Business laptops typically reflect the corporate market they’re built for: They’re inoffensive and just a tad boring. But it doesn’t have to be this way. HP’s new EliteBook x360 G2 is proof that your work laptop should be no less sleek, comfortable or powerful than anything you would use at home. The laptop ($1,249 to start; $1,899 as tested) combines looks, performance (including a U-series Intel Core i7 CPU), a standout keyboard and a wide array of security features in a package that’s so sexy that no one will believe you actually got it from work.
HP’s winning streak with premium design continues with the EliteBook x360 G2, which is the most stunning business machine I’ve ever seen. The silver, aluminum unibody laptop uses the company’s modern logo found only on its top-of-the-line machines. Lifting the lid shows off the 13.3-inch, 1080p touch screen; backlit keyboard; and shiny, diamond cut around the touchpad and fingerprint reader.
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