Travel light at full power with an Ultrabook from HP. You’ll get a powerful Intel® Core™ processor and outstanding battery life to keep going all day, plus media features great for videoconferences and web-based training. You’ll also find excellent connectivity and security features. Keep reading to learn more and see if HP Ultrabooks are a good option for your business.
What are Ultrabooks?
Ultrabooks from HP include all of the following features for a smooth, no-hassle mobile experience:
Long battery life—Work without interruption.
Sleek design—Show off your style without sacrificing substance on HP’s thinnest EliteBooks yet.
Processor power—Pack a punch with 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors.
Ready in seconds—Get up and running quickly with flash cache technology and a solid-state drive. 1
Multiple ports—Connect in more ways without compromising size with HDMI, Ethernet and multiple USB ports.
Smart security—Rest assured that private information will stay that way with preinstalled anti-theft and identity protection technology. 2
How can they help my business?
The specific requirements for an Ultrabook listed above mean that they take mobile computing to a whole new level. If your employees are often on the road or working remotely, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better solution for all of their needs away from the office.
An Ultrabook is often considered the happy medium between tablets and desktops—you get the extreme portability of a lightweight tablet plus all of the power and convenience of a full-fledged PC. Because of this, you can stay connected in your office, in the boardroom or on the other side of the world, without sacrificing productivity. And with today’s increasingly mobile workforce, many businesses consider this benefit to be invaluable.
Which one best fits my needs?
There are several things to consider when deciding which Ultrabook is the best fit for your business.
Size—While Ultrabook devices all have a slim design, there is a range when it comes to displays and resolution. When figuring out what you need, consider screen size, thickness and weight. Do you find yourself squinting at laptop screens? Will you be lugging this computer all over the country? If you can, go to a store and handle the various Ultrabook devices in person to see which one feels right to you.
Hardware—All HP Ultrabook devices have a 3rd generation Intel Core processor, so you’ll get power no matter which one you choose. When it comes to storage, think about how much you will actually need to store on the computer and then decide between a solid-state drive (SSD) or flash cache technology. Most models also include Intel Rapid Start technology so you can get going in seconds whenever inspiration strikes.
Connectivity—It’s also important to think about how you like to connect to the internet, external drives, printers, etc. All HP Ultrabook devices have USB ports, and some models also include VGA ports for connecting monitors and Ethernet ports for access to a network.
Find the right HP Ultrabook for your business
Check out the HP Ultrabook family, which offers a variety of devices to meet your mobile business needs:
The HP EliteBook Folio Ultrabook is designed specifically for business use. It's extremely portable and durable, and comes with a secondary battery for double run time.
The HP SpectreXT Pro Ultrabook comes with Windows® Professional and security features, plus HP Beats Audio™ and a TrueVision HD webcam for Skyping with colleagues.
The HP ENVY Pro Ultrabook will maximize your multimedia experience with stunning graphics and audio quality, plus a full-sized keyboard and 14-inch diagonal display.
1 Requires a compatible Intel® Core processor, Intel® Rapid Start software and BIOS update, and optional Solid State Drive (SSD) or mSATA flash cache module. Depending on system configuration, results may vary. 2 Intel IPT security requires separately purchased Symantec VIP software service subscription and must be activated and configured. Requires a website that uses Symantec VIP Authentic Service. Requires Microsoft® Windows and a system with vPro or any Ultrabook. Intel® and HP assume no liability for lost or stolen data and/or systems or any other damages resulting therefrom.
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