Posted by: rayadmin on Jan 12, 2012
The incredibly thin, super light addition to HP's line of products.
Get the best of both worlds with the HP Folio that combines the good looks that consumers want with the business features that professionals need, including up to 9 hours of battery life.
Best-in-class battery life
The HP Folio presents a sleek notebook with best-in-class battery life of up to 9 hours. The 6-cell Li-Ion (59WHr) battery allows this notebook to stay powered for a full day’s work.
Thin and light for mobile professionals
Boasting an eye-catching design at an amazing 0.70-inch (18 mm) thin and a starting weight of only 3.3 lb (1.50 kg), professionals will easily carry this notebook to meetings and on business trips. Work in dark planes and other low-light environments using the 13.3-inch diagonal HD, BrightView display and the backlit keyboard.
An Ultrabook™ truly built for business
Handle demanding business projects, thanks to the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i5 dual-core processor3 and a 128 GB9 SSD. With Intel® Rapid Start Technology, your notebook automatically stores your most frequently used files and applications on a compact solid state drive so you can access them fast. Plus, the Windows® 7 Pro4 (64-bit) operating system is pre-installed on the HP Folio.
Built to protect
Security risks often increase with extensive travel. The HP Folio13 addresses this with a TPM Embedded Security Chip configuration and ownership capability. The result? The data on your PC is protected.
Built to last
A limited 1-year standard commercial warranty is available on the HP Folio or opt for the 3-year protection with optional Care Packs.
Connect to colleagues, accessories and the web
Whether you’re conferencing colleagues on the HP TrueVision HD2 webcam, listening to music or watching a video, you gain great sound with Dolby Advanced Audio™ v2.
Loaded with USB ports, an HDMI port, and a media card reader, you can share files and connect to HD displays without trading the laptop’s thin and light design. Stay connected to the web even if you're unable to connect via WLAN with the RJ-45 port that allows you to plug into the Ethernet.