Review: HP Folio 13

Published by Marc Büchel on 08.05.12
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HP is one of the latecomers in the ultrabook market. Nevertheless the worlds largest PC manufacturer has an interesting alternative to the competitors models in its portfolio. With 1.49 kilogramm it isn't the lightest model available but therefore it comes with a unique and decent design.

Having the box of the Folio 13 stand in front of you, you might expect everything, but not an Ultrabook. The reason for that is simple: the box is quite big. As soon as we opened it we saw there was a lot of space and there was only a small power adpator in the delivery which makes the first experience even more strange. Next to the very slim Ultrabook itself one can almost place an entire arm and pretend there is no hardware in the box.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 7 - DirectX 9 / Image Manipulation / Importing Pictures
Page 2 - Preview Page 8 - Web browsing / Data decryption / Windows Defender
Page 3 - Specifications / Chassis Page 9 - Cinebench / WinRAR
Page 4 - Display / Keyboard Page 10 - Battery Eater / Power Consumption
Page 5 - Test Setup Page 11 - Noise Level / Temperature
Page 6 - Video Playback / Downscaling Transcoding / Storage Page 12 - Conclusion

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