HP's EliteBooks get more portable and powerful than ever
HP has a whole boat load of new elite products set from their commercial line.
Business systems that have all the security and performance that IT guys need, but they are also designed to look cool enough that they have a lot of consumer crossover appeal.
There's the Elite Book X360 1030.
It's got that 360 degree hinge that everybody likes and they say it has an anti-glare that's actually etched on to the screen instead of an overlay which should help it be a little more friendly, a little brighter there.
There's also the elite X2.
This is the standard detachable, kind of we call them surface alike sometimes with a kick stand and they've actually managed to squeeze a larger 13 inch display into a larger 13 inch display into what would normally be a 12 inch body.
and of course these guys all have The stylus that goes along with them.
I was actually very interested in this, the Elitebook1050, which is still a pretty slim to standard clamshell business laptop, but you can get video Gtex1050 in here, which is a pretty good graphics card, incase you want to do a little gaming on the sly.
And it's also got a physical little shutter over the webcam, which is something that I've only seen in a few systems, but I always like it when I do.
And if you do have a laptop with you, so you wanna have a multi monitor display set up.
The elite display S14 just had one USB Type-C connection.
Plugs into your laptop, or I guess you could plug it into a desktop too.
It gives you Secondary display, just like that.
But the most interesting desktop related thing, I think is the new EliteOne 1000.
We've seen this before, but this new version does one thing to fix Problem.
A lot of people have the all in ones and that's, you got the all in one.
Everything's built in there.
Then you certainly can upgrade anything.
So the computer is on the base over here.
And this is the big curved monitor.
You can actually take the monitor part off and replace it with a new monitor later on if you wanna switch it to a flat or you have a flat and you wanna get a curved.
And frankly, if they come out with a new computer part later that has next year's processors or different graphics card option.
You can keep the screen part, slide it up, and then you can just get the new base computer part.
You don't have to buy both parts together.
And of course, it's not a physical shutter.
It's even cooler, right?
Cam just pops down like that.
So if you wanna work computer that looks [UNKNOWN] take the coffee shop, check out HP's new elite line of product.
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