Friday, 4 October 2013

New High-End Devices HP ProBook Series Announced



HP has announced eight new additions to its business notebooks, the ProBook series 400 , ProBook 600 and EliteBook 800. Two Elitebooks fall into the Ultrabook category. The prices of the new HP - series start from 500 U.S. dollars. In early May, Hewlett- Packard (HP) had unveiled its new naming scheme for the HP ProBook, ProBook 400 series and new models. HP today unveiled a total of 8 new business series notebooks ProBook 400, ProBook 600 and EliteBook 600. HP's new range of notebooks HP EliteBook 800 are up to 40 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than previous generations. The new models will come with an optional battery pack to a battery life of up to 33 hours, thanks to MIL -STD 810G certification which is more suitable for rugged everyday business.

Have announced the HP EliteBook 820 G1 with 12 -inch display as well as the Ultrabooks EliteBook 840 G1 (14-inch, touch screen optional), and the 15.6-inch EliteBook 850 G1. The HP EliteBook 800 series is available with prices starting at around $ 800 now. The HP Compaq Business Notebook 600 is available with an 4G/LTE- support and provide USB 3.0 , DisplayPort 1.2 and depending on the model HD + or Full HD display. The rows of notebooks HP ProBook 640 G1 (14 ") and ProBook 650 G1 (15.6") HP donated the 4th Generation of Intel's Core i7, i5 or i3 processors Haswell. The 14- inch ProBook 645 and ProBook 655 G1 G1 (15.6 inches) to work with dual - or quad-core APUs by AMD .

According to HP, the ProBook Business Models 640, HP 645 and HP ProBook ProBook 650 are  available from 18th November. HP ProBook 655 is from 25th November. The prices for HP ProBook 600 series start at just $ 700. The new HP ProBook series 400 is now 500 U.S. dollars in trade and presents itself with three new models G1 Probook 440 , 450 and 470 G1 G1 . All notebooks are equipped according to the model variant with the latest Intel processors Core i3, i5 or i7 (Haswell). For the ProBook 450 G1 is optional to have a touch screen.

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