Summary: The HP Folio 13 is a model belonging to the family of ultrabook, so it’s thin and extremely portable. Dedicated to professionals is distinguished by its quick start, for the functions of data protection to the HDMI input and the considerable autonomy.
Summary: Picking the right laptop isn't an easy choice, especially if you are ordering online. It's my job as a reviewer to point out the flaws in the product and it's not always an easy job. Thankfully, the HP Folio 13 hasn't provided any serious issues to report to you.
Excerpt: While HP’s Folio 13 is sized similarly to the other ultrabooks we’ve tested, sporting a 13.3‑inch screen and measuring 12.54x8.67x.7 inches, it’s a bit heavier than the others, but not by much.
Pros: Nice build; good port selection; strong battery life; low entry price.
Cons: Better performance can be had for the price; TN screen quality, and not very bright.
Summary: The HP Folio 13-1020us was unveiled this past January. Many a months have since passed, without negative effects on this laptop. Which fully deserves all the Editors’ Choice awards it can get from any blog, forum, online magazine and so on.
Conclusion: Of the ultrabooks I've tested so far, the ones I've personally liked the best have been the Dell XPS 13 and this one, the HP Folio 13. Both have fairly good keyboards and both deviate from the norm a little bit, displaying some ingenuity and thought in their designs.
Conclusion: The Folio 13 is a good showing for HP, combining solid value, admirable build quality and excellent longevity into a package that's only slightly bigger than other Ultrabooks. If you're looking for an ultrabook that won't have you scrambling for a power outlet, this is pretty much your only option...