HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook Price in Singapore & Specifications

HP’s Elite Dragonfly Notebook is a Windows 10 Home laptop that features a Intel Core i3 that’s rated at 1.6GHz. For graphics processing, it’s powered by a Intel graphics card that shows 1920 x 1080pixels display. It has a SSD, weighs at only 2.2kg and made from Aluminium. The laptop comes with 2 Years.
HP’s Elite Dragonfly Notebook is a Windows 10 Home laptop that features a Intel Core i3 that’s rated at 1.6GHz. For graphics processing, it’s powered by a Intel graphics card that shows 1920 x 1080pixels display. It has a SSD, weighs at only 2.2kg and made from Aluminium. The laptop comes with 2 Years.
Screen Size

13"

OS

Windows 10 Home

Weight

2.2kg

CPU Speed

1.6GHz

Recommended at NewEgg
S$ 2,052.99
S$ 3,614.68

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Cheapest HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook Price in Singapore is S$ 2,052.99

The HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook is now available in Singapore. The cheapest HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook price in Singapore is S$ 2,052.99 from NewEgg. HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook price details are updated December 2020.

HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook Specs

Display
Screen Size 13"
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Platform
OS Windows 10 Home
CPU Speed 1.6GHz
CPU Intel Core i3
Design
Weight 2.2kg
Body Material Aluminium
Storage
Storage Type SSD
Storage 0.128GB
Graphics
Graphic Card Intel
Connector Ports
HDMI Yes
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Type-C Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
USB Yes
Memory
RAM 16GB
Features
Touch Screen Yes
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Packaging Data
Warranty 2 Years
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reviews of HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2020-03-03
Attractive design, Topnotch build quality, Excellent battery life, Pivacy filter and webcam shutter, Support for WiFi 6, LTE connectivity
Outdated 8th gen processor, Highly reflective display, Bezels are a little thick, Pricey
The HP Elite Dragonfly is probably one of the best-looking business notebooks I've seen. It doesn't even look particularly like one, sporting a deep cerulean blue finish that's absolutely gorgeous. The magnesium alloy chassis is slim and light, boasting a...
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thetechrevolutionist.com
Reviewed on 2020-01-30
The Elite Dragonfly is one of the latest additions to the HP business notebook lineup. With a focus on versatility, portability and performance, the brand aims to provide an excellent user experience to business professionals without compromising on secur...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2020-01-03
If you looked at the HP Elite Dragonfly for the first time, you might mistake it for just another thin and light laptop. You'd have missed out on so much.For starters, the Elite Dragonfly is a two-in-one convertible, which means you can flip around the...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-31
Chic premium business laptop, Chock-full of secure, business-friendly features, Outstanding, all-day battery life, Excellent connectivity options,
An 8th instead of 10th-generation Intel processor, Screen is very reflective even with privacy filter disabled
The HP Elite Dragonfly is, by far, the best-looking business notebook I have seen.Clad in an iridescent blue finish instead of the usual silver or black, it looks like something from HP's premium Spectre notebook series.Equally impressive is its prist...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-31
The HP Elite Dragonfly is, by far, the best-looking business notebook I have seen.Clad in an iridescent blue finish instead of the usual silver or black, it looks like something from HP's premium Spectre notebook series. Equally impressive was its prist...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2019-09-19
2019 has been a big year of advancements for notebooks as a whole - dual display notebooks, powerful desktop-like performance on a notebook, ultra-thin and ultraportable notebooks finally striking the right balance of power and battery life for the much n...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2019-09-18
If you're looking for a convertible laptop that doubles up as a tablet on the go, HP now has a new offering that offers the flexibility at a light weight of under 1kg.The Elite Dragonfly, touted as the lightest compact business convertible notebook, wei...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2020-05-09
Sure View Reflect screen, Tile tracker works, Exceptional keyboard, 11-hour battery life
Expensive, Screen is quite glossy in privacy mode, Last-generation processors
L ast Last year's HP Elite Dragonfly was perhaps the nicest business laptop we've ever tested. This year's Elite Dragonfly is almost identical to that machine, which is fine because, again, the HP Elite Dragonfly was exceptional in just about every way. T...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2020-05-09
HP's Elite Dragonfly is an excellent convertible PC. I know this because I reviewed one just a few months ago in December. Essentially, it takes the EliteBook x360 1030 and packs it into a magnesium chassis, making it much lighter. It still has its best-...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2020-04-06
