HP today unveiled a range of new devices, displays and accessories designed for the modern workforce. These products include new models in the HP EliteBook 800 G5 series and ZBook series, the new Thunderbolt Dock G2, and four new 4K displays. The refreshed line of of laptops feature Windows 10, cameras, optional fingerprint scanners, Windows Hello for fast and secure login, and more.
"Our latest EliteBook and ZBook offerings set new standards for design, performance, and functionality. Whether it's the world's thinnest devices or the industry's most robust security features, HP is redefining the commercial PC experience for the modern workforce," said Alex Cho, vice president and general manager, Commercial PCs, HP Inc.
HP EliteBook 800 G5 series
The all-new EliteBook 800 G5 business laptop series features MIL-STD-810G rating, a world-facing, noise-canceling microphone along with the one towards the user; 8th generation Intel Core vPro processors, auto-adapting ultra-bright displays, and up to 14 hours of battery life.
The HP EliteBook 830 G5 is fitted with a 13-inch display, while the EliteBook 840 G5 is touted to be the world's thinnest 14-business notebook. Both the laptops are equipped with AMD RX540 discrete graphics.
The EliteBook 830 G5 carries a starting price tag of $1,049 (approx. Rs. 67,400), the EliteBook 840 G5 has a starting price of $1,029 (approx. Rs. 66,100), finally the EliteBook 850 G5 comes at a starting price of $1,039 (approx Rs. 66,800).
The laptops are expected to be available for purchase in the US later this month.
HP ZBook series
The refreshed ZBook series not only comes with MIL-STD-810G certification, but also two additional MIL-STD tests for bench handing and crash hazard shock.
There are two new models under this series; the ZBook 14u G5 and ZBook 15u G5. The laptops feature 8th generation Intel Core vPro processors paired with AMD Radeon Pro graphics.
Weighing at around 1.48 kg, the ZBook 14u G5 is said to be the world's thinnest workstation with the thickness of 17.9mm. It includes an optional 4K display with anti-glare technology.
The ZBook 15u G5, on the other hand, is powered by the 8th generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors along with AMD Radeon 3D graphics, and up to 2TB SSD.
The ZBook 14u G5 and the ZBook 15u G5 ZBook come with the starting price tag of $1,099 (approx. Rs. 70,600) and $1,109 (approx. Rs. 71,300) respectively.
The refreshed HP ZBook series should hit the shelves sometime later this month.
HP Thunderbolt Dock G2
The company has also announced the HP Thunderbolt Dock G2. It enables support for any HP or non-HP systems with Thunderbolt and USB Type-C connectivity. Offering support for up to two 4K displays, it also features an optional audio conferencing module.
There is no information on the pricing of the HP Thunderbolt Dock G2.
HP 4K displays
The EliteDisplay S270n is the first 4K EliteDisplay from HP that is capable of sending up to 60W of power to PCs over a single USB Type-C connection.
HP has also unveiled two other 4K displays; the HP Z27 and the HP Z32. Additionally, the HP Z4, the largest 4K display from the company has been announced as well. The new displays in the HP Z range feature 10-bit colour and USB Type-C connectivity with up to 65W power.
These 4K displays are already available for purchase in the US. The EliteDisplay S270n has a starting price of $549 (approx. Rs. 35,300), the Z27 has a starting price of $559 (approx. Rs. 35,900), the Z32 has a starting price of $899 (approx. Rs. 57,800), and the Z43 has a starting price of $799 (approx. Rs. 51,300).