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June 1, 2021

New HP desktop PCs are geared to empower those in hybrid work environments

HP has expanded its commercial lineup with new Elite and Pro desktop PCs to meet the demands of multi-task workdays. Everyone from frontline heroes to home office workers need speed, flexible connectivity options and always-on reliability to handle demanding tasks, intense graphics and complex workflows with large files and applications. While laptop use has increased throughout the pandemic, the desktop PC remains critical for business resiliency and continuity – because not all hybrid work is mobile.

Powered by Windows 10 Pro [1] and AMD Ryzen PRO 5000 series processors [2], the HP EliteDesk 805 G8 Series and HP ProDesk 405 G8 Series PCs feature rich graphics and multi-display support. Users can easily integrate the compact desktop PCs into their home or office workspaces. These desktops are ENERGY STAR certified, use ocean-bound plastics and arrive in 100% sustainably sourced packaging.

Four HP desktop towers side by side facing reader

The HP EliteDesk 805 G8 Desktop Mini PC saves valuable desk space when mounted behind a monitor or inside an HP Mini-in-One 24 display. The HP EliteDesk 805 G8 Small Form Factor PC, which you can easily customize, is ready to take on complex workloads. Expandability options are plentiful with two bays, two half-height slots, three M.2 slots and 11 USB ports.

The HP ProDesk 405 G8 Desktop Mini PC provides the powerful performance and flexible deployment capabilities needed for smaller workspaces. With the highly secure HP ProDesk 405 G8 Small Form Factor PC you have a variety of input/out port options.

These devices are expected to be available in July.

[1] Not all features are available in all editions or versions of Windows. Systems may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware, drivers, software, or BIOS update to take full advantage of Windows functionality. Windows 10 is automatically updated, which is always enabled. ISP fees may apply, and additional requirements may apply over time for updates. See

[2] Multi-core is designed to improve performance of certain software products. Not all customers or software applications will necessarily benefit from use of this technology. Performance and clock frequency will vary depending on application workload and your hardware and software configurations. AMD’s numbering is not a measurement of clock speed.