high-quality and lightweight case, Wi-Fi 6 & LTE, very good keyboard, comprehensive service and warranty options, comprehensive security features, USB-A, USB-C and HDMI, long battery runtime, good speakers, Active Pen included
low CPU performance, fan spins up quickly (but is quiet), bad webcam, glossy screen is a problem outdoors, SSD with Optane storage is not convincing, no (micro) SD reader, limited maintainability
A real EliteBook? HP introduced the Elite Dragonfly as a convertible with a weight of under 1 kg. But is the light business convertible really a full-fledged EliteBook, or is it a reduced version that is primarily supposed to look good on a desk? We revie...
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windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-09
Gorgeous design and craftsmanship, Excellent port selection, Lots of features and configuration options, Outstanding audio and typing, Optional 4G LTE (soon 5G)
4G LTE modem is finicky, Battery life is just OK, Only 8th Gen Intel due to vPro, It gets warm, has a noisy fan
Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows CentralThe HP Elite Dragonfly was announced in late 2019 as a new Ultrabook built for the discerning business user who also wants an excellent all-around laptop. On paper, there's a lot to like about the Dragonfly because i...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-14
Slim, elegant yet robust industrial design, Webcam with IR and privacy shutter, Optional Sure View and 4K screens, Optional LTE mobile broadband, High-quality keyboard, Good performance for mainstream workloads, Good battery life
8th-generation Intel processors
HP's 13-inch Elite Dragonfly, announced last September, is among the first wave of premium laptops to fly under the banner of Intel's Project Athena, which aims to guide OEMs towards the delivery of advanced devices that align closely with users' needs...
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laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-05
Sub 1kg magnesium chassis, Outstanding battery life, PCIe x4 support, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports, An HP Pen inside the box, Input devices are on point, Great speakers, WiFi 6 and optional LTE support
RAM is soldered to the motherboard, Our unit had issues with Sure View, Premium price tag
Currently, it is the lightest laptop HP sells, at just under a kilogram. Even though the Whiskey Lake processors are not exactly on the bleeding edge of technology, anymore, you get plenty of stuff for your pretty money. One of the great features of this...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2020-01-30
The high end 2-in-1 notebook market is pretty crowded with entrants from Microsoft, Dell, Lenovo, HP, ASUS and others. As a result, it's pretty tough to make a convertible laptop that stands out from the rest. HP's doing its best, however, with its new E...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2020-01-27
Lightweight, Attractive design, Comfortable and quiet keyboard, Generous port offering for the size,
Middling performance, Battery life could be better
When HP launched the Elite Dragonfly, it made bold claims about this laptop being "lighter than air." Obviously, that's marketing hyperbole -- nothing tangible actually weighs less than air -- but the Elite Dragonfly is still pretty light. It comes in at...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2020-01-23
Lightweight, Long battery life, Enhanced security features
CPU performance lags behind others, Charging ports only on the right side of laptop, which can hinder mouse use, Some key functions force use of separate function key
The HP Elite Dragonfly is a corporate laptop made to please your manager—and isn't that the best way to get ahead in the working world? With a fingerprint-resistant finish, a beautiful cerulean magnesium body, and shoulder-friendly weight, the Elite Drago...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2020-01-06
Gorgeous, lightweight design, 10th Gen Intel CPU, Bright, vivid display, A host of security features
As I wrote last year, I was thoroughly impressed by the HP Elite Dragonfly, so much so that it earned 4.5 stars and an Editor's Choice award. But as taken as I was with the ultralight beauty I was none to pleased about it only having an 8th Gen Intel proc...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-23
Beautifu, eye-catching desig, Epic battery life (with optional upgrade, Bright and colorful scree, A strong set of of security option, Comfortable keyboard
Expensive
HP continues to liven up the business-class section of your nearest plane. It seems the copper and black Spectre laptops weren't enough, as the new HP Elite Dragonfly (starting at $1,629, and tested at $2,169) shocks the system with its elegant blue-magne...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2019-12-22
HP's Elite Dragonfly is a sort of successor to the last EliteBook x360 1030, not that it's discontinuing the EliteBook. This is a new product, rethinking what a business convertible can be. Rather than the standard aluminum, the Elite Dragonfly is made ou...
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gadgetnutz.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-16
This is a whole new look for the Elitebook line, and it starts at $1,549. Source: HP Elite Dragonfly Review: A Luxury Business Laptop | Ars Technica...
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