HP has announced it is launching five new models of its ProBook 400 series of notebooks made for the business market. The laptops include a new design and improvements in battery life for up to 16 hours of use.
HP's blog post states that the company conducted a survey of "millennials" and over 50% of them stated design was important when selecting a PC:
The HP ProBook 400 series also include some speaker and audio improvements:
The 13.3-inch HP ProBook 430, the 14-inch ProBook 440, and the 15.6-inch ProBook 450 can also have touchscreens as an option, while the 15.6-inch HP ProBook 455 and the 17.3-inch HP ProBook 470 do not have touchscreen options. All but the ProBook 455 use versions of Intel's 7th generation Core "Kaby Lake" processors; the Pro 455 users AMD's 7th generation A-Series APUs.
Pricing for the notebooks start at $499; all of them are available to order from HP's online store:
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