What you need to know
- HP announced the HP ProBook x360 435 G7 running AMD's Ryzen 4000 series of mobile processors.
- The laptop is designed for business and education.
- The HP ProBook x360 435 G7 will be available in May 2020.
HP announced the HP ProBook x360 435 G7 today. HP designed the convertible laptop for education and business, including adding multi-layer security and fast charging. The laptop runs on AMD's Ryzen 4000 series of mobile processors. The HP ProBook x360 435 G7 is expected in May 2020 but does not have any pricing details at this time.
HP highlights the security, durability, and power of the HP ProBook x360 435 G7. It has multi-layer security features that run both above and below the operating system, including HP Sure Start for AMD, a self-healing BIOS, HP Sure Sense, HP Sure View Gen 3, and a built-in HP Privacy Camera.
HP designed the HP ProBook x360 435 G7 to pass 19 Mil-Spec 810G tests for durability, including a drop test.
|Category||HP ProBook x360 345 G7|
|Operating system||Windows 10 Pro|
Windows 10 Home
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors|
|Graphics||Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics|
|Memory||Up to 16GB DDR4-3200 SDRAM|
|Storage||512GB PCIe Gen3x4 NVMe M.2 SSD TLC|
256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Value SSD TLC
512 PCIe NVMe M.2 Value SSD TLC
128GB M.2 SATA SSD TLC
Optional 5MP world-facing
|Security||TPM 2.0 embedded security chip|
|Wireless||Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 9260 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2x2) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 combo|
Intel AX200 Wi-Fi 6 (2x2) and Bluetooth 5 combo
Realtek 802.11ac (2x2) WLAN and Bluetooth 5 combo
|Ports||2x USB 3.1 Gen 1|
1 USB-C 3.1 Gen 1
dual array microphone
|Weight||Starting at 3.28lbs(1.49kg)|
The HP ProBook x360 435 G7 is available with an optional HP Pro Pen and can fast charge up to a 50 percent charge in 30 minutes using HP Fast Charge.
Built for schools
HP ProBook x360 345 G7
HP's forthcoming ProBook x360 345 (G7) is powered by AMD's latest mobile processors and is aimed at schools and business as a entry to mid-range professional convertible laptop.
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The self-healing BIOS is interesting. Most people can't even heal themselves, yet this BIOS can. Will also look forward to seeing the benchmarks/battery life on this, although the use of DDR4 RAM is a bit discouraging.
How can you write an article about hardware for schools and not list a price? It's one of the most important factors in school boards' purchasing decisions...
It's really simple when HP states "Pricing will be provided closer to availability date.". Indeed, we even wrote "The HP ProBook x360 435 G7 is expected in May 2020 but does not have any pricing details at this time." at the end of the very first paragraph. So I am not sure what else to tell you.
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