Twisty HP EliteBook Revolve is both tablet and laptop

Yet another Windows convertible tablet arrives in the market. Should you care about HP's latest device for business users?
HP EliteBook Revolve

HP has unleashed its own twisting take on the Windows convertible tablet. Like rival Lenovo's ThinkPad Twist, the EliteBook Revolve converts between laptop and tablet forms by rotating its 11.6in screen. 

Weighing just 1.36kg, the Revolve is light for a notebook - thanks to a magnesium chassis. However, it doesn't fare as well when used as a tablet, though the optional pen does come in useful. 

At least you will be getting plenty of processing power from the Revolve. It has an Intel Core (unfortunately it's Ivy Bridge, and not the latest Haswell) chip and runs the full version of Windows 8 (Pro, not RT). 

Intended for the enterprise environment, the Revolve comes with additional security tools, including a TPM chip for data encryption. 

The EliteBook Revolve is available at $2,399 from HP's Online Store and other retail partners starting 24 June.