HP intros EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 business Ultrabook, refreshes its Revolve convertible with LTE

Additionally, HP announced a new Classmate PC, dubbed the Classmate 10. Given that the Classmate program is an Intel initiative, it of course runs an Intel processor (the new Celeron N2000 series, in this case) as well as Intel's suite of education software. As for the design, well, it looks a heckuva lot sleeker than the Classmate netbook HP came out with just three years ago. This little guy will ship sometime in January, though HP isn't saying yet how much it'll cost.

Last, in addition to those laptops, HP also announced a monitor to go with them, the EliteDisplay S230tm. In short, as you may have guessed, it's a 23-inch display, one that can be pushed down to lie at a near-flat 15-degree angle. The 1,920 x 1,080 resolution might seem skimpy to some power users, but IT departments buying these in bulk will appreciate that it has an anti-glare matte finish, which should hold up well under harsh office lighting. It's also VESA-mountable, and includes outputs for DisplayPort and DVI-D. It will ship on January 6th during the Consumer Electronics Show, ironically enough, with an MSRP of $359.