HP is today launching a new product for its Elite line: the new HP Elite Dragonfly. HP’s latest notebook is meant for business users, but the design says otherwise. The company has managed to come out with a really light, premium, and beautiful design for the Elite Dragonfly that we haven’t really seen much in other business laptops.
Weighing in at less than a kilogram, the Elite Dragonfly comes with all the powerful features you’d expect on a business laptop. It has an optional 1000-nit ultrabright 13.3-inch 4K (or FHD) display, and it’s 2-in-1 design lets you use the device in multiple different modes.
The device is powered by Intel’s 8th gen Core i7-8565U processor, with some variants even supporting Intel’s vPro tech, which is wildly popular amongst business customers. The device comes with up to 512GB of PCIe NVMe storage and up to 16GB of LPDDR3 SDRAM.
And as usual, it comes with some other business-focused features such as HP Sure View which makes it harder for others to view the content on your screen from the side. It also includes a camera shutter, for those worried about their privacy. The device comes with WiFi 6 connectivity, and HP will also be selling a model that comes with 4G LTE.
HP also says the Elite Dragonfly can offer up to 24.5 hours of battery life, but that varies on a bunch of different conditions, so your usage will vary. Starting at $1,549, the Dragonfly will be shipping in November.