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01 April 2020

Which HP laptop should I buy?

HP is amongst the most inexhaustible OEMs in laptop space. They have been in the market since the last 8 decades and are making a difference every single day. HP accounts for around 23.9% of global market for computers (according to the latest quarterly personal computing device tracker by IDC).

Now, when it comes to buying an HP laptop, it could be pretty tough to navigate and zero down on a single product. If you are in a confused state of mind in this regard, Cache Peripherals is there to help you with your choice of business laptop.

In all, HP’s laptop range for the year 2020 consists of the following:

  • Elite
  • Envy
  • Spectre
  • ProBook
  • Pavillion
  • Z by HP
  • Omen
  • HP Chromebook

Out of these, the Elite series are marketed as “personal” as well as “business’ laptops. They do focus on mobility and have been pitched as the most secure, thinnest and portable PCs. At present, the Elite range comprises the following business laptops:
     

  • HP EliteBook 1050
Thisn business laptop facilitates crystal clear audio with top-firing speakers and HP Noise Cancellation. Outdoor Viewable display lets you work in almost any type of light. Cutting-edge security features allows automatic restoration of in-memory BIOS and averts visual hackers.

  • HP EliteBook 1040 G4
The bright and vibrant display of HP EliteBook 1040 G4 dos offer superb picture quality; and Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers do give better sound than its counterparts. High-speed is offered by quad-core, high-powered model; whereas dual-core model lasts for 10+ hours on single battery recharge.

  • HP EliteBook 800 series G5
HP EliteBook 800 Series G5 have been uniquely designed to serve modern mobile professional. They offer powerful collaboration tools and come across as a highly manageable and secure PC; wherein it enables enterprise workforce to go on with their productivity and security in transit or office.