In all its 13.3 inch goodness, the HP Spectre 13 was made for full HD screening. For the price you’re paying (which is a somehow pretty well), the display screen is beyond exceptional. Uniquely designed, the piston hinges on the Spectre 13 allow this Ultrabook screen to be tilted to 120-degrees adding points in both style and design. Fun fact: the screen is resting on the hinges, not the body of the Ultrabook.
Weight and thickness
Weighing at only 1.11kg and 0.41 inches thick, the HP Spectre 13 strikes the perfect balance between weight distribution and design. Its matte black base matching with gold finishing simply oozes class and elegance, giving it an edge in design.
B&O Certified Speakers
The speakers located on both sides of the keyboard are certified by Danish audio giants Bang & Olufsen. It is perfect for movie streaming and YouTube videos. the speakers could only do so much when it comes to providing adequate bass, treble and underlying notes.
Incorporating a hybrid battery into its body, the Spectre 13 boasts a battery capable of lasting up to nine hours on a single charge. Sadly, that only happens when I leave the laptop idle without any programs running.
Usage (keyboard and track-pad)
The crisp and firm keyboard on the Spectre 13 is brilliant for everyday users as it gives a great typing experience as well as an audible and satisfying click. The glass track-pad however, is disappointing due to its overly-smooth feel and inaccurate cursor movement that occurs from time to time.
Specs and ports:
This beauty is captivated inside with a 6th generation intel core i5 having a nice 8 GB RAM DDR3 with a storage space of 256 GB driving with a operating system windows 10 as we can see that its a pretty thin machine so what about the port 1 USB port of type-c and 2 USB port 3.1.