HP’s new flock of Dragonfly laptops offer svelte power in Chrome, Windows flavors

HP's excellent Dragonfly label is back for another round, this time with a Chromebook twist

In 2020, PCWorld gave the original HP Elite Dragonfly our Editor's Choice award. Executive Editor Gordon Ung said the svelte laptop is thin, light, and beautiful, with a battery that won't quit. At CES 2022, HP is poised to make the Dragonfly label a new house brand, a la Dell's XPS or Lenovo's X1. The company is doing that with a revamped Windows laptop and a brand new convertible Chromebook design.

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