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Ultralight: HP presented in Argentina the Elite Dragonfly notebook made of plastics recovered from the ocean


The ultralight HP notebook has a weight of one kilo, an autonomous 24-hour use and supports 8th generation Core processors

HP present in Argentina the
Elite Dragonfly notebook, a model that combines a thin and light design with a manufacturing process that uses recovered materials. With a weight of only 1 kilo, the
        
HP
        
 Elite Dragonfly is a
        
personal computer
        
 portable whose manufacture uses plastics recovered from the ocean for some internal components of the equipment.

In detail, the HP Elite Dragonfly is a 2-in-1 laptop with a 13.3-inch screen with minimal edges and 4K HDR resolution, a design that allows for more compact equipment, and weighs less than a kilo. It can be configured with 8th Generation Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, supports up to 16 GB of RAM and can be configured with drives ranging from 128 GB to 2 TB of storage capacity.


The HP Elite Dragonfly is oriented to the professional and corporate segment and will be priced from 150 thousand pesos in ArgentinaThe HP Elite Dragonfly is oriented to the professional and corporate segment and will be priced from 150 thousand pesos in Argentina

Equipped with Windows 10 as an operating system, it has a fingerprint reader, it has an autonomous use of up to 24 hours, it has Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and can add 4G LTE connectivity. It has two USB Type-C ports, another Type A, an HDMI connector and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Presented in October in Spain, the HP Elite Dragonfly notebook will be on sale in Argentina from 150 thousand pesos according to the chosen configuration.

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