New HP EliteBook x360

11 months ago

The new HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 is a part of HP’s 2018 business grade equipment line. It’s HP’s smallest and lightest laptop yet, it is packed with features making it the perfect laptop for working on-the-go.


Handy security features that are exclusive to HP laptops:

  • Gen2 integrated privacy screen. Allows your screen becomes unreadable to those around you whilst still allowing you to view your content clearly.
  • Sure Start can automatically detect, stop, and recover from a BIOS attack with little to no interruption to user productivity.
  • Keep critical processes running, even if malware tries to shut them down with Sure Run.
  • HP Sure Recover enables you to quickly recover the operating system whenever needed.

The modern-day workplace is dynamic, and employees are always on the go. HP conducted global case studies to test the functionality of the new Elitebook in a range of workplaces. They found the laptop is ideal for employees working around different sites (home, workplace, on-site etc.). Key features such as the high-resolution screen, quick booting process (12-13 seconds) and four different modes (laptop, tablet, media and tent) were the excellent tool for presentations and meetings. The EliteBook x360 is a cost-effective solution for your business, it combines a range of modes into one sleek, lightweight device

Specs and features:

  • Rechargeable Active Pen for Tablet Mode note taking, and also notifies you if its left behind with a pen proximity alert.
  • Gorilla glass touchscreen with 4k support.
  • 8th gen Intel Core i5 or i7 processors.
  • Up to 17 hours of battery life.
  • Anti-glare screen.
  • Gigabit class 4G and LTE.
  • Up to 2TB of storage and 32GB of memory
  • Ability to switch between laptop, tablet, desktop mode.


The push towards a more mobile workforce has put pressure on leading manufacturers to respond. HP’s new EliteBook x360 1040 G5 is the perfect, versatile laptop for a dynamic workplace. It allows for a seamless transition between its various modes depending on where you’re working without being as restrictive and bulky as a traditional laptop.

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