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September 17, 2020

HP’s latest PCs adapt to rapidly changing work environment

At HP’s annual global partner event, HP Reinvent, the company unveiled Windows 10 PCs designed to help people pivot to the hybrid work environments that have emerged from the ongoing global pandemic. These devices aim to boost productivity and help users collaborate with ease from anywhere – without sacrificing security.

A key factor as people move to those environments: Faster PCs and faster internet are more important than ever before.

“We’re making our most premium experiences more accessible with new laptops that offer greater mobility to work from anywhere and desktops that bring the much-needed performance to small workspaces in the home,” says Andy Rhodes, global head of Commercial Personal Systems at HP.

Man in a suit holding an HP ProBook 635 Aero G7 on his left hand, closed
HP ProBook 635 Aero G7

The HP ProBook 635 Aero G7, weighing in just under 2.2 pounds with a long battery life, can go with you anywhere you need to work. Wi-Fi 6 and 4G LTE makes it easy to get connected. It’s environmentally responsible too; more than 62% of its mechanical parts are made from recycled materials. You can power it with the latest AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors, optional Pro APUs and integrated latest AMD Radeon Graphics.

Another perk: It’s made to withstand 1,000 cycles of disinfection with household wipes.

It’s expected to be available in November. Pricing will be available closer to product availability.

Three HP ProBook 600 G8 laptops open on a flat surface
HP ProBook 600 G8 Series

HP also introduced the HP ProBook 600 G8 and HP ProBook 400 G8 PC Series for professionals who want to move from desk to meeting room to home, with optional quad-core 11th Gen Intel Core processors. Both are expected to be available in November, at a starting price of $1,169 for the former and $729 for the latter.

HP ProBook 440 G8 open, seen from above on a desk with a man pressing on the touchpad
HP ProBook 440 G8

For users who need more power for multi-task workdays, HP unveiled new Elite and Pro desktops.

Hp EliteDesk 805 G6 on top of a desk, side profile
HP EliteDesk 805 G6

The HP EliteDesk 805 G6 Series PCs feature an upgraded chassis, as well as new flexibility and expandability options. With HP Run Quiet Design acoustics, noise is minimal and VR-ready capabilities enable high performance workloads.

The HP EliteDesk 805 G6 Desktop Mini PC is a compact, high-performance PC that fits easily into an open office and is expected to be available in November for a starting price of $939, while the HP EliteDesk 805 G6 Small Form Factor is AMD-based and is expected to be available in October for a starting price of $929.

HP EliteDesk 806 G6 Small Form Factor, tower upright on a flat surface
HP EliteDesk 805 G6 Small Form Factor

The HP ProDesk 405 G6 Series PCs  features the latest AMD Ryzen PRO series processors for powerful performance and versatile options with quieter and energy-efficient designs for growing businesses. The HP Desktop 405 G6 Desktop Mini PC is expected to be available in November for a starting price of $649, while the HP Desktop 405 G6 Small Form Factor PC is expected to be available in October in select markets.

HP also introduced new monitors, which may come in handy for those who want to set up a work-from-home space that incorporates what they miss from their office.

Man touching E24t Touch Monitor
E24t Touch Monitor

With the HP E24t G4 FHD Touch Monitor, users can get hands-on without distracting glare and fingerprint smudges. It is expected to be available in November for $349.

Go to HP for more information.