Intel debuted a new range of handheld processors and HP wasted no time in seizing the opportunity to launch new computers. To capitalize on the chips, the US manufacturer has created a line of productivity-focused laptops that bring more processing power and faster WiFi connections.
In this series of news, the highlight goes to the new line of ZBooks, which includes the ZBook 14u. This laptop features a 14-inch screen, 1.8GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 32GB RAM and a Radeon Pro WX 3200 graphics, which facilitates demanding tasks such as 3D modeling. In addition to this model, there is also a 15.6-inch variant which, although gained in the display size, loses in the thickness of the structure when presenting a higher thickness.
Another of the highlights in these ZBooks are the screens, which can reach 600 nits of brightness in the 4K variants. However, if you're fine with a 1080p display, the brightness can go up to 950 nits, which facilitates work shifts from the office in scenarios where the lack of light does not help.
In addition to these two models, the company introduced other laptops less capable but more economical. This group includes the EliteBook 830, EliteBook 840 and EliteBook 850. They all have a similar CPU, although you have to choose which graphics you want from the outset. In this case, HP goes even further with the brightness of the screens, which reach 1,000 nits. The biggest difference between these models lies in the inches of the monitor – the 830 reaches 13 inches, the 840 at 14 inches and the 850 at 15. In addition to these variants there is a further 13.3 inches, hybrid, with a rotation axis of 360 degrees.
The new ZBook will hit the market next May, such as the EliteBook 830, 840 and 850. The hybrid will only hit the market in June.