Thursday, November 17, 2011

New HP Ultrabook Targets Business Professionals

Hewlett-Packard took the wraps off a new ultra-thin notebook Relevant Products/Services Wednesday that is squarely aimed at the company's enterprise Relevant Products/Services clients. Called the HP Folio 13, the new machine is designed to deliver the gamut of advanced capabilities to business professionals while delivering as long as nine hours of operation from a battery charge.

The so-called Ultrabook product category, pioneered by Intel Relevant Products/Services thorough its development of low-profile processor chips that consume substantially less power than their predecessors, will be a likely choice for businesses to offer to employees looking for a more consumer-centric experience, said IDC Executive Vice President Crawford Del Prete.

"We expect Ultrabooks will reignite interest in the small form factor PC category, and by 2015 expect 95 million Ultrabooks will be shipping worldwide annually," Del Prete said Wednesday.

Weighing 3.3 pounds, the ultra-slim HP Folio has a 13.3-inch high-definition display, a back-lit keyboard Relevant Products/Services, a high-definition webcam and an array of ports, including Ethernet and USB 3.0. The new machine integrates the latest ultra-low-voltage Intel Core processors and a solid-state drive (SSD) with a maximum capacity of 128 GB.

Folio delivers cinematic-quality sound based on Dolby's advanced audio v2 technology. Also offered is an optional embedded security chip for protecting the user's confidential data Relevant Products/Services, together with an optional dock for connecting HP's new Ultrabook to networking, video Relevant Products/Services and audio peripherals stationed on a user's work or home desktop Relevant Products/Services.

Folio 13 Features

The Folio's advanced form factor integrates CoolSense -- HP's technology for dynamically managing the machine's heat signature to deliver the optimum level of user comfort. Strategically placed vents and materials keep the laptop Relevant Products/Services cool and direct the heat away from the user. Whether being used in a local cafe, conference room or on the user's main desktop, CoolSense automatically adapts to the local environment to maximize user comfort.

What's more, Folio 13 is designed to take full advantage of the touch capabilities featured in Microsoft Relevant Products/Services's Windows Relevant Products/Services 7 operating system. "The HP imagepad supports 1, 2, and 3 finger gestures, providing precise and improved gesture responsiveness," the company said Wednesday. (continued...)

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