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HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 Laptop (Core i7 7th Gen/16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10) - 1BT00UT

Buy the HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 (1BT00UT) Laptop (Core i7 7th Gen/16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10) that comes with striking features and specifications.

You can work for extended working hours with the utmost convenience on this laptop as it comes with a sturdy, full-length, and ergonomically designed Spill-resistant keyboard with drain and DuraKeys. Also, there are zero chances of battery overheating or battery swelling.

Hence, you can carry this lightweight and compact laptop in your backtop..

But the HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 (1BT00UT) Laptop (Core i7 7th Gen/16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10) in India at Rs 276,004. Also, you get 1 Year warranty on the product from the manufacturer from the date of purchase.

HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 (1BT00UT) Laptop (Core i7 7th Gen/16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10) Price In India
HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 (1BT00UT) Laptop (Core i7 7th Gen/16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10) laptop price in India is Rs 276,004.

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Editor's Note: We updated the score with an Editor's Choice award after testing the EliteBook x360's glossy display and finding it sharper than the anti-glare option.

The HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 is a 2-in-1 business laptop with excellent features. For $2,349 (starting at $1,499), you get strong Core i7 performance, a tactile keyboard, solid speakers and good battery life all packed inside a sleek, military-tested aluminum chassis. It does, however, have a ton of bloatware and a frustratingly hazy display. But overall, the EliteBook x360 1040 is one of the best 2-in-1 laptops for business users.

HP EliteBook x360 Price and Configuration Options

The EliteBook x360 1040 I tested costs $2,349 and comes with an Intel Core i7-8650U vPro processor, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, an Intel UHD 620 GPU and a 1080p display.

The base model runs for $1,499 and drops you to a Core i5-8250U processor, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. Meanwhile, the top-of-the-line model costs $5,679 and provides you with a Core i7-8550U, 32GB of RAM, 2TB SSD, LTE connectivity and a 4K display.

Design

The x360 1040 has an aluminum build with a satin finish layered over its sleek silver design. Like other EliteBooks, it's accompanied by HP's slash logo and a two-toned upper lip. On the back, there are two three-edged hinges that are carved outward and between them is a neatly placed EliteBook logo.

The interior has HP's well-spaced keyboard with speaker vents on each side and a fingerprint reader just beneath it. The side bezels are incredibly slim, but the top one has some meat on it due to the IR webcam. When I folded this baby into tablet mode, the back of the lid actually magnetized to the underside, giving it a more clean and stable convertible design, compared with non-magnetic alternatives.

At 3 pounds and 12.7 x 8.5 x 0.7 inches, the EliteBook x360 is relatively light and slim for a 14-inch notebook. The Dell Latitude 7490 (3.5 pounds, 0.7 inches) is a little bigger, while the Huawei MateBook X Pro (2.9 pounds, 0.6 inches) and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Gen) (2.5 pounds, 0.6 inches) have a smaller footprint.

Ports

The EliteBook x360 has a healthy amount of ports.

The left side features one USB 3.1 port, a headphone jack, the power button and a security lock slot, while the right holds one USB 3.1 port, an HDMI 1.4 port, two Thunderbolt 3 ports and the volume rocker.

Security and Durability

Don't let the petite body fool you. The x360 1040 passed 12 MIL-STD-810G tests, so it can survive drops, vibrations, shock and temperature shock, high and low temperatures, dust, extreme altitudes, humidity, sand, an explosive atmosphere and an entire freezing and thawing process.

In regards to security, you get Intel vPro for remote management, an IR camera to access Windows Hello and a fingerprint reader. The laptop also comes with HP Sure Start, which is a self-healing BIOS, and HP Sure Run, which protects the security processes from malware. You can get a configuration with HP's Sure View, which is a privacy display that narrows viewing angles.

Display

While the EliteBook x360's 14-inch, 1920 x 1080 panel produces great color and brightness, the display has a grainy-film effect caused by the anti-glare solution, which is concerning in a $2,000-plus laptop. Other manufacturers also make matte panels, but this one has me constantly fighting the urge to wipe what looks like a fingerprint-smudged screen. We also tested the glossy display, and it's a much needed improvement.

