Alongside the new Envy machines at its new event, HP also took the covers off its more premium EliteBook systems. The following were the major systems unveiled:
EliteBook x360 1030
HP’s premier business convertible comes with an even more efficient design (having a 10-percent lesser footprint), better display and an aluminum chassis. The 360-degree hinge makes it usable in four different modes.
The 13.3″ display comes with 1080p resolution, with a UHD option also available. It supports HP’s Sure View tech, which reduces the display angles to give you increased privacy, alongside the super-smart stylus accessory. There’s also an optional outdoor panel with up to 700 nits of brightness, you’ll get 400 nits on the regular display.
Under the hood, you can get Intel’s Core i5-8250U, Core i5-8350U with vPro, Core i7-8550U, and Core i7-8650U with vPro. With that, you get up to 16 GB of DDR3-2133 RAM and 4 TB of storage available.
Connectivity options include LTE (via a nano-SIM option), USB-C with Thunderbolt 3, USB-A, HDMI, and a headphone jack. There are four B&O speakers and a 1080p IR webcam. Battery life is quoted at lasting up to 18 hours.
Pricing starts at $1,449 for the base model, which will be available in June.
Finally, we have what HP calls the world’s first ultra-slim business notebook with Nvidia’s GTX 1050.
You get the same processor options as above, as well as a 15.6″ (optional) 4K panel. Storage options go up to 4 TB, with the battery lasting up to 16 hours.
HP’s Privacy Camera gives you a peace of mind with protection against hacks. Pricing starts at $1899 for the EliteBook 1050.