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Once you get your hands on the touch-screen devices, there’s practically no looking back for you. From flickering through photos, to navigating your way through maps, to zooming in and out of text, things are way easier and fun using the touch-based devices. That is why when Microsoft announced the launch of its Windows 8 operating system, every PC manufacturer, big and small, started deploying the new Windows platform across their new line of laptops, desktops, tablets, hybrids, and smartphones. The adaptation of Windows 8 OS was so rapid that HP, one of the largest and most popular manufacturers of desktops and laptops, even refused to provide technical support to people who wish to downgrade their systems to Windows 7.
HP has yet again come forward to support Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system, offering some pretty good reasons to consider Windows 8 devices over the rest, even the MacBook Pro. Not to forget that HP has recently unveiled the launch of its Windows-8 powered HP EliteBook Revolve.
Let’s take a look at the top three features that are embodied in Windows 8-powered EliteBook Revolve but are missing in MacBook:
Built-in connectivity to the cloud
If your work involves effective sharing of information beyond the walls of your office to partners and suppliers, then leveraging Windows 8 in-built connectivity to the cloud is ideal for you, due to easier connectivity to Windows Azure and other cloud-based providers. Moreover, HP EliteBook Revolve offers built-in 4G LTE or HSPA+ for quick and easy connectivity. On the other hand, MacBook still leverages on its Wi-Fi technology.
Built-in to offer a mobile-web environment, Windows-8 offer smoother transition from touch-enabled smartphones and tablets to desktops and laptops, making it easier for users to switch between different device platforms. Along with this, Windows 8 also offers faster startup through Hybrid boot mode and enhanced power management. This is especially beneficial for people who are always on the go.
The power of convertible
The HP’s EliteBook Revolve is a Windows 8-powered traditional convertible that can be easily switched from touch-friendly tablet mode to the keyboard-powered notebook mode. This makes the convertible a perfect fit for business users, offering them operational intelligence whether they are on business tours, meetings, office, or at home. Along with this, the EliteBook Revolve offers an optional digital pen that offers a handy option for filling forms and taking notes.
Have your own compelling reasons to opt for Windows 8 devices over the rest? Don’t forget to post them in the comments section below.
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