Thursday, June 7th 2018

HP Launches New ProBook x360 440 G1 Laptop

Today, HP is introducing the new HP ProBook x360 440 G1 laptop PC designed to adapt to the way growing businesses and on-the-go professionals work. Business owners and mobile professionals want a powerful convertible PC that delivers the business performance features required to help address their company needs - both in and outside the office. These are users with passion for business that need a versatile device which combines style, powerful processing, and "built for business" features to deliver enhanced business experiences that typically cannot be achieved with a consumer PC.

Powered by Windows 10 and high-performance 8th Gen Intel Core processors, the ultra-slim ProBook x360 440 delivers the power, security, and durability growing businesses demand in a versatile 360° design. Users can quickly turn thoughts into action with the optional HP Active Pen, and easily transition to desktop productivity with a single cable that supports docking via USB-C .
The new ProBook x360 440 also features:
  • Built for business: Defend against malicious attacks with built-in security from HP BIOSphere Gen4, a firmware ecosystem that automates protection of the BIOS, plus get commercial-grade durability and easy serviceability.
  • Power to boost productivity: Power through your day with a high-performance Intel Core processor , long battery life, and support for USB Type-C docking enabling data, video and power through a single cable.
  • Adapts for the way you work: The ultra-slim notebook adapts throughout the day, with four use modes - traditional laptop, tablet, stand and tent - so you can create, present, and collaborate in a comfortable way.
The HP ProBook x360 440 will be available in June starting at $599.
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8 Comments on HP Launches New ProBook x360 440 G1 Laptop

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
And it's still going to be a pile of shit just like all their other laptops.
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jabbadap
CrAsHnBuRnXp
And it's still going to be a pile of shit just like all their other laptops.
Uhm Elitebooks have always been quite good. Probooks ain't that bad either. It's their cheap crappy consumer lines(plastic pavilions etc.), which have always been bad. But that is the case of every other vendor too.
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silentbogo
CrAsHnBuRnXp
And it's still going to be a pile of shit just like all their other laptops.
Not all. Most of their probooks and elitebooks are unkillable (except for a few 1st gen Core and Phenom/Turion Probooks with 215-0752001 IGP onboard, aka Radeon HD4200 series).
Even their latest Envy x360 and Pavilion Power series are excellent.
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#4
CrAsHnBuRnXp
jabbadap
Uhm Elitebooks have always been quite good. Probooks ain't that bad either. It's their cheap crappy consumer lines(plastic pavilions etc.), which have always been bad. But that is the case of every other vendor too.
We have elitebook 745's here at work. They're god awful.

I personally owned an HP laptop that I got from Circuit City back when they were a thing in the US. I dont recall th emodel of that laptop, but it would overheat so badly even on a glass table. I ended up selling it. Luckily for more than what I paid for it :D
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#5
silentbogo
CrAsHnBuRnXp
We have elitebook 745's here at work. They're god awful.
I guess I should've narrowed down the "good" HP to anything Intel-based. They only got the "fame and glory" because they were the first ones to f%#ck up on AMD FX mobile.
Anything built on AMD in those years(2010-2016) was awful, not just HP.
Heck, I should probably share some pics of my collection of dead AMD APUs from those years...:slap:
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#6
Easo
Seems like a nice x360 for the low end.
I can speak only about 1030 G2 x360 (top of the line) - that thing is gorgeous.
P.S.
HP business class laptops are anything but shit. Consumer ones, well, it varies.
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#7
lynx29
Actually was surprised to see that price point. Competition seems to be working after all. Yay!

I just grabbed a touchscreen HP chromebook for $159, will be nice to prop it up on my bed and play hearthstone on it when I get tired of holding my phone.
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#8
Minus Infinity
CrAsHnBuRnXp
And it's still going to be a pile of shit just like all their other laptops.
Yep HP and QC are words you don't use in the same sentence. Wouldn't touch them with a 100' barge pole.
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