The EliteBook needed a new body badly because the previous one had been in use for a while.
Additionally, since this product is targeted at a particularly pompous market niche, sometimes offering something unusual won’t be detrimental.
With Comet Lake-U CPUs and an optional GeForce MX250, this laptop should be able to handle your everyday task with ease.
The opportunity to upgrade and the security upgrades you get are astounding.
It won’t hurt anybody to mention that the EliteBook 850 G7 features IR facial recognition, a fingerprint scanner, and all of the HP security goodies you can think of, even though we will discuss the former in more detail later in the movie.
The EliteBook products have always had excellent construction.
This particular unit is not an exception.
Its structural integrity is rather strong and it is virtually completely made of aluminum.
Its dimensions include a weight of 1.67 kg and a 19.2mm profile.
You should anticipate the touchscreen version of the gadget to be a little heavier and more clumsy than the non-touchscreen version.
The laptop’s matte coating also makes it incredibly difficult for fingerprints to stick to the surface.
On the left side of the device, you will see a USB Type-A 3.2 (Gen. 1) port, an audio jack, and a Smart Card reader. Then, on the right, you will find the power plug, a USB Type-A 3.2 (Gen. 1) port, an HDMI 1.4 connector, and two Thunderbolt 3 connectors.
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