HP's Latest Laptop Model: HP Elite Dragonfly
HP has come out with a game-changing convertible laptop for modern-day business professionals around the world. If you are constantly traveling for work, pitching presentations, and chasing leads, then the HP Elite Dragonfly is definitely something you should consider adding to your list of necessary, career-building assets.
One of the world's lightest laptops, the HP Elite Dragonfly weighs in at only 2.2 pounds. This is made possible through its magnesium alloy chassis that is constructed as one single unit. The keys on the backlit keyboard are made from a soft rubber.
This 13.3-inch laptop takes durability and security seriously with its MIL-STD 810G military-standard rating, integrated webcam shutter, and built-in HP Sure View Technology. This laptop also comes prepared to work with its gigabit-speed Wi-Fi 6 and gigabit-class 4G LTE wireless broadband. Choose between a quad-core 8th Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, and enjoy working for an uninterrupted 24 hours with its long-lasting battery life.
- Weighs 2.2 pounds
- Choose between quad-core 8th Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor
- Comes with gigabit-speed Wi-Fi 6 and gigabit-class 4G LTE wireless broadband
- MIL-STD 810G military-standard rating
- HP Sure View Technology
- 24-hour battery life
Latest HP Model Laptop
World's lightest laptop for business professionals
The 2.2-pound HP Elite Dragonfly convertible laptop features a unique design, military-standard durability, and a 24-hour battery life.
Camille Sanghera is a UX writer and copywriter for global brands as well as an author of self-help books. Although she has lived and traveled internationally, Camille is originally from British Columbia, Canada. She merges over 10 years of writing experience with a love of words to bring authenticity and human connection to every project. When not writing, Camille can be found exploring nature with her dog, sketching to music, or laughing with loved ones.
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