HP launches the new EliteBook X360 1040 G5, defined as the world’s smallest rotatable display convertible. A result that leads to dimensions that are reduced by 10% compared to the previous model, thanks to frames reduced by 41% of the display and a 31% slimmer profile. All for a weight of about 1.35kg.
And despite these reductions in weight and size, the new EliteBook 1040 G5 maintains a full-size keyboard and eighth-generation Intel Core processors. The entire chassis is made of aluminum with a unibody design and resistance characteristics certified with MIL-SPEC tests.
The 4K display is obviously touchscreen and allows interaction with the fingers as well as through the appropriate pen that allows you to write and draw modulating the stretch thanks to the ability to recognize up to 4096 pressure levels. A display in an optional configuration offers a declared maximum brightness of 700 nits and an anti-glare finish that makes it perfect even for outdoor use under sunlight.
Among the most interesting features of this new EliteBook, we will find it in some configurations, the data connectivity, with a 4G LTE modem that should be the fastest among those currently available on such solutions.
From the hardware specifications point of view, as anticipated, we find an eighth-generation Intel Core processors, up to 2TB SSD storage, up to 32GB of RAM and a battery that can guarantee a usage time of up to 17 hours (data declared by HP).
HP EliteBook X360 1040 G5 will be available in the coming weeks, with a starting price of $1499.