HP is updating its Elitebook Revolve line of 2-in-1 notebook/tablet hybrids with a new model sporting a choice of 5th-gen Intel Core processors.

The new HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G3 isn’t available for purchase yet, but HP has posted details about the upcoming business-class laptop on its website.

hp elitebook revolve 810 g3

The laptop features an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel touchscreen display which can be rotated and folded down over the keyboard for use in tablet mode. Sadly it doesn’t look like HP has any plans to offer models with higher-resolution displays.

Other specs look pretty good though. The Elitebook Revolve 810 G3 will be available with Core i3 through Core i7 Broadwell processors, 4GB to 8GB of RAM, and 128GB to 512GB of solid state storage.

The system has two USB 3.0 ports, DisplayPort, a headset jack, and an Ethernet jack as well as a docking connector and a microSD card reader.

HP’s 2-in-1 laptop measures 11.2″ x 8.3″ 0.9″ and weighs 3.1 pounds with a 6 cell, 44 Whr battery.

Enterprise features include a TPM chip, HP ecurity software, a spill-resistant keyboard, and options for Intel vPro, an “HP Executive Pen” touchscreen, and Windows 8.1 Pro software.

via Tablet PC ItalyTPM chip

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2 replies on “HP EliteBook Revolve convertible notebook goes Broadwell”

  1. Sweet, so an aged 1366×768 display and what sounds to be like a passive or capacitive stylus. Slow clap, HP, slow clap. Who designs these things?

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