HP introduced the new HP ProBook x360 400 G1 they say is designed to adapt to the way growing business and on-the-go professionals work both inside and outside of the office. The 14-inch convertible is powered by Intel 8th Gen Core processors and up to a NVIDIA GeForce MX130 discrete GPU, along with “built for business” features. The exterior styling is very ‘business-like’ with a grey/silver chassis with the HP symbol stamped prominently on the back of the display panel. Being a convertible, the device has the ability to work as a standard laptop, tablet, tent mode, and presentation modes which are key for flexibility in a business environment. The full-size premium HP keyboard with chiclet-style keys is backlit with the keyboard deck finished...
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