HP’s very latest Ultrabook, the Envy Spectre XT, is facing shipping delays due to unforeseen circumstances.
HP, whilst the largest PC manufacturer in the world, isn’t completely free from the risk of having supply chain issues. In the case of the Envy Spectre XT, however, this could not have come at a worse time. The Envy Spectre XT is HP’s fastest, thinnest and best equipped Ultrabook to date, and HP expected decent sales for it when it was unveiled a month or so ago.
Unfortunately however HP has hit a brick wall with the supply of their latest Ultrabook. Facing delays of up to a month, the Envy Spectre XT is going to be incredibly late to the Ultrabook market, or rather far later than what HP would have liked which will most likely cost them a fair bit of cash.
The lowest specification Spectre XT ships with an Intel Core i5-3317U processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000, 4GB DDR3 system memory, a 128GB solid-state Drive, a backlit keyboard and a 13.3-inch LED backlit Display (1366×768). Another key feature to the XT is that it is considered to be one of the most environmentally friendly Ultrabooks available.
HP laptops sell by the hundreds of thousands every single year, and in recent years the company has been keen to stamp their mark within the premium market.