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HP debuts new Ryzen Pro-powered EliteBook 705, ProBook 645 series of laptops

HP has announced its EliteBook 705 G5 series of laptops, along with the ProBook 645 G4, all of which will sport AMD's Ryzen Pro mobile processors, and onboard Vega GPUs. All of these laptops run Windows 10.

The EliteBooks have similar internals across the board, with the major variations only in battery capacity and screen-sizes (all these laptops come with 1080p screens). They also come with optional LTE connectivity. The internals common to all three sizes are:


Ryzen 7 2700U

Ryzen 5 2500U

Ryzen 3 2300U

RAM up to 32 GB of dual-channel DDR4 memory
Graphics on-board Vega 6/8/10 graphics

up to 512GB with an M.2 SSD

up to 256GB with a SATA SSD


1 Type-C port with USB 3.1, 1 Type-C port just for power,

1 Type-A port with USB 3.1, 1 HDMI 2.0 port, 1 RJ-45,

1 AC-power connector port, 1 headphone jack,

1 docking connector

Webcam FullHD

The only major differences between these laptops are that

  • The EliteBook 735 G5 comes with a 13.3-inch screen and a 50Wh battery
  • The EliteBook 745 G5 comes with a 14-inch screen and a 50Wh battery
  • The EliteBook 755 G5 comes with a 15.6-inch screen and a 56Wh battery

The HP ProBook645 G4 features comes with the same CPU, GPU and RAM configurations as the EliteBook lineup above. The primary features, barring these, are:

  • a 14-inch 1920x1080 resolution screen
  • up to 1TB of storage with an M.2 SSD / up to 1TB of storage with a 7200rpm HDD
  • 1 USB 3.1 Type-C port with charging capabilities, 3 USB 3.1 Type-A ports with one for charging, 1 HDMI 1.4 port, 1 RJ-45 port, 1 VGA port, 1 headphone jack, 1 AC-power port, 1 docking connector
  • a 720p webcam

The EliteBooks will start at $999, and the ProBook 645 G4 will start at $759. Both will be available for purchase later this month.

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