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HP's new ProBook 400 Series laptops are built for business with Ryzen processors

HP showed off all of its flashiest new tech at CES 2019 earlier this month, and now it's turning its attention towards business PCs. the company today took the wraps off of two new business laptops, the ProBook 445 G6 and ProBook 455 G6, both of which come in sleek chassis and are powered by AMD Ryzen processors.

On the inside of each, you'll find processors ranging from the AMD Ryzen 3 2200 with Vega 3 graphics up to the AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U with RX Vega 10 graphics. Rounding things out is storage space of up to 1TB and up to 16GB of RAM on both models. The only major difference between the two comes with their screen sizes, with a 14-inch display on the 445 G6 and a 15.6-inch display on the 455 G6.

Because these two new models are aimed at the business crowd, the real highlights here are the security features. Included are automated BIOS protection, fingerprint and facial recognition for authentication, and self-healing wireless driver tech. Ports include two USB 3.1 ports, one USB Type-C port, one USB 2.0 port, one RJ-45, and one HDMI.

The HP ProBook 445 G6 and ProBook 455 G6 are set to become available later this month with prices starting at $549. You can find the full ProBook lineup at HP (opens in new tab).

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