HP has updated its EliteBook x360 1030 convertible PC designed for demanding consumers, business users, enterprises, and government agencies. The new EliteBook x360 1030 G4 systems come in the same aluminum enclosures as their 1030 G3 predecessors, but they pack Intel’s latest codenamed Whiskey Lake CPUs, new display panel options, the latest wireless interconnections, and promise a longer battery life. The EliteBook x360 1030 G4 — HP’s fourth-generation flagship 13.3-inch convertible — comes in the same CNC-machined aluminum unibody as its third-generation predecessor, which is 15.8 mm thick and weighs 1.27 kilograms. The weight and dimensions are among the lightest and most compact in the industry for 13.3-inch convertibles. Furthermore, due to very thin display bezels, HP says that its latest EliteBook x360 1030 machines resemble 12-inch class notebooks. Speaking of displays, it is noteworthy that HP offers slightly different LCD options for the new fourth-generation models (see the table below for exact specifications). The flagship models are outfitted with a glossy Ultra-HD (3840×2160) screen. For those who need very high brightness to work comfortably outdoors, HP offers ...