HP ProBook vs. EliteBook vs. ZBook: What’s the Difference?
There are so many options when it comes to laptops for your business that deciding on one can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, HP offers a variety of portable PCs that address a wide range of requirements without compromising on quality. Whether you are looking for an affordable option or a robust workhorse, HP has a series that is right for you.
But what are the differences between the ProBook, Elitebook and ZBook series? All three are built with business in mind and provide the processing quality and battery life that HP is known for, but with some differences. Understanding these differences can help you decide on the one that’s best for your company.
When you’re looking for a laptop that offers both power and portability at a lower price point, the HP ProBook series is a great choice. These laptops are made for people who need to run multiple applications at once without sacrificing battery life. Not only are these laptops a great option for professional use, they can also smoothly transition into a high-functioning gaming computer thanks to their integrated graphics card.
With anti-glare technology and a 14-hour battery life, the
HP ProBook 430 is designed for on-the-go work. If you’re looking for a bigger screen, the 14” HP ProBook 440 is a good alternative. Both offer an intuitive experience for an affordable price.
The EliteBook series is a step up from the affordable ProBook series. EliteBooks are stylish and light with all of the performance and durability that you expect from HP with added security. Like ProBooks, EliteBooks are designed to MIL-STD 810G military-standard specifications, meaning they won’t fail you in the middle of an important presentation. With its robust security features, the EliteBook is a smart choice for small businesses.
HP EliteBook 840 G4 has a 14-inch HD SVA anti-glare, slim, LED-backlit screen and up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM for superior memory. If you’re searching for an even lighter notebook, the HP EliteBook Folio has an ultra slim screen and integrated graphics.
The ZBook series may look like regular laptops, but they’re actually mobile workstations — meaning they are designed for intense processes like video rendering and editing, CAD and data analysis. ZBooks are ideal for data analysts, graphic designers and engineers. Larger businesses can benefit from the extensive security features and powerful network interface cards for additional connectivity. ZBooks are the top-of-the-line choice when it comes to performance and durability — and yes, they still have the mobility and battery life that HP is known for. They come in standard laptop form factor and have more robust processing than previous models.
No models are better for peace of mind than ZBooks. They have the same security features as EliteBooks but add HP Sure Sense, HP Sure Admin and HP Endpoint Security Controller. The
ZBook 14u G4 has a 1TB hard drive and is capable of handling complex tasks with ease. If a larger screen is a priority for you, the 15.6-inch ZBook Studio G4 is an excellent choice. The ZBook Studio is thinner and sleeker for those who want something mobile and stylish. No matter how complex the task, a ZBook can tackle it quickly and easily.
The Right Laptop for Your Business
Whether you need a basic, affordable notebook or a hardy workstation, HP has a series that can meet your company’s requirements. And no matter which option you choose — ProBook, EliteBook or ZBook — you can be sure that you are getting the best processing and security features that HP has to offer.
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