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HP unveils the new Elite Dragonfly – its lightest convertible laptop

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HP has unveiled the HP Elite Dragonfly – its lightest and most compact convertible laptop ever that gives mobile professionals performance and security while making a design statement at the same time.

The HP Elite Dragonfly has a 13-inch display with a screen to body ratio of almost 86 per cent and weighs less than 1kg. It can switch from laptop to tablet mode in an instant

The device owes its lightweight construction and durability to its precision-crafted body made from CNC-machined magnesium.

Elite Dragonfly as up 24.5 hours of battery life so it will keep up with your busy schedule and perform anywhere without the constant need to look for a power point.

The convertible also comes with optional 4G connectivity so you can stay connected anywhere thanks to the 4×4 LTE antenna.

And when you are connected to a wireless network, the HP Elite Dragonfly will be faster than ever thanks to its Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.

The device is also whisper quiet thanks to the lightweight backlit keyboard and touch so you won’t be annoying anyone with your clicking sounds.

“A PC should provide freedom, adapt, and transform how and where today’s business professionals work,” said Alex Cho, President, Personal Systems, HP Inc.

“HP innovation is moving businesses beyond the status quo with incredibly light, powerful, and highly secure PC designs and a connected ecosystem for next generation workplaces.

“Delivering our lightest compact business convertible, HP is reimagining how technology empowers today’s workforce.”

On the security side, the HP Elite Dragonfly, powered by the 8th Generation Intel Core vPro processor, includes HP Sure Sense to defend against malware with artificial intelligence.

And the convertible also has your back when it comes to your wellbeing and will remind you to take breaks and provide productivity tips and wellness recommendations.

Vinay  Awasthi,  Vice  President  and  General  Manager,  Personal Systems, Asia Pacific and Japan, HP Inc said: “The Asia-Pacific workforce is extremely mobile and need computing devices that  are light, durable, always  connected and secure.

“We designed  the  HP  Elite  Dragonfly  to  lift  the  burden  of movement for today’s mobile workers and to enable them to unleash their potential wherever they are, whenever they want.”

The HP Elite Dragonfly will be released in November and will be priced from $2,699.