Whether you’re looking for a new laptop, netbook, or notebook, the HP Notebook line has something for you. From the HP Stream 11 to the HP Envy x360 15, you can find a notebook that will work for you.
HP Envy x360 15 (2021)
Whether you’re looking for a 2-in-1 laptop that’s built for productivity or entertainment, the HP Envy x360 15 (2021) is an excellent choice. It’s lightweight and powerful, while also being highly configurable and with excellent security features.
For a laptop that weighs only 4.1 pounds, the HP Envy x360 has plenty of ports. It has a USB-C port, as well as two high-speed USB-A ports. It also has an SD card slot and a 3.5 mm audio jack.
The 15.6-inch HP Envy x360 15’s touchscreen is a bright and vibrant display. The touchscreen has 400 nits of brightness and 100 percent sRGB color gamut support. The touchscreen also supports tilt. It also has an active pen and Microsoft Precision Touchpad protocol, which offers responsive control of Windows 10 multitouch gestures.
HP ZBook Studio G7
Designed with performance, mobility, and portability in mind, the HP ZBook Studio G7 is one of the best mobile workstations on the market. The thin and light chassis offers a comfortable grip and a sturdy build. It’s also incredibly stylish.
HP Studio G7 notebooks have a choice of quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processors, along with NVIDIA Quadro RTX graphics boards. The ZBook Studio G7 Mobile Workstation features a 15.6-inch anti-glare IPS display, made of Corning Gorilla Glass 5. HP has also incorporated a vapor chamber cooling system. It uses a pair of polymer fans to transfer heat generated by the graphics card. Its fans only spin up once for about 30 seconds before returning to normal.
The Studio G7 is available in two versions: a 1080p display and a 4K display. The former has an IPS panel that is compatible with AdobeRGB gamut, while the latter’s display targets P3 gamut.
HP Chromebook 14
Whether you want to do your work on the road, or are looking for an affordable laptop to use in school, the HP Chromebook 14 can help. You’ll have all of the Google apps built in, including Google Chrome, and will have access to the Google Play Store to download and install other apps.
HP Chromebooks are lightweight and durable. They also have a good battery life, and are compatible with both Wi-Fi and 3G networks.
The HP Chromebook 14 is a good all-round performer. It’s not as fast as other machines, but it’s not slow either. The keyboard is responsive, and the touchpad is good, too. It’s also got a wide-angle webcam for Skype video calls. It’s also a great choice for mobile users. It’s easier to use than a traditional computer, and it has a low price tag.
HP Stream 11 netbook
Powered by the Intel Celeron N4000 processor, the HP Stream 11 offers plenty of performance for your everyday computing needs. It can handle up to 10 Microsoft Edge tabs, and it’s also capable of running 1080p YouTube video. However, its CPU isn’t great for handling heavy workloads.
The HP Stream 11 is lightweight, and it runs on a low-power platform. It has a battery that lasts over nine hours. It also comes with a one-year warranty.
It’s an affordable Windows PC. It includes a one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365, and it also comes with 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage. In addition, HP includes a 30-day free trial of McAfee LiveSafe. The HP Stream also includes a free 12-month subscription to Dropbox.
The HP Stream 11 also comes with a microSD card slot, which is great for expanding storage. However, the laptop’s limited storage isn’t great for installing apps. The computer also runs Windows 10 S Mode, which limits how many apps you can install from the Microsoft Store. However, you can disable this mode for free.
HP ProBook 450 G8
Powered by an Intel(r) Core(tm) i7 processor, the HP ProBook 450 G8 aspires to be the best business notebook around. With a 15.6-inch HD anti-glare display, up to 128GB SSD storage, and optional touchscreen, it delivers plenty of bang for the buck.
The HP ProBook 450 G8 also impresses with a snazzy, self-healing BIOS, a well-appointed keyboard, and a slew of USB and HDMI ports. However, it’s the new Intel vPro technology that makes this laptop tick. Its multicore technology is designed to boost performance of certain software products.
The HP ProBook 450 G8 has an 87-percent screen-to-body ratio, which is impressive. Its snazzy new Intel(r) Core(tm) processors have no shortage of processing power. They’re also fitted with high-speed solid-state drives. This combo delivers a stellar combination of performance, longevity, and battery life.
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