HP Launches Elitebook 1020, the World’s Slimmest Corporate Notebook The HP Elitebook 1020 is 15.7 mm thick and weighs 1 kilo; Uses an Intel Core M processor and does not require a fan. HP launched the corporate notebook considered the lightest and thinnest in the world: The EliteBook 1020.
HP, second behind Lenovo, among the world’s largest computer makers, announced this notebook model, which has a thickness of 15.7 mm and a weight of 1 kilo, in the special version; And 1.2 kilos, in the standard version. The EliteBook 1020 uses a body made of an alloy of magnesium and lithium. This ultra-lightweight laptop harnesses the low power consumption of the latest Intel Core M processors , as it does not require a fan , making it thinner, less weightless and quiet. The EliteBook 1020 has a 12.5-inch screen with Full HD resolution or QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) depending on the model; Comes in the touchscreen version and the no touch screen. According to the company include a new keyboard and ambient noise reduction for videoconferencing.
It includes 8 GB of RAM, solid state disk from 128 to 256 GB capacity, a 9 hour battery life and are shock resistant, and extreme temperature and humidity. The EliteBook 1020 also includes biometric reader, remote data erasure, among other features. The EliteBook 1020 runs Windows 8. HP introduced other models, such as the 1040 G2, with 14-inch screen or the ultrabook EliteBook Revolve 810, with an 11.6-inch touch screen that can rotate to be used as a tablet. These HP laptop models are available in the United States market for shopping.
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