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    HP EliteBook x360 G2

    The ultimate business convertible?
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    Re: HP EliteBook x360 G2

    "The core specification ticks the right boxes, yet it is the EliteBook's versatility that really impresses." which is followed by, "There's no room for Ethernet, nor is there a USB-to-Ethernet adapter in the bundle"

    Really?

    Years back we/I went crazy for Probooks and ELitebooks but, seeing as they just seemed to be tough machines with the bare minimum inside, as well as really poor screens, we moved on. This machine changes nothing. Shame really as I used to like HP. Also loved the Radiance screen on the HP Envy 13/15/17 before the screen supplier went bust. Another shame.

    Oems like HP and Toshiba should have gone under years ago as they're bringing hardly nothing new or actually exciting to the scene.

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    Re: HP EliteBook x360 G2

    I don't understand the point of these. What kind of business can afford to throw money at staff laptops like this? Surely a typical business laptop would just be a cheap 15.6" jobbie so that the in-house IT can take it apart easily to replace bits?

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    Re: HP EliteBook x360 G2

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    I don't understand the point of these. What kind of business can afford to throw money at staff laptops like this? Surely a typical business laptop would just be a cheap 15.6" jobbie so that the in-house IT can take it apart easily to replace bits?
    depends on size of business.. If we talking about corporation sized business then my guess is that it would cost them more to pay someone to take it apart than replace a new one. Also, usually I see lenovo laptops for typical office workers which don't cost much less, so... yeah they have money

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