Windows 8 based touch laptops have come quite into the vogue post Windows 8 launch. HP has been really working hard in this segment with three simultaneous launches. It has moved more in depth to the convertible tablet segment by coming up with the Elitebook Revolve which gives a refreshing new design in the convertible tablet market. The Elitebook Revolve would be focusing upon the business class convertible tablet segment. To give in a few happy dreams to the people who would like to get their hands upon a machine in this segment the HP Elitebook Revolve would be debuting in the market by 2013 March. You can decide upon buying it later, but for now here is a quick review.
The Elitebook Revolve as with its preceding designs is centrally hinged around which it can be revolved by 180 degrees and also closed to turn it into a tablet. The difference in this design is that it provides for a matte cover on its gorilla glass centred design which implies that the touch experience is more user friendly. The Elitebook Revolve typically revolves around the 11.6 inch display which sports gorilla glass 2 and comes with a resolution of 1366 x 768. The internal specs speak something like a core i3, i5, or i7 processor with 4 GB RAM and 256 GB of SSD. This should deliver a decent optimized and speedy performance. It also sports two USB 3.0 ports, a display port and a full sized Ethernet jack that outlines its enterprise target segment and an option of 4G LTE.
A few specs you might look at are:
Display : 1366 x 768, Gorilla glass and matte finish
Insides: Core i3, i5 or i7 processor, 4 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD
Connectivity: USB 3.0 ports, display port, Ethernet Jack, 4G LTE (Optional)
For more updates on the HP Elitebook Revolve set to launch in March 2013 stay tuned here