The small and compact design of the HP Spectre 13-v101na will keep you more mobile while still producing enough performance to keep you productive at the same time. This is a 13.3 inch model by HP that is really trying to target the active user who doesn’t want to be dragging around a big and bulky laptop for extended periods of time. Below we will review some of the benefits and downsides we were able to find on this device and see if it might be the right choice for you.
Processor: Intel Core i5
Memory: 8 GB of RAM
Storage: 256 GB SSD
Screen: 13.3 Inches
OS: Windows 10
– HP’s goal was to make this laptop very light and they have succeeded with the total weight of the device being just 1.1 KG
– It is also able to produce up to 8 hours of battery life to help keep you on the go longer, this isn’t amazing but still decent enough to be considered a benefit
– The Intel Core i5 processor may be a step down from the i7 but still holds up quite well under high demand and is a little more budget friendly than its bigger sibling
– USB 3.0 is clearly a big improvement over the older USB 2.0 but many new laptops continue to include a combination of both. Not this Spectre as all three available USB ports run on the newer and much faster 3.0 technology
– The 256 GB SSD drive that is included helps produce some great performance and boot up times on this laptop but with its limited storage consumers who save plenty of data may find it isn’t quite spacious enough
– If you are looking for a budget friendly laptop model this probably isn’t your best choice as the price is slightly high
The HP Spectre 13-v101na is a little pricey for the specs you receive but this is mostly due to the light weight design. It is still a very nice option for those that want something highly mobile yet still powerful enough to get you through your demanding day.