Can you believe that just six months ago, HP was thinking of ditching the PC business? It seems far fetched today, now that we know the company had laptops like the lightweight, long-lasting Folio 13 and the powerful yet relatively inexpensive Envy series up its sleeves. And of course, that's before we consider the HP Envy 14 Spectre, too. First revealed to us in an FCC filing and then again in a video tease, the Spectre turned out to be a 14-inch ultrabook practically bathed in Gorilla Glass, with a lovely high-res screen... but also a $1,399 price tag to go along with its fairly standard internal specifications. When it comes to ultrabooks, the user experience is paramount, but that's a lot to spend on a Core i5 chip with integrated graphics and 4GB of RAM. Is the Envy 14 Spectre worth $500 more than HP's own Folio 13? Is it worth $100 more than a 13-inch MacBook Air?