HP has today released the EliteBook Revolve, targeting at business users in Singapore.
The next generation convertible device is able to switch between a notebook and a tablet, boosting flexibility for mobile workers.
Serena Yong, general manager, printing and personal systems at HP Singapore, said the EliteBook offers features, including enterprises services and protection, that employees need to maximise productivity.
"Employees want computing devices that work the way they do - flexible and able to adapt to any situation," she said.
The enterprise-class components include solid-state drive options up to 256 GB and docking capabilities for full connectivity in the office.
Internally, the ultra-thin tablet is built on the latest, third generation Intel Core processors and optimised for Windows 8 while its exterior features an 11.6 inch diagonal HD display packed into a 1.36-kilos design.
Beyond mobile functionality, the tablet aims for secure deployment and effective management within an enterprise.
The EliteBook Revolve is now retailing in Singapore at S$2,399 (US$1,874) from HP Experience Store and Funan DigitaLife Mall, HP Channel Partner and HP Online Store.
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