The Elite Dragonfly notebook represents HP’s premium segment. The new with the G3 end adds some interesting features, and we were curious about the performance of the 12th generation Core processor. Ear markings row That is, with performance that isn’t quite amazing, but offers interesting endurance.
HP Elite Dragonfly G3 6T1N2EA
Core i7-1255U ● Iris Xe ● 16 GB DDR5 ● 13,5″ 1920×1280 IPS glossy (jas 344 nits, dE 2,06) ● 512 GB, dE 2,06) ● 512 GB, USB, USB 30, audio , under USB 30 2. GB, bold-CMI ● slot ● Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, 5G/LTE ● 68 Wh ● 29,6 × 22 × 1,6 cm ● 1,14 kg
The Dragonfly G3 makes a very seamless impression on the surroundings. The matte, dark blue design complements the beautifully rounded edges, and the laptop rolls gracefully in your hands even when it’s switched off and closed. It’s also helped by being a little over a kilogram lighter. Apparently HP tried to hit a nice US figure of 2.5lbs, luckily it didn’t go below 1kg, still room for usable components, cooling and a reasonably sized battery.
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