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HP Envy14 Spectre Ultrabook
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The Good: Protected with Gorilla Glass; sharp and bright display; responsive keyboard and trackpad; ­illuminated keys; includes many ­useful ­applications; affordable.

The Bad: Not slim or light like other Ultrabooks; fingerprint magnet; ­limited use for NFC.

The Bottom Line: A big and sharp screen with good viewing angles, plenty of ports, and a great keyboard and trackpad.

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By Zam Karim, The Star | 03-10-2012

HEADS turn whenever we take the Envy14 Spectre Ultrabook for a spin in public - it's hard to resist the Spectre's glass coated body. The entire lid is covered with dark glossy glass, a striking contrast to the inside which is mainly ­silverish glass.

The glass is not just for show. Made from Gorilla Glass, it's scratch-resistant and hardy enough to protect the Spectre from rough handling.

As with most glass ­surfaces, the Ultrabook picks up ­fingerprints very ­easily. However, smudges on the ­silverish glass is less noticeable than on the lid.

Another cool feature is its ­aluminium analogue volume dial for precisely ­adjusting audio ­levels. Like some of HP's ­premium notebooks, the Spectre's sound system is tuned by Beats Audio.

 

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