Earlier this year, one of our loyal readers, Tomas Hlatky posted his in-depth review of the HP Folio 13 on computer hardware website PC.sk (I think the best description about PC.sk from me is that they’re the DPReview of computers in Slovakia). His review spans a whopping 13 pages long and extensively covers hardware and benchmarks, along with plenty of photos showing views of the HP Folio 13. Such an in-depth review should definitely be appreciated, so if you don’t know Slovak, Google has a handy and very nicely translated version of Tomas’ HP Folio 13 review.
I’m not a spoilers type of person so I’ll leave discovering the Folio 13 to you. However, it’s interesting that he concludes the review with a mention that the HP Folio 13 is more of a consumer ultrabook. It lacks a couple of things that business users will appreciate, notably a fingerprint reader, HP ProtectTools and a higher resolution display. We think that HP has addressed this with today’s launch of the new business-class HP EliteBook Folio 9470m but we’ll find out once the EliteBook Folio review rolls out.