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HP Spectre XT Ultrabook

The touch-enabled Spectre XT is one of several Windows 8 PCs expected to launch from HP later this year, and it is also the first-ever notebook from HP to run Intel's Thunderbolt I/O technology, meaning it can transfer music, movies and other data to external devices at super-fast speeds.

The Spectre XT won't be the lightest or thinnest Ultrabook on the shelves -- it measures 0.7 inches and weighs 4.77 pounds -- but it boast a design that's been optimized for the Windows 8 touch-screen experience with edge-to-edge glass and HP's Imagepad technology for more precise multifinger and gesture navigation.

The new Spectre XT is set to launch in December for $1,399.99.



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