HP has just confirmed an addition to its line of convertible tablet computing solution which they named as HP Elitebook Revolve. Imagine a touch-screen notebook that pivots, can be moved backwards, and can be folded like a tablet. Yes, this is what HP Elitebook Revolve looks like.
It runs on a Windows 8 environment and targets to appeal to business and government users. Users have the option to use either pen or finger on its screen which makes presentation and information sharing in a corporate or business environment much easier and flexible.
It is scratch-resistant as it has all-magnesium chassis and Gorilla Glass panel. The contraption has an 11.6-inch diagonal HD display at a 1,366 x 768 resolution, a 720p HD4 camera with CyberLink YouCam software, and a dual-microphone array, DTS Studio Sound. The screen orientation can be adjusted automatically, with backlit keyboard and optional use of pen. It has a built-in storage up to 256 GB with a choice of Core i3, i5, and i7 CPUs.
With this being handy with a weight of 3 pounds and has common docking capabilities, it appeals greatly to the busy and on-the-go type of professionals and business end users. HP reported that this hybrid device will be available in March 2013.