HP introduces new hardware designed for people working from home. The new equipment includes notebooks, mobile workstations and monitors.
The manufacturer introduces several new notebooks including the EliteBook 805 series, EliteBook 800 G7 series and the EliteBook x360 803 G7. HP claims that the new 805 series has the largest battery life of all AMD machines and is also the thinnest and lightest business notebook series running on AMD. The EliteBook 805 uses AMD’s new Ryzen PRO 4000 Mobile processors. The new EliteBook x360 803 G7 runs on Intel and is equipped with 4×4 LTE antennas.
HP ZBook Firefly
HP is also introducing the HP ZBook Firefly 14 and 15. These mobile workstations are both lighter and smaller than previous generations and are designed to offer power in a compact chassis. Another feature is the use of ‘HP Z predictive algorithms’ to improve the user experience.
The latest desktops in the EliteDesk 800 series contain upgraded casing with extra flexibility and expandability. Some thought has also been given to remote workers with a Low blue light and anti-glare display.
This product line is led by the EliteOne 800 All-in-One G6 PC, together with the Collaboration All-in-One G6 integrated with Zoom Rooms. This computer comes pre-built with Zoom Rooms and even includes a fingerprint scanner.
Furthermore, HP claims that with the new E-Series monitors, the company has the world’s very first in terms of Low blue light. According to the manufacturer, this function is permanently enabled in the E-Series so that our eyes no longer suffer so much from the bright, blue light.