The sides of the laptop have a glossy sheen, while the hinge is stylishly cut outward and has an EliteBook logo in the center. When I folded it into tablet mode, I noticed that the lip of the laptop actually has magnets that connect to the underside, so working in tablet mode feels more comfortable and stable.
The interior of the laptop is tight and compact, sporting a backlit keyboard with two Bang & Olufsen speaker vents on either side of it. There’s a decent-sized touchpad with a fingerprint reader just to the right of it. The bezels on the display are also relatively thin.
At 2.8 pounds and 12 x 8.1 x 0.6 inches, the EliteBook x360 is one of the lightest premium laptops among its competitors. The Dell XPS 13 9370 (2018) is slightly lighter and thinner, at 2.7 pounds and 0.5 inches, while the Lenovo Yoga C930 (3.1 pounds, 0.6 inches) and Apple MacBook Pro 13 inch (3 pounds, 0.6 inches) are on the heavier side.
|Processor Type||8th Generation Core i7-8550u Quadcore Processor (4 Cores – 8 Threads)|
|Processor Speed||1.8 GHz Turbo Boost 4.0 (8 MB Cache|
|Installed RAM||16 GB|
|Type of memory||GB LPDDR3-2133 SDRAM|
|Hard drive size||–|
|Hard drive speed||–|
|Type of optical drive||–|
|SSD||512 GB SSD|
|Type of Hard drive||M.2 PCIe NVMe TLC SSD|
|Graphics memory||Intel® UHD Graphics 620|
|Type of graphics memory||Shared|
|Screen size||13.3″ diagonal FHD IPS x360 Convertible Touchscreen LED|
|Screen surface||13.3″ diagonal FHD IPS x360 Convertible Touchscreen LED|
|Weight||Starting at 2.76 lbs.|
|Type||802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2×2) Wi-Fi|
|Operating system (Primary)||Genuine Windows 10 Pro|
|Warranty||03 Years Local|