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HP introduces first business ultrabook

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 Nov 2011 16:35

HP introduces first business ultrabook HP has introduced its first business-oriented ultrabook, the HP Folio 13.
The computer will have a 13.3-inch HD BrightView display, is just 0.71-inches thick, and weighs 3.3 pounds.

Says the company:

This category of product breaks new ground and will be a likely choice for businesses to offer to employees looking for a more consumer-centric experience. We expect Ultrabooks will re-ignite interest in the small form factor PC category, and by 2015 expect 95 million Ultrabooks will be shipping worldwide annually.


The Folio 13 runs on an Intel Core i5-2467M processor, 4 GB RAM, has a 128GB SSD, Intel Rapid Start Technology, USB 3.0 and "an embedded TPM Embedded Security Chip to protect data sent via email and stored on the zippy solid state drive," says Tom's.

Additionally, the ultrabook has a backlit keyboard, HP TrueVision HD Webcam, Dolby Advanced Audio and a "full array of ports" including HDMI, SD and ethernet, among others.

The Folio 13 goes on sale on December 7th for $900.

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