Bored to Read? Listen to it
Last year saw a surge in PC demand and sales because of remote working arrangements imposed by COVID-19 measures. As the world continues to shift, adjust, and even recover, workplaces are shifting to hybrid setups where people come and go more often than stay within the office. Notebook PCs are, of course, at the center of these new arrangements, and at the virtual CES 2021, HP is introducing its 2021 lineup that it says is designed to let people work together even when far apart.
HP Elite Dragonfly series
- less than 1kg in weight
- 11th-gen Intel Core processor
- 5G or 4G connectivity options, and a Tile tracker built-in
The HP EliteBook 840 G8 Aero offers a more traditional notebook form factor with security and privacy features like HP Privacy Camera and HP Sure View Reflect to protect against visual hacking. The HP ENVY 14, on the opposite hand, almost literally steps up the sport with support for up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q and advanced thermal solutions to show the workstation into a multimedia creation engine.
Rounding up HP’s CES 2021 roster are accessories and peripherals that aim to reinforce your productivity whether on the go or staying reception. The HP 635 Multi-Device Wireless Mouse supports up to 3 devices (two Bluetooth, one USB wireless), allowing you to leap from computer to tablet or mouse during a click, while the new HP Elite Wireless Earbuds isn’t only for taking note of music but also for clear video meetings. HP even has new Renew Travel bags for keeping all of those new gear safes when you’re on to travel.
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