[Specs, Info, and Prices] HP Elite Dragonfly Max – A tiny OMEN with professional features and a premium price tag

The price of this laptop will be a tough pill to swallow. Let’s just hope that its features will be enough for the consumers, otherwise, we don’t see someone shelling that much cash for a device. Still, you get a premium convertible built using quality materials, with the proper amount of security and stability. In addition to that, you get a name like Dragonfly, which is badass in and of itself.

Today we are giving you a quick overview of the HP Elite Dragonfly Max.

The HP Elite Dragonfly Max is available now with a starting price of $3,325.

HP Elite Dragonfly Max: Full Specs 


Being as the device costs north of three thousand dollars, you get the premium build quality that it deserves. Previous Dragonfly devices were made entirely from magnesium, so we don’t see why this one wouldn’t be as well. The shape of the body is very minimal, with the lid especially reminding us a lot of the OMEN 15, another minimal and good-looking HP laptop. The lid has a glossy HP logo, which consists of four stripes, resembling the letters H&P. On the base, we see two speaker grills on the left and right sides, along with a minimal keyboard with a backlight. In terms of weight and height, the laptop is pretty lightweight, standing at 1.12 kg and 16 mm, respectively.


We have a single display option, which has a 13.3-inch diagonal and a Full HD resolution. It uses an IPS panel with touchscreen support. The panel has up to 1000 nits of brightness and is covered with Gorilla Glass 5, giving it a great degree of scratch and shatter resistance. It also comes with HP’s Sure View Reflect technology, which narrows the viewing angles, protecting the contents of the display from prying eyes.

Specifications and features

Last, but not least, we have to cover the specs. The laptop uses two Core i7 CPUs from the Tiger Lake G-series. The Core i7-1185G7, in particular, comes with Intel Evo certification, which promises increased stability and performance. If this is something that you don’t need, the Core i7-1165G7 is nearly identical in terms of its technical specifications, while costing less. On the other hand, you’re already shelling a lot of money, so might as well get the best possible device. At the end of the day, it is your choice, and it depends on what you plan to use the notebook for.

Both CPUs have the same integrated GPU, which has performed well in our tests inside other devices. It can handle daily tasks, while also offering you the ability to play some games on it, like League of Legends, CS:GO, and DOTA 2 to name a few.

The laptop has a total of four microphones, with two aimed at you, and two aimed at the surroundings, allowing the laptop to use AI to cancel some of the coming noise. The speaker setup here is tuned by Bang & Olufsen, which has a deep working relationship with HP. The setup has four speakers, with two on the front, and two on the bottom.

All HP Elite Dragonfly Max configurations:

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