HP announced the HP Dragonfly Folio G3 today, which is another one of HP’s uniquely design folio tablets that can’t be detached from the folio cover.
With a launch price of $2379, you have the right to expect high specs.
But as HP itself says about this tablet slider, this one is for business not homework.
Central specs includes the typical option of either a 13.5-inch 1920 x 1280 resolution display, or a 3000 x 2000 resolution OLED display.
It’s brought to life by 12th gen. Intel Core processors, with up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and 2TB of storage.
The features are similar to the legacy of this range from HP.
It features additional privacy and security settings, like the HP Privacy Alert that uses the cameras to tell you if someone is watching over your shoulder. You can then enable SureView Reflect which takes to otherwise normal 178 degree viewing angles of an IPS display, and narrows the viewing angles down so that it blurs out the screen when the screen is viewed from the side.
But HP have added new features too like a lower run temperature if it senses that it’s in someone’s lap, or battery saving screen dimming when users step away for a short while.
And like a lot of other tablets these days it has extra emphasis on noise reduction and wide angle front cameras for those work related video calls, including a 100-degree field of view.
Naturally is also has digitizer support and a magnetic pen, and a long battery life of 14 hours.
The company says the new HP Dragonfly Folio G3 is available today already, but it’s not up at HP.com at the time of the writing.
– Tom Bowen