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HP debuts the HP EliteBook Revolve, a convertible notebook for business

HP shows off the EliteBook Revolve, a convertible notebook destined for the government and business
By: Trace Hagan | Laptops News | Posted: Dec 5, 2012 9:03 pm
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HP has unveiled the HP EliteBook Revolve today. The system is a convertible notebook meaning that the screen flips around to become a tablet. The name should give you a bit of a hint of how it does this, but if it doesn't, the picture below will certainly help.

 

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It features an 11.6-inch screen that can spin around and cover the keyboard, enabling the laptop to become a tablet. Unfortunately, the screen only supports a resolution of 1366x768, but at 11.6 inches, it's not as bad as if it were on something a bit larger. The system is powered by either Windows 7 or Windows 8.

 

It features the latest Intel Ivy Bridge processors, and anywhere from 4GB to 12GB of RAM. Aimed at the business and government sectors, the tablet comes with all of the usual accouterments that business and government laptops do. The system is expected to launch in March 2013, at which time pricing will be available.

NEWS SOURCES:Mobilegeeks.com

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