The company has presented during ‘HP Amplify Executive Forum’ its new professional computers, screens, webcams for streaming and improved services, all of them aimed at the hybrid work experience.
The Dragonfly range incorporates as a novelty HP Dragonfly Folio G3 (from 1,699 euros), a convertible computer (from laptop to tablet) with a digital pen, which attaches magnetically to the device and has three programmable buttons. This accessory can be charged wirelessly to one hundred percent in 30 minutes.
Dragonfly Folio G3 incorporates an 8MP camera with a 100-degree field of view for video calls. HP Auto Frame technology keeps users in frame when they want to stand, stretch, or move, and HP Dynamic Voice Leveling automatically adjusts voice volume to maintain consistency whether users are close to or far from the microphone . For added security, the webcam can be disabled at the touch of a button.
This convertible is built with magnesium, aluminum and recycled plastics from the oceans. It incorporates Intel vPro technology with 12th generation Intel Core processors, up to 32GB LPDDR5 RAM and up to 2TB storage.
In security, the HP Wolf Security for Business solution offers resistance against malware and hacking, while the new seamless firmware guarantees a 50 percent reduction in update time.
HP has also introduced the HP 34″ All-in-One Desktop Computer (in September, starting at €2,499), with a detachable 16MP magnetic camera that can be positioned in different positions on the edge of the screen.
This desktop features a 34-inch display with 5K (5120 x 2160) resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio and the TUV-certified HP Eye Ease solution that reduces blue light from the panel. It’s powered by 12th Gen Intel processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics and upgradable memory up to 128GB DDR5.
Also new for hybrid work is the HP Z32k G3 Display (in November for 849 euros) with IPS Black panel that supports a P3 wide color gamut of 98%, in 4K resolution, which supports single boot, KVM switch and Thunderbolt 4. The HP 965 4K Streaming webcam (299 euros), for its part, offers a resolution of up to 4K with facial framing with AI and autofocus.
Source: Europa Press