CES 2022 | HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook and Dragonfly Chromebook Enterprise convertibles are the first to use 12th gen Intel vPro, advanced collaboration, and haptic touchpad features
During its CES 2022 presentation, HP unveiled a bevy of EliteBook and Elite x360 offerings featuring 12th gen Alder Lake CPUs. Alongside these devices, HP also introduced the Elite Dragonfly Chromebook and its enterprise variant, the Dragonfly Chromebook Enterprise. HP claims that the Dragonfly Chromebook boasts of many firsts in the Chromebook niche.
HP touts the Dragonfly Chromebook to be the most advanced business Chromebook for video collaboration with a 5 MP MiPi webcam with a wide FoV, edge mics, quad-stereo speakers, and AI-enhanced audio and video. The Dragonfly Chromebook also is the first such device to offer a haptic trackpad and is also the first Chromebook to offer Intel Alder Lake vPro processors. Both the Dragonfly Chromebook and the Dragonfly Chromebook Enterprise are Intel Evo-certified.
These Chromebooks offer several 13.5-inch display choices including 1920x1280 and 2256x1504 options (refer spec sheet below) that support Wacom Touch or the HP Rechargeable USI Pen G2. Buyers can configure the Dragonfly Chromebook with up to a 512 GB SSD and up to 32 GB of LPDDR4x memory.
The Dragonfly Chromebook Enterprise edition also offers Chrome Enterprise Upgrade in addition to other security features such as HP Privacy Camera and an optional Sure View privacy screen. Both the Chromebooks offer Wi-Fi 6E while 4G/5G dual-antenna Intel WWAN can also be configured during checkout. A 51 Whr battery that can be charged to up to 90% in 90 minutes powers the internals.
The HP Dragonfly Chromebook and Dragonfly Chromebook Enterprise are expected to be available from April. Prices will be revealed closer to availability.
HP Press Release