HP has extended its product portfolio with the EliteBook Revolve – a touch-enabled notebook running on Windows 8.
Aimed at business users, the device's centrally located hinge enables users to twist the keyboard behind the screen, turning it from laptop to tablet.
“Employees want computing devices that work the way they do – flexibly and able to adapt to any situation,” said Dan Forlenza, vice president and general manager, Commercial Managed IT Segment, HP.
“HP is committed to ensuring its Elite portfolio of tablet solutions will provide customers with the features their employees need for maximum productivity, and with a design they’ll be proud to carry everywhere they go, all without sacrificing the enterprise services and protection that take the headache away from IT.”
With a touch-enabled display that pivots for easy viewing and sharing, the EliteBook Revolve has an 11.6-inch display, a 720p HD4 camera, USB 3.0, up to 256GB of solid-state storage and a choice of Core i3, i5 and i7 CPU.
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