Business users if you’re looking to pick up a Windows 8 laptop/tablet hybrid for yourself or your company, you might be interested that HP’s Elitebook Revolve will be available for purchase come March of 2013, assuming you don’t find something else from now until then. Much like other touch-centric Windows 8 devices, the Elitebook Revolve will feature a screen that is touch-centric and can be swiveled and aligned so that the laptop acts as a tablet, or it can be used like a regular laptop depending on your needs. Featuring a body made from magnesium alloy, the Elitebook Revolve will weigh 3 pounds and will sport an 11.6” 1366×768 display.

It will also come with a 256GB SSD, 4GB of RAM, and customers will be able to choose between an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor, a backlit keyboard, NFC, TPM and a SIM slot which is said to support LTE networks in the US, and HSPA+ connections elsewhere in the world. Customers will also be able to purchase a stylus which is sold separately in which it can be used to interact with the touchscreen display. No word on pricing yet, but we expect those details to be revealed closer to its release date.

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