With mobility, flexibility and collaboration driving forces of the modern office, having technology that can support these outcomes is integral. By 2020, 50% of employees will work remotely[1] and need the appropriate tools and infrastructure to do their jobs.

HP’s latest device, the Elite Dragonfly x360 Laptop with an Intel® Core™ i7 vPro® processor, is perfect for the on-the-go worker. With an incredibly light design and four versatile modes, it supports mobility and key attributes of the modern workplace.

At SXiQ, we’ve broken down the different elements of HP’s latest device and the ways it can facilitate your transition into the office of the future.

 

Mobility

Weighing in at just under 1kg, the Dragonfly’s sleek and compact design makes it easy to transport anywhere, at any time. Built with durability in mind, the device is made from a single piece of magnesium alloy with touch screen capability. Its light nature empowers employees to work remotely without the restriction of a physical office space.

 

Security

As HP’s most secure and manageable PC, the Elite Dragonfly has a suite of in-built security features designed to combat cyber threats, with always-on, always-acting resilient defence.  With an integrated privacy screen, employees can enjoy working from any location without the risk of prying eyes using HP Sure View.

 

Versatility

With four versatile modes, employees can utilise the Elite Dragonfly in a variety of professional settings.

  • Laptop – Get work done with a compact, lightweight device.
  • Tablet – Take notes and document meetings with touch screen capacity.
  • Tent – With a foldable screen, employees can present information to new clients and co-workers.
  • Media – Watch videos and presentations with a high-resolution screen.

 

Sustainable

Dragonfly is HP’s most sustainable laptop, using water-based paint as opposed to lead-based and is also the world’s first laptop made with ocean-bound plastic material. With up to 50% recycled plastic material used in the keycaps, and no metal components within the keyboard array, with rubber and plastic used instead.

The HP Elite Dragonfly is the perfect device to integrate into your work environment, giving employees the flexibility they need to excel within their roles. If you’re interested in learning more about this comprehensive device, don’t hesitate to contact a friendly SXiQ representative today.

 

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[1] Workplace 2020, HP, page 8, https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/getpdf.aspx/4AA7-1525EEE

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