The HP Elite Folio features Bang & Olufsen speakers and a private screen display

Introducing the HP Elite Folio—a laptop that''s suitable for avid gamers and remote workers. It's an advanced laptop that focuses on high performance, so you can have multiple websites and applications running at the same time. Continue reading to explore more of this laptop's highlights.

The HP Elite Folio features Bang & Olufsen speakers and a private screen display
HP Elite Folio in use

Sometimes you need more than one device: a laptop, smartphone, and tablet. But you don’t always have the capacity to store several gadgets in your office or take a handful with you for your commutes. Fortunately, the HP Elite Folio, recently announced at CES 2021, boasts a three-in-one design that replaces the need for a separate laptop, tablet, and phone. Perhaps another of its highlights is its compatibility with the Wacom touch pen, allowing you to write and take notes more easily. Overall, its array of features make it suitable for gamers and workers.

HP Elite Folio

HP Elite Folio in use

Utilizes high-performing tech specifications

The HP Elite Folio isn’t just a gimmick, it comes with high-performing specifications. This includes a Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G processor. But what does this mean to gadget novices? The processor features a large battery life of 24.5 hours, 5G and Wi-fi 6 connectivity speeds, and superior performance. In addition, it offers faster cellular speeds compared to the HP Spectre Folio. Therefore, you can say goodbye to your laptop unexpectedly switching off or becoming overwhelmed at launching several applications simultaneously.

Furthermore, this three-in-one design can be paired with up to 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of SSD storage. With these specifications, the HP Elite Folio suits gamers and professionals. In fact, it boasts enough capacity to achieve multiple tasks at once. Therefore, you don’t have to continually close tabs or applications.

HP Elite Folio

Various designs of HP Elite Folio

Features a 13.5-inch display and unique folding design

Sporting a 13.5-inch display, the HP Elite Folio‘s screen can cater for you when you’re in work and gaming mode. And the HP Sure View Reflect privacy panel prevents passersby from reading your screen—an ideal feature when using your laptop in a crowd-filled environment.

HP Elite Folio with Bang & Olufsen speakers

HP Elite Folio with Bang & Olufsen speakers

The Folio is built with a 13.5-inch display and a resolution of 1,920 x 1,280. It also features a pull-forward recycled magnesium unibody design for durability. In fact, it has a durability rating of MIL-STD 810H, and it even uses ocean-bound plastics in its speakers.

Also, with its built-in hinge, you can pull the screen towards you and prop it in front of your keyboard while you work. Alternatively, flip the display horizontally to use it as a tablet.

HP Elite Folio

HP Elite Folio stood up

Suitable for remote working with a wide field-of-view camera

The HP Elite Folio is great for remote or office working. It boasts a 76-degree field of view camera, which is wide enough to accommodate two people sitting in front of the laptop or to include your background, too. It’s also kitted with a dual-microphone for high-quality audio calls. This prevents your words from going unheard in online video calls. And with Bang & Olufsen speakers incorporated into the laptop, it’s a suitable device for gaming, video calls, and trolling Spotify.

Overall, the HP Elite Folio makes a great addition to remote working, but its privacy feature makes it desirable for working in a busy office or at a coffee shop. The company’s spill-resistant backlit keyboard provides the ultimate durability—which is ideal for days that just aren’t going your way.

What are your thoughts on this three-in-one laptop? Share your feedback in the comments to keep this conversation going.

Amy Poole is an Editor and Writer at Gadget Flow. When she's not indulged in everything gadget-related, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Rosie, and keeping fit.
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