HP Updates Elite Device Line With Thinnest Ultrabook Yet

1 - HP Updates Elite Device Line With Thinnest Ultrabook Yet
2 - HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1
3 - HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1
4 - HP EliteBook Revolve G2
5 - HP EliteBook Revolve G2
6 - HP EliteDisplay S230tm
7 - HP EliteDisplay S230tm
8 - HP EliteDesk 800, ProDesk 600
9 - HP EliteDesk 800, ProDesk 600
10 - HP Slate Extreme
11 - HP Slate Extreme
12 - Classmate Notebook PC
13 - Classmate Notebook PC
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HP Updates Elite Device Line With Thinnest Ultrabook Yet

by Michelle Maisto

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HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1

The EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 is now the thinnest Ultrabook in HP's Elite lineup. It has a 14-inch touch display and, at 13.31 by 9.19 by 0.63 inches, is 16 percent thinner than its predecessor (plus, 7 percent lighter).

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HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1

A fingerprint reader comes standard on the 1040, and a smartcard reader, for extra authentication, can be added. It also features a ForcePad—a touchpad that doesn't click down but senses force, like the buttons on a smartphone face. It's available now, starting at $1,244.

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HP EliteBook Revolve G2

The Revolve weighs 3.08 pounds—worth noting, since this style of device tends to get carried around in the crook of an arm, as users tick boxes or take notes. Its capacitive multitouch display is 11.6 inches on the diagonal and covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

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HP EliteBook Revolve G2

The Revolve runs Windows 8.1 and up to an Intel Core i7 Haswell processor. It has a solid-state drive (SSD) that boots in milliseconds and HP Sure Start self-healing BIOS software. It will arrive Dec. 20, at a starting price of $1,364.

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HP EliteDisplay S230tm

HP's first Windows 8-certified touch monitor for businesses has a 23-inch multitouch IPS display that supports five simultaneous touch points and a 178-degree viewing angle.

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HP EliteDisplay S230tm

The EliteDisplay can be wall-mounted, with a VESA mount—it's an easy fit for kiosks or collaborative work areas. But perhaps more fun is to use it on a desk, where it can stand upright or lean way back—70 degrees back. Arriving in the United States Jan. 6, the Elite Display S230 will have a starting price of $359.

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HP EliteDesk 800, ProDesk 600

These 1-liter desktops are HP's smallest form factors. Each can support three monitors, stand on its own feet or be mounted behind a monitor or to a cart, and runs fourth-generation Intel Core processors.

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HP EliteDesk 800, ProDesk 600

While identical at a glance, the EliteDesk 800 ($699) includes BIOS-level security, the option of HP VPro and a fast-charging port that can charge smartphones and tablets at three times the speed of a traditional USB port. The ProDesk 600 ($489) has M.2 solid-state storage. Both will arrive in April.

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HP Slate Extreme

The HP Slate Extreme is a 7-inch, WiFi-enabled Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) tablet with an Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor, a 5-megapixel rear camera and a VGA camera up front, and micro-HDMI support for 4K TV input.

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HP Slate Extreme

The Slate Extreme comes with a stylus and is preloaded with apps that help users take advantage of it. It's available now, starting at $199.99.

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Classmate Notebook PC

HP has launched HP Education Services, a combination of teacher training and leadership development initiatives, alongside the Classmate Notebook PC, its newest notebook for young learners around the world.

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Classmate Notebook PC

The newest Classmate runs Windows 8.1, Intel Celeron N2000 Series processors and Intel's suite of education software. It's durable, for use outside the classroom, and has an integrated Webcam, for taking virtual field trips or hosting guest lecturers.

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