HP releases SpectreXT locally, priced at Php 55,990


HP’s Spectre lineup of notebooks is the company’s premium offering, combining top-notch hardware with sexy styling. The newest member of that prestigious lineup is the SpectreXT, which as you see in the pictures above, is one fantastically sexy notebook. The SpectreXT sports Intel’s latest Core i7 processor (Ivy Bridge) although it can also be had with the lower specc’d Core i5 processor. It has about 4GB of DDR3 memory, has a 13.3-inch BrightView LED display and has Beats audio inside.

It’s overall thickness is only 17.7mm, and as you can see, it’s body is made from tough aluminum and not cheap plastic. The entire notebook exudes a nice, premium feel, and the overall build quality is pretty awesome.

The device shown during the launch was still running Windows 7, though HP’s Business Development Manager, Kathryn Wong assured us that it would have Windows 8 when it ships to customers this month. Want this bad boy? Of course you do. Expect to pay Php 55,990 for the privilege of owning one.