Today, HP is unveiling a range of new business PCs, and all of them are powered by AMD processors. The news comes alongside the announcement of AMD's Ryzen 5000 PRO mobile chips, so that's what you're going to find here.
At the top-end of the refreshed lineup is the EliteBook 805 G8 series, which is HP's mainstream business PC lineup. Along with the brand-new Ryzen processors, these devices have fast connectivity with Wi-Fi 6 and optional 4G LTE. And of course, you get features like Quick Drop for transferring files to and from your phone, Tamper Lock to lock the PC if it's compromised, and more. HP also once again pointed out its sustainability efforts, using ocean-bound plastics in the speaker enclosure and using 100% sustainably-sourced packaging.
The EliteBook 835 G8, 845 G8, and 855 G8 will be available in March.
Then there's the ProBook 635 Aero G8. As we've seen before from the Aero name, this PC is meant to be light, and indeed, it weighs in at less than a kilogram. That makes it one of the lightest business PCs around. The ProBook 635 Aero G8 will be available in April.
At the entry-level, we have the ProBook 405 series, including the 445 G8, 455 G8, and x360 435 G8. These also include AMD Ryzen 5000 mobile processors, but at a lower price point. They'll be available in February.
HP also introduced a P34hc WGHD Curved Monitor. With a 34-inch curved screen, HP says that you can increase your productivity by 33%. It connects via USB Type-C, and can charge a laptop up to 65W. It's going to be available this month for $449.