HP allegedly working on a Rockchip-powered notebook
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HP currently focuses on the Windows platform, although they also have a few Chromebooks on the market as well. However, it looks like a first Remix OS-driven notebook might soon hit the market. Even more, this portable was apparently spotted in Hong Kong and is powered by a Rockchip processor.
Notebook Italia spotted the pre-production version of the HP EliteBook-branded notebook with Remix OS on board earlier this week, during the Hong Kong Global Sources Fair trade show. Its highlights include a full HD 12.5-inch display, the hexa-core Rockchip RK3399 processor with Mali-T864 graphics, 4 GB RAM, and 64 GB internal storage.
This portable has not been confirmed by HP yet, but it looks like an EliteBook and a Rockchip representative also calls it this way in the video below, so we only need to wait for its official unveil now. According to Rockchip, this notebook is scheduled to hit the market soon carrying "a big brand's name on it."
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