Wednesday, December 5, 2012

HP EliteBook Revolve: an ultrabook with a "twist"

The HP EliteBook Revolve is a convertible tablet PC that incorporates the design of a super-slim ultrabook with a touch-based tablet PC. Just "twist" the display and fold it down to get a tablet PC. Imagine taking the HP EliteBook 2760p and slimming it down. That's certainly an oversimplification, but I know that many physicians have owned one of the 2700p series convertible tablet PCs at one time or another. I've personally gone through the 2730p and the 2760p (I never got to the 2710p or the 2740p).

I really appreciate the fact that the new EliteBook Revolve has a backlit keyboard. So many clinicians benefit from having this simple feature. Radiology reading rooms can be dark. Physicians who travel often work in dark airplanes. The older 2700p tablet PC series included a pop-out LED light at the top of the display that directed the light downward to the keyboard.

The HP EliteBook series represents their enterprise-level notebooks, ultrabooks, and tablet PCs. These devices come equipped with the highest level built-in security solutions to keep patient data safe and secure. The HP EliteBook Revolve will include:

  • Active Directory, domain join, PXE boot support and a range of HP Client Management solutions, allowing for secure deployment and effective fleet management.
  • HP Client Security to provide protection at every layer, including HP BIOS Protection and Microsoft Defender or Microsoft Security Essentials; an embedded, certified TPM security chip for data encryption; and four years of HP Absolute Data Protect to help further protect the device, data and user identity.

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