Throughout the 2020 edition of CES, a number of groundbreaking proposals have already been made in the computing world: from the futuristic MEG Aegis Ti5 from MSI to the folding laptops from Lenovo and Intel. HP was not left out of the international consumer electronics trade fair and took with it its latest bets on convertible laptops, desktop computers and even monitors.
Highlighted is the second generation Elite Dragonfly notebook, the first notebook made from ocean plastics. According to the manufacturer, over 82% of the mechanical parts of the Elite Dragonfly G2 are made from recycled materials. The 13 inch convertible notebook is fifth generation mobile ready and features a tenth generation Intel Core vPro processor.
HP has included in the new version of Elite Dragonfly Sure View Reflect technology that allows the user to enable a privacy mode to prevent the most "curious" from seeing what they are doing. Thinking about who is afraid of losing their laptop, the device has a location functionality through the Tile geolocation device.
Still in the world of new HP notebooks is the Specter x360 13, described by the manufacturer as the most powerful device in this line. Inside is a tenth generation Intel Core i7 processor with Iris Plus Graphics, allowing up to 22 hours of autonomy. Through the Intel Wi-Fi 6 (gig +) module users will also be able to transfer files at “high” speeds.
The Specter x360 13 has a 90% screen to chassis ratio, and its 13-inch OLED 4K display promises vibrant, lifelike viewing. HP has not overlooked the privacy and security of users and has included a Kill Switch Webcam, a microphone mute button and a fingerprint reader on the keyboard.
But that's not all: HP has also decided to make a breakthrough in desktop computers aimed at users who want to unleash their creativity. Inside, the ENVY 32 All-in-One (AiO) features ninth-generation 65W Intel Core i7 processors, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card, up to 32 GB DDR memory, and up to 1 TB SSD. RTX Studio is one of the highlights of the device, being able to track more than 40 major design and creative applications.
The new E24d G4 and E27d G4 displays feature smart workplace solutions. According to HP, the devices allow for greater flexibility using just a USB-C cable for video, data and up to 100W of power capacity. Screens have also been created with IT staff in mind who can remotely manage them.
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