6 Things We Like, 3 Things We Don't About The HP Revolve 810 G1

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The Revolve has other shortcomings. It's pricey at $1,295 to start, its webcam supports only 720p, and the stereo speakers don't get very loud and distort badly when overdriven. But, it does include a 3-year warranty, and on the whole, the Revolve is a terrific machine. Its 1,366-x-786 10-point touch screen is bright and beautiful and driven by Intel HD Graphics 4000. It folds flat for writing with an optional stylus, and it swivels to let the unit double as a tablet. Revolve maxes out at 12 GB of RAM and a 256-GB SSD. It's serviceable by the end user or the reseller, and it's rated to take quite a licking. For field operations in construction, healthcare and other outdoor applications, the CRN Test Center recommends the Revolve 810 G1 from HP.

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