HP launched a new PC called Elite One 1000 on Sept. 14, 2017. The primary highlight of the device is that it's a multi-purpose, all-in-one PC. Users can even replace the screen.

Elite One 1000 is wedge-shaped and offers an abundance of storage and networking options. The device falls in the top-end laptop market segment.

Display features of the laptop

As pointed out by The Verge, it is very difficult to replace a device’s screen. If it were to suffer damage, then one would have to spend lots of money and replace it using the original component by the same company.

The same doesn’t apply to HP’s Elite One 1000. Its internals is designed in such a manner that users can upgrade its display without facing many difficulties.

For example, users can opt for a 23.8-inch 1080 pixels resolution display or a 34-inch curved-edge WQHD display among a variety of other options. Individuals can choose one from a collection of three “interchangeable” display options. There are also limitations with this product. For instance, one can’t upgrade its processor or Graphics Card. In comparison, its competitors like Dell’s all-in-one laptops offer the freedom to change its graphics card.

According to HP, the flexibility that they are offering will suffice the requirements of IT professionals, who they are primarily targeting.

HP also took the wraps off two other laptops aimed towards the business sections called, “EliteBook x360 1020,” and “EliteBook 1040.”

Specs and price of the laptop

The EliteBook x360 1020 is a slightly thinner/lighter version of EliteBook 1040. The laptop features 13.8mm width and weighs merely 1.24kgs. Its display can be adjusted to a brightness of 700 nits.

With this, x360 beats Apple’s MacBook Pro which can only be adjusted to a brightness of up to 500 nits.

HP powers its latest lineup of the laptop with a quad-core H-series seventh-generation processors. This ensures the longevity of its battery life. Its processor comes across as quite a disappointment because the line-up was expected to pack the latest Intel Kaby Lake processor.

On the display front, the display packs slimmer-than-before bezels.

As far as the pricing is concerned, the laptop is expected to be available for $1,259. Its price will extend up to $1,379. The laptops will be available for sale towards the end of this month. Elite One (all-in-one) will probably be available in November.