HP EliteBook 1020 G1 Special Edition Review: Hands On

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HP EliteBook 1020 G1 Special Edition

The EliteBook 1020 G1 Special Edition is one of the lightest business-class notebooks on the market, thanks to Intel's Core M processor, which enables the EliteBook Special Edition to cool itself without a spinning blade. Built with green carbon fiber, the Special Edition is pleasant to the touch and easily navigable. At 2.27lbs it bests the Dell XPS by .80lbs, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon by .90lbs and the Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus by a full pound.

However, in order to maintain the laptop's minimal weight, the Special Edition won't be touch-screen enabled. Other than a touchscreen, HP didn't skimp on any other display features. The Special Edition sports a 12.5-inch, 2560*1440 QHD display, which creates images whose colors are vibrant and deep, but perhaps not as hyper-realistic as some other units. For example: the aforementioned Samsung's resolution tops out at 3200 x 1800, as does the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro.

The Special Edition's premium keyboard will delight anyone who uses it. Not unlike the MacBook Pro, the Special Edition's keys are evenly spaced, perfectly heightened and sit atop an ergonomically appropriate touchpad.
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