Ten Things you Need to Know about HP’s Newest Business Notebooks

If you depend on notebook PCs in your business, here are ten things you need to know about these new computers:

  • Up to 32.5 hours battery life. Add the new HP Ultra-Capacity battery to the HP EliteBook 8460p and you can keep working for a couple of days without recharging.

  • Military-tough. The new notebooks are built to meet US military standards for ruggedness in the face of vibration, drop, dust, humidity, altitude and temperature. (Check out this cool video to see why this is a Good Thing.)

  • Fort Knox. Why use passwords when your computer can recognise your face? The new HP notebooks can do this. Add other HP ProtectTools features, including disk encryption and disk sanitizer, and you can turn your notebook into a secure, portable data vault.

  • Skype in seconds. Thanks to the latest version of HP QuickWeb, you can get online in seconds without booting Windows but now you can also use Skype video conferencing too.

  • Play games. (But sshh, don’t tell the boss.) The HP ProBook s-series now comes with the option of Power Express Switchable Graphics and SRS Premium Sound for enhanced multimedia performance.

  • Two-fingered gestures. Use the touchpad for more than clicking and dragging. It also recognises gestures, such as zoom, rotate and pan giving you more intuitive control over your work.

  • Power with responsibility. Thanks to HP Power Assistant you can extend your battery life and reduce CO2 emissions  by cutting power consumption.

  • Accident prone? Relax. These tough little computers have got your back. They come with spill-resistant keyboards, HP DisplaySafe frames to protect the screen and magnesium-reinforced ABS chassis for extra strength and rigidity.

  • Professional style. Choose smart brushed-aluminium or platinum finishes with smart, purposeful design cues.

  • Awesome performance. Get the latest processor technology with a choice of second-generation Intel® Core™ i7, i5 and i3 dual-core processors or an Intel® Celeron processor, depending on the notebook you choose.

This business advice article published in association with HP. Find out more about HP Laptops, Tablets, Desktops, Printers & Servers

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