At the CES 2020 show, HP unveiled the new Elite Toy G2. Although there has been no change in the design, HP has made some major internal upgrades. First, HP adopted Intel’s latest 10th-generation Core vPro processor, and added support for 5G networks by equipping qualcomm SnapDragonX55 distribution modules based on previous generation support for 4G LTE.
It also means that the TopeG G2 is the world’s first business transformer to support 5G networks. However, HP has promised to add 5G network support to other carriers later this year, after supporting sprint-only 5G networks in the early days of the launch.
The Topey G2 is also the world’s first notebook with tile, the industry’s leading Bluetooth tracking technology. By integrating Tile, you can easily know where your notebook is or lost there, and users can get proactive alerts when the device is left behind with the Tile Premium service.
HP offers consumers three screen choices:
Full HD WLED IPS 400 nits touchscreen
Full HD WLED IPS 1000 nits touchscreen with HP SureView privacy technology
4K WLED IPS 550 nits screen with 95%sRGB
HP says it also takes the sustainability of the device very seriously. More than 82% of all mechanical parts of the equipment are made of recycled materials. HP claims That Elite Toy is the world’s first laptop made of marine-combined plastic. That’s why the HP Elite Hotspot G2 is better than Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 and Apple MacBook Pro 13, HP says.
The Elite Dragonfly G2, which supports 5G and Intel’s 10th generation Core vPro processors, will go on sale this summer. HP Elite, which has the built-in Tile and HP Sure View Reflect, is expected to be available in February 2020. HP will announce the price as it approaches its release date.