When Rafiki snapped the red root in the recent trailer for The Lion King, it created a cloud of crimson dust that was striking on the EliteBook x360's screen. The hairs on Simba's adorable head were somewhat fuzzy due to the filmy layer on the anti-glare display, but his fur was more pronouced on the glossy one. When an older Simba roars at the end of the trailer, the surrounding rocks were visible despite the lack of light.

While the EliteBook x360's 14-inch, 1920 x 1080 panel produces great color and brightness, the display has a grainy-film effect caused by the anti-glare solution.

Reproducing 120 percent of the sRGB spectrum with the anti-glare screen (128 percent on glossy), the EliteBook x360's display skids past the 117-percent premium laptop average and the Latitude 7490 (118 percent). However, the MateBook X Pro and the ThinkPad X1 Carbon did a little better, reaching 124 and 129 percent, respectively.

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The EliteBook x360's panel averaged 340 nits of brightness (346 nits on glossy), beating the 328-nit category average, as well as the Latitude 7490 (277 nits) and the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (293 nits). But it didn't come close to the MateBook X Pro's 458 nits.

Keyboard, Touchpad and Pen

HP's elegantly carved keyboard provides an immensely satisfying typing experience, as each key delivered solid tactile feedback. I only wish that the white backlighting were a little stronger.

The EliteBook's keys have only 1.4 millimeters of travel (we prefer 1.5 to 2.0mm), but the keyboard's 70 grams of actuation force more than make up for it. I sped through 73 words per minute on the 10fastfingers.com typing test, beating my usual 66 wpm.

The EliteBook x360's HP Active Pen G2 has three programmable buttons and 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity. It felt good to hold, and it moved fluidly as I used it to design a mock-dungeon for my Dungeons & Dragons campaign. The pen is also magnetic, so it can attach to the left side of the chassis for safe-keeping, and it can be recharged via a USB Type-C port.

HP's elegantly carved keyboard provides an immensely satisfying typing experience.

The 4.3 x 2.5-inch is smooth to the touch and offers a weighty click, which makes navigation feel so natural. Windows 10 gestures like two-finger scrolling and three-finger tabbing were effective.

Audio

These Bang & Olufsen top-firing speakers reproduced Blue October's "Into the Ocean" with zeal, as the sound blasted across our small lab. The opening vocals and soft guitar strums intertwined with solid amount of treble and bass. During the second verse, the drums lulled me into a trance with their rhythmic beat as they supported the vocals, but it was somewhat difficult to make out the bass guitar.

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The Bang & Olufsen Audio software offers a full equalizer along with presets for Voice, Movies and Music.

Performance

The EliteBook x360's Core i7-8650U processor with 16GB of RAM didn't skip a beat as I blasted through 40 Google Chrome tabs and three 1080p YouTube videos, all while I played Candy Crush Saga.

On Geekbench 4.3, the EliteBook x360 scored 14,331 and surpassed our premium laptop average (13,145) along with the Core i7-8550U-powered MateBook X Pro (13,769) and the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (13,680). The Latitude 7490's Core i7-8650U nailed down a higher 15,500.

The EliteBook x360 sped through our Excel test (matching 65,000 names and addresses) in 1 minute and 22 seconds, which is slightly faster than the 1:31 category average. The Latitude 7490 (1:19) and ThinkPad X1 Carbon (1:11) did it faster, but the MateBook X Pro (1:49) was left behind.

Transcoding a 4K video to 1080p took 19 minutes and 1 second for EliteBook x360 1040, marking its victory over the premium laptop average (21:43), the Latitude 7490 (21:35) and the MateBook X Pro (27:18). Meanwhile, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon came out ahead of the EliteBook by one second.

The EliteBook x360's Core i7-8650U processor with 16GB of RAM didn't skip a beat as I blasted through 40 Google Chrome tabs and three 1080p YouTube videos.

