The 820 G1 claims to be 35% thinner and 18% lighter than previous generations. The notebook has a 12-inch screen and weighs under 3 pounds aiming at business travelers looking for a light device to take on the road. The 840 G1 is an ultrabook with a 14-inch screen with optional touch capability designed specifically for Windows 8.
HP also promises that the 840 G1 has a battery life of up to 33 hours with equipped with the optional secondary Slice Battery. The last machine in the new 800 series is the 850 G1 with a large 15.6-inch display and it uses the latest generation Intel Architecture along with HP Client Security Portfolio. The EliteBook 800 series is available in the US right now starting at $799.
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