The American manufacturer declares my life battery Up to 24.5 hours for its fresh and enjoyable product - with 50 charging percent back in half an hour
Computers Mobile In hybrid configuration, with touch screen and fold axis that rotates 360 degrees to provide some new non-existing usage configurations on computers Mobile "Classic" continues to gain popularity and threatens to become the new default of the entire market sooner or later - and that includes the world of business computing, which embraces technology despite being perceived as very conservative. Company HP Claiming to offer the lightest 13-inch hybrid for organizations and business people - with its new and impressive Elite Dragonfly model.
The Dragonfly is another product that adopts the Athena project Intel, Which is designed to set the guidelines for the next generation of lightweight and lightweight mobile phones, despite the fact that it is based on Whiskey Lake generation processors in14 nmAnd not the processorsIce Lake Innovative at 10 nm
On the device you will find a 13.3 inch touchscreen with an 1080p or 4K resolution IPS panel, all in Gorilla Glass 5 protective casing, eighth-generation Core processors starting with the Core i3-8145U dual-core and ending with the Core i7-8665-3X Welded on 8GB or 16GB motherboard, 128GB and 2TB SSDs based storage (with option to integrate with Optane accelerators of Intel In some configurations), Bang & Olufsen square speaker array, 802.11ax dual-channel Wi-Fi connectivity with option for LTE modem, connection pair Thunderbolt 3, Lots of Options Security Suitable for a business computer and 38 watt-hour battery which should allow for easy working hours with fast charging support.
All of these features will be available in a metal casing that successfully passed the 19 Military MIL-STD-810G standard for toughness and operation in challenging environmental conditions - while maintaining a weight of 990 grams and a maximum thickness of just over 16 millimeters. HP You will also offer another model of the Elite Dragonfly with an enlarged 56 watt-hour battery that will last up to 24.5 working hours, presumably maintaining the same external dimensions, but with slightly increased weight.
HP plans to market its Dragonfly in blue only, starting this month - and at a massive starting price of 1,550 dollars with chip core i5 square, drive storage Of 128GB and LPDDR3 memory of 8GB. A top model with the most advanced screen and maximum memory volume is likely to approach (or maybe even cross) twice the cost of the base version, leaving only to wish that as many of you have the financial ability to enjoy this interesting technological creation.