There isn't much to tell about the EliteBook revolve convertible laptop, even though HP decided it was interesting enough to reveal ahead of the 2013 edition of CES (Consumer Electronics Show).
The notebook has a rotating hinge, like many other laptops with 360-degree screen rotations.
The product has an 11.6-inch LCD with gorilla Glass protection and touch support, also like many other notebooks.
HP EliteBook Revolve
has a hardware setup built around an Intel Core i5/Core i7 CPU, with WWAN, USB 3.0, DisplayPort, an SSD of up to 256 GB, etc. Again, no different from most other laptops.
The only really odd thing, though still not unheard of, is the full-sized backlit keyboard with optional pen.
The 720p HD4 camera is a nice touch too (good for videoconferencing).
HP's EliteBook Revolve will be launched and priced soon. It will run Windows 7 or Windows 8 (Pro).