HP has released yet another addition to its series of business-focused laptops in the form of the EliteBook 1030. The device is set to hit availability later this month with its price starting at $1249.
Portability and style is key to the HP EliteBook 1030’s appeal. The company has granted it a diamond-cut metal unibody look which incorporates a fanless design to ensure it stays cool while keeping noise at bay. Potential buyers have the option of choosing between a 13.3-inch non-touch 1080p display and a 13.3-inch touch-enabled QHD one.
One of the other major highlights of the EliteBook 1030 is its battery life. The notebook can supposedly survive for 13 hours at a stretch on a single charge. As for the business side of things, the brand is trying to appeal to enterprise customers by incorporating tools for data protection, identity safeguarding and Manageability.
Under the first, HP has equipped the gadget with what it calls the industry’s first self-healing PC BIOS. The system supposedly ensures instant protection and smooth recoveries. A user’s data is additionally kept safe from prying eyes with the help of an on-sensor fingerprint reader.
Here’s a neat look at the main specifications of the HP EliteBook 1030:
– Display: 13.3-inch, FHD/QHD
– OS: Windows 10
– CPU: 1.1GHz 6th-gen Intel Core M
– Memory: up to 512GB SSD
– RAM: up to 16GB
– Battery Life: 13 hours
– Connectivity: Wi-Fiac, Bluetooth, USB Type-C, USB 3.0, HDMI, Wi-Di, Miracast
Finally, business consumers can handle multiple devices with an optional Intel vPro and LANDesk management in order to integrate the laptop with advanced IT environments. Like we said above, you can buy the HP EliteBook 1030 later in May starting at $1249.