The HP Elite Dragonfly; Made For The Modern Business Professional

With the world becoming increasingly mobile, so have laptops. However, even in this day and age, companies are often left having to sacrifice performance for portability and vice versa.

Not HP though.

Understanding the latest trends in what people look for in a laptop, the company is focused on lightening the workloads of the modern professional.

Case in point. The HP Elite Dragonfly.

Built with the modern business professional in mind, the laptop easily meets the demands for a device that is not only a combination of light and durable but also always connected and secure.

Believe it or not, The HP Elite Dragonfly is a sub-1-kilogram ultralight, powerful business convertible that doesn’t ease up on battery life, offering up to 24.5-hours of battery life to support long hours away from an outlet. In spite of its lightweight build, the laptop is no pushover, with an 8th Gen Intel Core vPro processor under the hood offering users the best-for-business performance out there.

As if that’s not enough, the laptop offers the best viewing experience you can get on a 13-inch laptop with its outstanding 86 percent screen-to-body ratio. This not only makes for good viewing, but also allows the laptop to alternate between tablet and PC seamlessly.

Of course, security is important too and with features such as HP Sure Sense which defends against malware attacks on mobile workers and HP Sure Recover, which gets users back up and running anytime, anywhere among a slew of other security features you can rest assured your data is safe and sound.

That’s not the only thing HP is going light on. HP is also lightening its environment footprint. Sustainability is key to HP’s business model moving forward and as part of its sustainable impact strategy, HP continues to drive a more efficient, circular, and low-carbon economy. Its no wonder that the HP Elite Dragonfly is the world’s first business convertible made with ocean bound plastic.

The HP Elite Dragonfly comes in a commanding, Iridescent Dragonfly Blue and is now available in Malaysia starting at RM6,500. Head on over to HP’s official website for more info click here

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