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HP EliteBook Revolve G2 Tablet - " - Core i5 U - 4 GB RAM - GB SSD Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC - PCI Express Half Mini Card. Download the latest driver, firmware, and software for your HP EliteBook Revolve G2 is HP's official website to download drivers free of cost for. This package contains drivers for the Intel Wireless LAN adapters in the supported notebook models running a supported operating system.


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HP EliteBook 810 G2 Intel WLAN Driver

The right side of the Revolve also has a headset port and a microSD card slot.

HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 tablet (F6B48PA)

On the left side you can see the tablet controls, as well as the docking connector. This means that if you have a thick USB stick plugged in, and then you try to rotate the screen to get into tablet mode, you could end up hitting the USB stick.

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Some caution will be needed. You might have to unplug some devices before turning the screen. The rear is where the majority of the ports exist.

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You get a couple of USB 3. The cable lock slot also resides here. While the hinge that rotates the screen is a strong one overall, we found it to be a little too loose in its tilt mechanism. When we moved the laptop around, the screen would sometimes drop back on its own. In HP EliteBook 810 G2 Intel WLAN mode, a magnet keeps the screen planted firmly against the base.

We found it to be rich and reasonably bright. It can be a little thick and heavy as a tablet, but if you hold it from the end where the hinge is located, it should be reasonably comfortable. User comfort is good despite the notebook being such as small size. We found the keyboard to be easy to type on for long periods of time, while feeling only slightly cramped.

The touchpad gave more of a cramped feeling since it is only 91x47mm, though we adjusted to it in the end. It supports two-finger scrolling, three-finger HP EliteBook 810 G2 Intel WLAN, and you can use Windows 8 swipe-in gestures if you wish. You could use this notebook for prolonged typing sessions in an exceedingly quiet environment and not bother anyone at all. The only things we hate about the keyboard are the very small left- and right-arrow keys, as well as the small Function keys.

HP EliteBook 810 G2 Intel WLAN Windows

It was slower than the Carbon in the 3DMark Cloud Gate and Fire Strike tests, though, recording andrespectively, while the Carbon got and The Revolve G2 tipped our scales at 1. When oriented as a tablet, the thickness is about 22mm, but there is a lip at the top of the unit where the hinge is that makes it a little easier to hold than if you had to wrap your hand completely over the screen. There is a physical Windows Home key at the top of the screen, while the right side of the unit HP EliteBook 810 G2 Intel WLAN physical volume buttons and sliders for the power switch and auto-rotate toggle.

We like the use of spring-loaded sliders rather than regular buttons, mainly because it means they are not easy to trip by accident. All of the ports for this unit are located along the spine, which becomes the top when in a tablet orientation if you hold it the way it is intended.

This offers more USB 3. The right side of the Revolve also has a headset port and a microSD card slot. On the left side you can see the tablet controls, as well as the docking connector. This means that if you have a thick USB stick plugged in, and then HP EliteBook 810 G2 Intel WLAN try to rotate the screen to get into tablet mode, you could end up hitting the USB stick.

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Some caution will be needed. You might have to unplug some devices before turning the screen. The rear is where the majority of the ports exist.

You get a couple of USB 3. The cable lock slot also resides here. While the hinge that rotates the screen is a strong one overall, we found it to be a little too loose in its tilt mechanism.

When we moved the laptop around, the screen would sometimes drop back on its own. In tablet mode, a magnet keeps the screen planted firmly against the base. We found it to be rich and reasonably bright.

It can be a little thick and heavy as a tablet, but if you hold it from the end where the hinge is located, it should be reasonably comfortable. User comfort is good despite the notebook being such as small size.

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