HP Elite Dragonfly 4G LTE convertible laptop built using recycled ocean-bound plastic


Hewlett-Packard has unveiled a new laptop this week in the form of the HP Elite Dragonfly which is the first laptop built by HP using recycled ocean-bound plastic. The small lightweight business laptop is equipped with 4G LTE connectivity and a rechargeable battery capable of providing a full days work.

convertible laptop

convertible laptop

The HP Elite Dragonfly is powered by up to an Intel Core i7-8665U quad-core processor supported by 8GB or 16GB of LPDDR3 memory, (unfortunately soldered to the motherboard) and up to 2TB of PCIe NVMe solid state storage. HP is offering three different options for the 13.3 inch display in the form of a 1 watt, 400-nit full HD display, 4K HDR 550-nit display or
HP Sure View Gen 3 1000-nit display, complete with adjustable viewing angles to prevent sensitive information being seen on your screen by third parties as they pass by.

HP Elite Dragonfly laptop

HP Elite Dragonfly laptop

Plenty of other security and privacy features have also been added by Hewlett-Packard to the enterprise laptop including a privacy camera, integrated privacy screen that instantly blocks prying eyes and HP multi-factor authentication. “Fortify your security with up to three authentication factors, including fingerprints and facial recognition.”

For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Hewlett-Packard website by following the link below.

Source: HPLiliputing

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