HP announces new EliteBook and ProBook laptops powered by Windows 10

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This week HP has announced two new devices which will be hitting the market soon. Both the announced devices will come with Windows 10 installed out of the box and will have new hardware as well.

HP EliteBook 700 Series

HP EliteBook 700 Series comes with an AMD Ryzen 3, 5, 7 processors and RAM up to 32 GB. Apart from that, the device carries storage up to 256 GB and has a 15.6-inch display. All three models will have integrated Vega graphics and an optional privacy camera with a shutter. HP also has added an infrared camera for Windows Hello and a privacy-focused feature which will make the screen unreadable for others. The HP EliteBook series will also have an optional Thunderbolt dock and support for optional 4G LTE category wireless broadband technology.

HP Elitebook 700 series will start at $999.

HP ProBook 645 G4 Notebook

HP ProBook 645 G4 Notebook comes with almost the same configurations as EliteBook 700 series. However, the device will have up to 1TB of storage with an M.2 SSD / up to 1TB of storage with a 7200rpm HDD. Also, HP ProBook is designed to pass military standard testing and has enterprise-grade security.

HP ProBook 645 G4 Notebook will start at $759.

Both the laptops will run Windows 10 Out of the box and will be available in May. HP hasn’t officially shared the availability information yet.

Source: Windows Blog

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