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HP's EliteBook Folio Ultrabook getting screen upgrade option in March, will offer 1600x900 resolution

HP to offer 1600x900 screen option in March for their EliteBook Folio Ultrabook

| Laptops News | Posted: Jan 5, 2013 11:55 pm

The Windows 8-based HP EliteBook Folio looks great on paper, but really loses out on its screen res with just 1366x768. In this day and age - hey, we're in 2013 now - that resolution is just ridiculously low.

 

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It seems as though HP has come to their senses in the new year after a few drinks, and are now set to offer a 1600x900 option to US and European customers starting in early March. There's no information on how much the screen res upgrade will cost, but it shouldn't be too much more than the offering price, maybe $100-$150 extra.

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