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New HP Elite Dragonfly, ultralight and portable with 24 hours of battery

With performance, lightness and durability for banners, HP has recently introduced its new convertible: the HP Elite Dragonfly; a laptop of less than 1 kg and that promises more than 24 hours battery. Thus, the American company seeks to position itself as the main reference for anyone looking for a comfortable and portable ultrabook, but who does not want to give up great benefits.

The Elite Dragonfly has a display of 13 inch, which, together with a lightweight material such as magnesium, offers this enormous autonomous and lightness. In addition, the new HP has been equipped with the latest connectivity (Wi-Fi 6, 4G LTE) and processor configurations range from the Intel Core i3-8145U to the i7-8565U, all with the Intel UHD Graphics 620 graphic ; not forgetting the various versions of RAM and storage.

"A PC should grant freedom, adaptation and transformation to the way in which professionals work," said Alex Cho, senior manager of the company. "HP's innovation is taking business further with an incredibly light, powerful and very secure laptop."

Other features Resettable of the new HP convertible are its especially silent keyboard (also focused on optimizing comfort and productivity in its use) and its screen, which has a ratio of 86% (the highest in the market).

Finally, the Elite Dragonfly has security systems advanced against malware and file loss, such as the HP Sure Sense (powered by artificial intelligence) and the HP Sure Recover (which allows you to make backups in the cloud in a hugely fast way).

The HP Elite Dragonfly can be purchased in Spain from November at a starting price of 1299 (previous taxes), which makes it an option to value in the market for high-end ultrabooks.

HP has introduced three other new products

In addition to its flagship within the ultralight laptops, HP has introduced two curved monitors: the E344c Curved and the S430c Curved Ultrawide, 34 and 43 inches respectively. Both monitors, in line with everything presented, have the HP Bridge 18 system, a technology that allows the user to simultaneously control two PCs; thus enhancing performance and comfort in the professional world.

The HP E344c Curved will be available in October at a price of $ 600, and the S430c Curved Ultrawide, in November at a price of $ 1000.

As a final auction, the American company presented a wireless mouse, the HP Bluetooth Travel Mouse, which will be available in September at an approximate price of $ 40.

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