Laptops today come in different sizes, and dare we say it, ‘shapes’. A decade ago, we had to live with bulky laptops and desktops, and while laptops did come about as a reprieve, allowing us the freedom to work from anywhere, they weren’t the easiest of devices to carry around. This was especially true for students, who had to lug these devices around in their backpacks all day. Today, however, we can find laptops that are light as a feather, and as small and compact as one can possibly imagine.
Among the laptop OEMs that made this possible, HP has been at the forefront of innovation. From laptops that weigh just 1kg, to models that now come with 360-degree hinges, HP laptops combine power with convenience, seamlessly blending them together. In fact, some of HP’s compact and lightweight models are also the most powerful, as they house the latest processors, excellent GPUs, high RAM size and long-lasting batteries.
We have curated a list of some of the most innovative HP laptops, while also highlighting their USPs.
HP Elite Dragonfly
When we talk about premium HP laptops, we have to start with the HP Elite Dragonfly model. Crafted and designed for the travelling professional, this laptop is extremely elegant, sleek, and powerful. Among the latest HP laptops to hit the market, Elite Dragonfly is powered by 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, and comes with Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU.
Furthermore, it also boasts of 16GB RAM, and flaunts a 13.3-inch full HD touch display, while also housing 256GB SSD storage. Its additional features include HP Sure Shutter and HP Privacy Camera for greater security and privacy, Privacy Screen with HP Sure View Reflect, and the optional Tile solution, so that you can always find your PC, even if it is turned off!
HP Spectre x360 (2020)
HP’s flagship devices witnessed even more upgrades last year, with the HP Spectre x360 2020 edition coming with gem-cut chassis, additional security features, and the Bang & Olufsen speakers, making this model one of the best laptops available today.
Of course, that also means that this HP laptop price is pretty steep, but it is well worth the money. Coming down to the nitty-gritties, this laptop is powered by the 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti with Max-Q GPU. The laptop also boasts of 16GB DDR4 RAM, and houses 512GB – 2TB SSD storage, depending on the variant you choose. Coming to its looks, the laptop flaunts an exquisite 15.6-inch display, with 4K resolution.
HP Envy 15 (2020)
Many look at HP Envy 15 as the brand’s direct response to Apple’s MacBook series, and one can see why. It comes in a bright white chassis, and packs a lot of oomph. The device is powered by the Intel Core i9-10885H processor, and houses the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 with Max-Q GPU, which translates to an unparalleled gaming experience.
The laptop also comes with 16GB RAM which can be expanded up to 32GB, and 256GB SSD storage. Its display doesn’t disappoint either, as it sports a 15.6-inch full HD or UHD multi-touch display, depending on the variant you choose.
HP EliteBook x360 1040
EliteBooks, similar to the Envy and Elite Dragonfly series, are catered to working professionals, and for that reason, this device is extremely powerful yet lightweight. It also comes with a plethora of connectivity options, and is available with both Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. It flaunts a 14-inch BrightView LED full HD display, but users can also find another variant with UHD display resolution.
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