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EliteBook Folio – Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

The EliteBook Folio – Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook. It has several of the functions we’ve come to expect from customer-focused ultrabooks such as a thin and light style and solid state storage.

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

However it also has business security functions as well as one thing that’s nearly impossible to find on an ultrabook – replaceable battery.

The ultrabook has a 14″, 1366×768 pixel display, weights – 3.6 pounds, and 0.75″ thick.

The laptop features a DisplayPort, VGA, 3 USB 3.0 ports and Ethernet port, a Smart Card reader and finger-print scanning device into the case. The Elitebook Folio additionally has an embedded TPM protection chip and supports total volume encryption.

Whilst Hewlett Packard’s customer ultrabooks that will launch with 2nd generation Intel Core CPU’s and get Ivy Bridge upgrades later this year, the EliteBook Folio will ship with Ivy Bridge.

The laptop includes 2 memory slots (for up to 16GB of RAM). Hewlett Packard will offer hard disk and solid state disk options, with support for up to 500GB of storage or 256GB with an SSD.

 

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

Hewlett Packard Windows 8 tablet specifics leaked

Hewlett Packard official have already stated that the corporation strategies to give tablets one more try — and implied that the company’s next tablet might run Windows 8 instead of webOS or Android. Now the people at Neowin have snagged a leaked demonstration which appears to present a first look at HP’s new Windows 8 tablet PC.
The Hewlett Packard Slate 8 tablet appears to be focused at business and pro clients, much like the HP Slate 500 Windows 7 tablet. It will ship with Windows 8 Pro OS.
But the HP Slate 8 additionally looks a little much more consumer-friendly than the company’s Windows 7 tablets thanks to Microsoft’s brand new touch-friendly Metro interface. The new tablet will have an x86 processor, however it will reportedly obtain 8-10 hrs of battery-life and be only 9.2mm (about 0.36 inches) thick, which makes it thinner than the new iPad. It’s a some heavier though – around 1.5 pounds.

New technologies - Hewlett Packard Windows 8 tablet

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