Friday, May 11th 2018

HP Announces New EliteBook 705 Series and HP ProBook 645 G4

HP has introduced the new HP EliteBook 705 series PCs and HP ProBook 645 G4. Designed for the modern professional on the go, the new HP EliteBook 705 series PCs offer enterprise-grade security and manageability, along with powerful collaboration features to keep business users connected. Powered by Windows 10 Pro and AMD Ryzen PRO Mobile Processors, users can stay productive all-day with long battery life and HP Fast Charge to charge 50 percent of your battery in just 30 minutes.
The new EliteBook 735 G5, EliteBook 745 G5, and EliteBook 755 G5 also feature:
  • Precision design: An ultra slim design and narrow bezel displays with optional extra-bright viewable screen and integrated ambient light sensor make it comfortable to work in almost any light condition.
  • Secure foundation: Self-healing, hardware-enforced, and manageable security helps protect the PCs, and the built-in HP Sure View privacy screen keeps business more secure.
  • Crystal-clear collaboration: Stay connected and make PC calls more productive with a world-facing, noise cancellation microphone and a collaboration keyboard to easily manage calls at the touch of a button.
With a new modern slim design, the HP ProBook 645, powered by AMD's Ryzen PRO processor, delivers a powerful performance, enterprise-grade security and manageability, and flexible configuration options. The precision-crafted design supports several docking options for easy transition, and is designed to pass MIL-STD 810G testing for durability. Protect the PC against the evolving malware threats of the future, with self-healing, hardware-enforced, and manageable security solutions.

Pricing and availability
  • The HP EliteBook 705 series PCs will be available in EMEA in June starting at €799.
  • The HP ProBook 645 G4 will be available in EMEA in June starting at €749.
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8 Comments on HP Announces New EliteBook 705 Series and HP ProBook 645 G4

#1
_JP_
The crowd goes wild!......YES?
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#2
Fouquin
I've enjoyed my ProBook 645 G1 for the past 3 years. Solid, portable laptop with well-rounded performance from daily use to mid-tier gaming. The 645 G4 looks like a fantastic successor, putting the last two iterations to shame.
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#3
Easo
HP hardware is going the right way. Not going to talk about software (or their webpage...), but computers themselves are fine. Last iterations are pretty good looking, light, have good battery life, are sturdy and still support their slim mechanical docking station.
However, I am talking about enterprise hardware - ProBooks/EliteBooks/ZBooks/etc., not Pavilions. Spectre though... gimme!
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#4
lynx29
I'm staying away from HP with a ten foot pole, they go out of there way to make upgrading your ram almost impossible. They got that Apple proprietary flu bug.
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#5
Fouquin
"lynx29 said:
I'm staying away from HP with a ten foot pole, they go out of there way to make upgrading your ram almost impossible. They got that Apple proprietary flu bug.
Not on their mobile workstations they don't. The entire bottom panel pops off and you get immediate access to RAM, HDD, and CPU. They're basically built to be serviced since some of their biggest customers are businesses who have IT departments maintaining machines and don't want to be sending them back into HP for warranty repair if the HDD goes out, they just pop the panel and put a new drive in on-site and get the machine back on the floor.
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#6
Readlight
Why everyone has round keys its harder whit space between keys where are quadruple keys or like lenovo. only Packardbel has it.
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#7
lynx29
"Fouquin said:
Not on their mobile workstations they don't. The entire bottom panel pops off and you get immediate access to RAM, HDD, and CPU. They're basically built to be serviced since some of their biggest customers are businesses who have IT departments maintaining machines and don't want to be sending them back into HP for warranty repair if the HDD goes out, they just pop the panel and put a new drive in on-site and get the machine back on the floor.
Sounds great. I bought an HP Chromebook once, basically impossible to upgrade my ram in it, yet other brands 0 issues to upgrading ram. Don't know, that snobbery level of engineering like Apple does just rubs me the wrong way.
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#8
Patriot
"lynx29 said:
Sounds great. I bought an HP Chromebook once, basically impossible to upgrade my ram in it, yet other brands 0 issues to upgrading ram. Don't know, that snobbery level of engineering like Apple does just rubs me the wrong way.
You bought a sub $200 device and expected anything but soldered ram? That's not snobbery that is cost saving.
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