HP has this week announced they have updated their hybrid folding notebook/tablet the HP 810 EliteBook Revolve with a faster Intel Haswell processor together with a slimmer design making the device less bulky than its previous version.
The new HP 810 EliteBook Revolve first launched back in March of this year and has now been updated with the choice of fourth-generation Intel Haswell Core i3, i5, and i7 processors with the flagship system sporting a 2.1GHz Intel Core i7 4600U.
The new generation of HP 810 EliteBook Revolve devices is now also fitted with a new stylus which has been designed to offer users improved accuracy and in previous systems, but unfortunately HP has still not provided any place on the device to store it when not in use. Making it all that much easier to lose or be unavailable when you need it the most. HP explains :
“The EliteBook Revolve is designed to last with Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen, all-magnesium chassis, spill-resistant backlit keyboard – plus, it’s designed to pass MIL-STD 810G testing. And don’t forget about security—HP’s Sure Start, HP Client Security and HP Trust Circles are all included to protect your device and business data when traveling for business.
It offers the best of both worlds by easily transforming into a tablet. At 3.08 pounds and 22.2 mm at its thinnest point, HP combined true mobile freedom with business-class performance. It’s the full-performance PC you always wished your tablet could be.”
The new HP 810 EliteBook Revolve is priced at $1300 and comes fitted with an 11.6 inch screen providing users with a resolution of 1366 x 768. For more information on the new HP 810 EliteBook Revolve with Haswell processor jump over to the HP press release website for details.
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