Hewlett-Packard, the USA based firm has just launched the EliteBook 1030 laptop and has increased the range of its laptop portfolio. The new mid-range laptop comes with the suitable specifications for the regular business people and rests between the 1020 and the third-generation 1040. The laptop features 13.3-inch screen but can be framed in 12.2-inch chassis.
Further on, the EliteBook 1030 laptop comes with the sixth-generation Skylake Intel Core M processor that is packed with a 16GB storage capacity and can be configured with the old Windows 7 or the new Windows 10. The laptop also provides 512GB solid state storage capacity. The processor of the book also enables the 20 percent boost as compared with the prior models of HP.
The HP EliteBook 1030 is protected with Gorilla Glass and prevents it from scratches and cracks. Moreover, the company brags about the battery life and claims that it can boost up the laptop till 13 hours. The laptop has a Universal Serial Bus (USB), Type-C port for charging and connecting the device to other display and two USB 3.0 ports. High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is also integrated into it. Another connectivity options include the wireless connection i.e. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Wireless Display (WiDi), and Miracast.
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The HP EliteBook 1030 sports the incredible Bang & Olufsen speakers and a backlit keyboard. The laptop weighs 2.55 pound and includes premium features like the fingerprint reader, aluminum chassis, and glass trackpad.
As the company brags about the laptop battery power and says that it will enable the businesspeople and business owners to do their task efficiently. To add on, the company stated that the device is not for the heavy users but for the people who usually operate more than the web surfing.
Talking about its price, it will be hitting the shelves with a price tag of $1249. The date has not yet been announced. To conclude, the beautiful laptop will be available in two variants concerning display screen- the standard non-touch full high-definition (full HD) display with a resolution of 1,080 pixels or a touch Quad HD display with a resolution of 3,200 x 1,800 pixels. Further, the device with Quad HD display will cost extra to the consumers.