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HP unveiled powerful business convertible with leather clad at Computex 2019

28 May 2019 2

One of the most interesting conferences taking place in Taipei, Taiwan has a lot to offer for the laptop and computer fans around the globe. The event started on 28th May and would last till 1st June with a lot of exciting announcements coming up as well while some exciting products have been unveiled already. Apart from computers and laptops, the event would have announcements around virtual reality products as well.


HP announced the world’s first business detachable computer with a leather keyboard named as Elite x2 G4 along with integrated dual-camera privacy shutters and privacy screen. The company shared how the new device redefines mobility offering the best-in-class battery capacity. The newly launched device is the world’s first business convertible device offering Gigabit Class 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 while boasting 24 hours of battery life, which is jaw-dropping.

The device is expected to hit the market somewhere around August with a price point of $1,499 whereas HP Elite x360 1030 G4 would be available for $1,449. Then the last variant i.e. HP EliteBook x360 1040 G6 would be priced at $1,499 and would also be available in July.

Are you looking forward to getting your hands onto these convertible devices? Let us know in the comment section below.


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