For those that are into convertible devices, HP has now introduced their new HP EliteBook Revolve, which is a cross breed device, a touch enabled notebook that can transform into a tablet that will be coming out to play in the market sometime in March next year for those that love using a hybrid device in the business sector.
According to HP, the EliteBook Revolve sports an 11.6-inch diagonal touch screen display, which will automatically adjust to brightness and orientation based on the position of the device, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, and also comes with a full sized back lit keyboard and optional pen, and is a Windows 8 device.
The HP notebook/tablet hybrid also features a 720p HD4 camera, along with CyberLink YouCam software and DTS Studio Sound. The convertible device also sports a third generation Intel Core processor, NFC, USB 3.0, Displayport, solid state drive options up to 256GB and Intel Rapid Start tech.
The device for enterprise also comes packing HP’s Enterprise Tools like PXB boot support, domain join, Active Directory, and a range of HP client management tools, whilst also having HP client security including HP BIOS Protection, Microsoft Security Essentials, or Microsoft Defender.
The HP EliteBook Revolve features an all magnesium chassis and weighs in at 3.04 pounds, and offers Enterprise class docking capabilities for easy connection to printers, ports, a mouse, keyboard or display.
We have embedded a hands on video of the HP EliteBook Revolve below for your viewing consideration so don’t forget to hit that play button to check out the device in action. As stated above, the EliteBook Revolve is coming to market sometime in March 2013, but currently there is no word on just how much the device will hit the pocket for.
Any of our readers interested in possibly picking up the convertible HP EliteBook Revolve one the device becomes available?
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