EliteBook Folio: First Business Ultrabook from HP
HP is now on a race of putting up a bunch of ultrabooks purposely made for different users. Today, the company’s product would charm the entrepreneurs, since it’ll be giving the HP’s first business-class ultra portable notebook PC named as EliteBook Folio.
The laptop is a 14-incher unit with a 1366 x 768-pixel resolution display. It weighs about 3.6 lbs and 0.75-inch thick– a bit lighter than the HP Envy 14 or 15 models, but quite heavier than the HP Envy SpectreXT notebook.
The EliteBook Folio outfits unordinary feature of typical ultrabooks through its user replaceable battery. The notebook PC equips with a backlit keyboard and a 4-cell, 52Whr battery that’s removable. Also it offers a 6-cell, 60Whr battery piece which can last up to 20 hours of continuous usage.
Moreover, this slim notebook comes with a maximum 16 GB of RAM, up to 500 GB of internal storage, 7200RPM hard drive and 256 GB solid state cache. It also brings the second gen Intel core processors and will just get Ivy Bridge updates later this year.
The HP ultrabook supports a DisplayPort, a Smart Card reader, three USB 3.0 ports, VGA and Ethernet outputs as well as a fingerprint scanner. Also, the Elitebook Folio has sustained TPM security for full volume encryption.
Sadly, releasing date wasn’t able to announced, yet it is expected that the HP ultrabook will be priced for $1149 and up.