The new HP Elite Dragonfly G2 has been unveiled and it has some new features for all the digital nomads out there.
These days, a lot of people are working remotely, and laptop manufacturers have already tuned in to it. However, it's not just about portability and long battery life anymore. HP has taken that to another level by developing the world's first laptop with a built-in tile tracker.
If you haven't lived under a rock, the tile tracker is a Bluetooth beacon that you can attach to your valuables - wallets, keys, phones - so if you ever lose or have them stolen, you'll find them with the tile applications and communities of tiled users.
Как Volume hardware reported, HP teamed up with the tile team to develop such an integrated tile tracker along with a new tile app that can be downloaded from the Windows store. The best part is that it stays on even if your laptop runs out of power. So if you're lucky enough to leave your Dragonfly G2 HP Elites somewhere, or worse, get stolen, you have a better chance of getting it back.
Other features remote workers will appreciate
An integrated tracker tile isn't the only feature the new HP Dragonfly G2 elite business notebook boasts. It also comes with an updated confident privacy screen so you can work on a plane or train without worrying about who's snooping on your business. This privacy bar makes your screen look like a mirror when someone is viewing it from certain angles, so your nosy neighbors won't see you're working.
In addition, you can also choose to have your X55 LTE+5G modem enabled (an update from the G1's LTE), so you can stay connected while on the go, though this option won't be available until sometime in the summer of 2020 together with Intel 10th generation processor features.
HP is even more detailed to share information, but along the edge, The new 1TB and 2TB storage options will be on hand. For HP, the elite Dragonfly G2 will start at $1,599 and will be available for purchase at the end of January.