Received my THIRD new Spectre on the 26th (I’m writing this after about 4 days of steady usage), and, like the previous two, was extremely impressed by its stylish looks and compact design. Considerably heavier than it looks, I’m sure given all the glass in it’s construction (I hope Gorilla Glass lives up to its name). Since I had a problem with the spacebar on one of the duds I’m very sensitive to how this ones whole keyboard feels…and so far so good…hopefully it stays that way. I love the backlit keys (though I’m not sure if the proximity thing works so well).I really hope that the unified glass trackpad (the whole thing is touch sensitive, including the right and left clicks) doesn’t pose a problem; i.e., sometimes when I place the cursor on something small, preparatory for a left or right click, just the putting of my finger on the (either) corner to click causes it to move off the object and the click doesn’t “hit”…

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