HP ProBook

HP announced their new laptops collection – HP ProBook. The new series is intended for the business section and includes the HP ProBook 600 and HP ProBook 400 series. The notebooks equipped with the brand new Intel’s 11th generation processor – “Tiger Lake” which come with a new build-In graphic card called “Intel Xe”.

The displays of the notebooks will be on 3 different sizes – 13.3, 14 and 15.6 inch screen. For the 14-inch and 15.6-inch models, the customers can upgrade the GPU to Nvidia GeForce MX450 graphic card.

The main different between 400 and 600 series is the RAM max size that the notebook have – 32GB for the 400 and 64GB for the 600 series.

All laptops can be upgraded to Intel Core i7 1165G7 processor and 1TB SSD storage.

Source – HP

In addition to HP ProBook 400 and HP ProBook 600 series, HP presented a premium laptop which will be called HP ProBook 635 Aero G7. This notebook will be equipped with Ryzen 4000 or Ryzen 4000 Pro processor from AMD.

The ProBook 635 Aero G7 will have 13.3-inch Full HD screen, will weight less than 1kg, the RAM can be upgraded up to 32GB and the storage can be upgraded up to 1TB SSD.

Source – HP

The new notebook will be able to available for sell starting November.

Prices –

  • HP ProBook 635 Aero G7 price will start $1170
  • HP ProBook 400 G8 series price will start from $729
  • HP ProBook 600 G8 series price will start from $1169

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