Lightweight laptops are all the rage, and for obvious reasons, after all, who likes to haul around a backpack full of bricks, right? HP’s latest Dragonfly G4 is a new option in the category. Touted as lightweight and ultra-thin, this device tips the scales at 1kg. To get a fair idea, the new Apple MacBook Air (2023) weighs around 1.4kg and the LG Gram, known for its lightweight design, comes in at around 980gms.
The device is powered by the 13th generation Intel Core processor and Intel-integrated graphics. Plus, it can be equipped with up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 2TB of M.2 PCIe/NVMe Gen 4 SSD storage.
HP claims it's the world's first business notebook to rock Multi-camera tech, allowing you to use two cameras simultaneously. With HP Auto Frame, the camera will follow your movements, so you can move freely and still be seen on video calls. This laptop is also equipped with HP Dynamic Voice Leveling, which automatically fine-tunes the microphone gain for clear voice within a 3-meter range. So the next time you have an important call, just pace around.
The device boasts a 13.5in OLED panel, complete with a high-definition WUXGA+ screen resolution, 1000 nits brightness and a 90% screen-to-body. Running on Microsoft Windows 11 Pro, this laptop comes equipped with HP Fast Charge, ensuring quick battery charging when you're on the move.
Connectivity-wise, it's packed with Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3, plus you can also opt for 4G or 5G cellular connectivity using a nano SIM card. It's got two Thunderbolt USB4 Type-C ports and a USB Type-A port, HDMI 2.1 and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The HP Dragonfly G4 series starts at a base price of ₹2,20,000 for the non-touchscreen variant. The price for the touchscreen variant has not been disclosed yet by the brand. So, if you're looking to get your hands on the touch-enabled version, just stay tuned with us!