Three Reasons Why HP’s New Windows 8 EliteBook Revolve Makes Macbook Air Feel “Claustrophobic”

CNET’s Brooke Crothers says that while the MacBook Air is a wonderful design, it’s not perfect, and that none other than mainstream HP offers some compelling reasons to consider a Windows 8 laptop, with HP’s 3-pound HP EliteBook Revolve business ultrabook “convertible” laptop offered with a swivel touchscreen, 4G/LTE as an option, and a well-appointed docking station that offers every port under the sun, thus providing a range of ports typically found only on desktops.

Crothers likes his MacBook, “a lot” he says, but concedes that its limitations can feel claustrophobic by times, especially when compared with some of the emerging Windows 8 competition.

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