HP EliteBook Folio review: chasing the MacBook
HP designed the HP EliteBook Revolve primarily for business use and as such, all the necessary software to get you up and going is included so you won't need to spend hours and hours installing software and applications. The EliteBook Revolve has an attractive, silver-and-black body made from brushed aluminum and magnesium. This translates into a durable and rugged yet sleek tablet PC. It can even withstand several drops from up to 30 inches. There is also a rubberized portion on the bottom of the keyboard and a coarse thumb patch on the display's back panel to enable easy gripping.
Other features of the HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 Tablet include NFC (which didn’t work with our Samsung Galaxy S4 in our tests), Bluetooth 4.0 (which was useful for streaming music to our Bluetooth-enabled Rotel amplifier), TPM 1.2, a vPro chipset, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi signal was erratic when connected to our Belkin AC1800 router using the 5GHz band, with average transfer rates being 20MBps. The same Wi-Fi module in the HP Spectre 13 Pro, when connected to the same router and using the same network environment, recorded a much better 38MBps.