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HP's new ZBook Firefly G9 is a mobile workstation built for professionals on the go

HP ZBook Firefly G9
HP ZBook Firefly G9 (Image credit: HP)

What you need to know

  • HP just announced two new ZBook Firefly G9 workstation laptops.
  • The laptops are built for professional workflows and run on NVIDIA T550 graphics.
  • HP will start shipping the HP ZBook Firefly G9 in March, though the company has not shared pricing details at this time.

HP announced a slew of new devices at CES 2022, including laptops, desktops, and gaming accessories. Among the new pieces of hardware is the ZBook Firefly G9, a workstation laptop designed to handle professional workflows. Two versions of the laptop will be available starting in March 2022, the ZBook Firefly 14 G9 and the ZBook Firefly 16 G9. HP has not shared pricing information for the new laptops yet.

The ZBook Firefly G9 laptops feature 16:10 HP DreamColor displays. Inside, they run on next-gen Intel Core processors (not specified) and NVIDIA T550 laptop GPUs. They're available with up to 64GB of memory, which should be more than enough for heavy-duty multitasking and handling large files.

CategoryHP ZBook Firefly G9
Display16:10 HP DreamColor
ProcessorNext-gen Intel Core (not specified)
GraphicsNVIDIA T550
MemoryUp to 64GB
PortsHDMI, 2x USB-A, USB-C Thunderbolt, USB-C, headphone jack

HP hasn't shared the full spec sheet for the pair of ZBook Firefly G9 laptops, but based on the information available, they should be able to handle a wide range of workloads.

The ZBook Firefly G9 laptops round out an expanded portfolio from HP that includes the new HP Elite Dragonfly G3, the HP ENVY 27-inch All-in-One, the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook Enterprise, and several Z displays and monitors.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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