The HP EliteBook Revolve is quite the looker if you ask us, being a touch-enabled convertible tablet that underlines HP’s effort to offer flexible computing solutions for everyone. The HP EliteBook Revolve will function like a notebook when you need it to, and has a touchscreen display that pivots so that you can share your work, while it folds up to function as a tablet when the need arises. It might sound totally rad at first glance, but bear in mind that HP did play with such a design before with the HP TX2000.
The thing is, the HP EliteBook Revolve is a far more powerful beast than its ancient ancestor, where it is powered by the latest third-generation Intel Core processors, being specially optimized for Windows 8, offering a touch-enabled 11.6” high-definition display to boot, all crammed into a body that tips the scales at a mere 3.04lbs. Other hardware configurations include a 720p HD camera, dual-microphone array, DTS Studio Sound, durable, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 2 and an all-magnesium chassis. No idea on pricing, but it ought to hit the US next March. [Product Page via Press Release]
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