Armed with a 512GB SSD, the EliteBook x360 copied 4.97GB of data in just 7 seconds, translating to 727 megabytes per second, which crushed the competition. The Latitude 7490 (256GB SSD; 299 MBps), MateBook X Pro (512GB SSD; 283 MBps), ThinkPad X1 Carbon (512GB SSD; 565 MBps) and even the average premium laptop (528 MBps) produced much lower scores.

Graphics

The EliteBook x360's Intel UHD 620 GPU scored 88,501 on the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited synthetic graphics benchmark, sliding past the 88,375 premium laptop average. With the same GPU, the Latitude 7490 and ThinkPad X1 Carbon hit a lower 87,894 and 88,143, respectively. But the MateBook X Pro's discrete Nvidia GeForce MX150 soared past the competition with 116,359.

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In real-world testing, the EliteBook x360 averaged 62 frames per second on the Dirt 3 racing game benchmark, which doesn't match the 76-fps category average. The Latitude 7490 (64 fps) and ThinkPad X1 Carbon (63 fps) didn't do much better. The MateBook X Pro, however, excelled with 117 fps.

Battery Life

The EliteBook x360 will get you through your workday and then some. After continuously surfing the web over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, the battery lasted 8 hours and 59 minutes, which surpasses the 8:31 premium laptop average and the Latitude 7490 (8:55). However, the MateBook X Pro (9:55) and ThinkPad X1 Carbon (11:01) blew HP's laptop out of the water.

Webcam

The test shots I took on the EliteBook x360's 1080p webcam didn't come out too grainy, as I could spot some detail in my beard.

But when I zoomed in, everything was soft and muddy. It picked up the thin turquoise lines on my flannel shirt, but the webcam blew out the ceiling lights and made the rest of the room darker than it should have been. Overall, it's not bad, but it's not good, either.

Heat

This baby is a stone-cold killer. We streamed a 15-minute HD video and the underside hit only 91 degrees, which is below our 95-degree comfort threshold. The center of the keyboard and touchpad measured 87 and 86 degrees, respectively. The hottest it got was 94 degrees on the lower-left underside.

Software and Warranty

HP placed a few of its branded utilities to help get you started. There's HP JumpStart (a tutorial for Windows 10), HP Sure Click (web browser security), HP PhoneWise (mobile device management), HP Recovery Manager (maintenance and recovery data), HP Support Assistant (updates HP device drivers) and HP ePrint SW (tracks printing status).

There is some Windows 10 bloatware, including Township, Cooking Fever and Candy Crush Saga.

Our configuration comes with a three-year limited warranty (downgradable to one year). See how HP performed on our Tech Support Showdown and Best and Worst Brands ranking.

Bottom Line

This is one badass machine. HP's EliteBook x360 1040 G5 backs up its powerful specs and flexible design with a comfortable keyboard and solid audio paired with a long-lasting battery and excellent security features. What gives me pause is its inordinately hazy display.

If you want to save some money, you can get the MateBook X Pro for $1,499, which has a brighter display, longer battery life, better graphics and a slimmer profile. However, if you're after something more versatile, the EliteBook x360 is a great overall 2-in-1 business laptop.

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HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 Specs

BluetoothBluetooth 4.2
BrandHP
CPUIntel Core i7-8650U vPro processor
Display Size14
Graphics CardIntel UHD 620 GPU
Hard Drive Size512GB SSD
Hard Drive TypeSSD
Highest Available Resolution1920 x 1080
Native Resolution1920x1080
Operating SystemWindows 10 Pro
Ports (excluding USB)USB 3.0, Thunderbolt 3, Lock Slot, Headphone/Mic, HDMI
RAM16GB
RAM Upgradable to32GB
Size12.65 x 8.46 x 0.66 inches
Touchpad Size4.3 x 2.5-inch
USB Ports4
Warranty/SupportThree-year limited warranty
Weight3.01 pounds
Wi-Fi802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi ModelIntel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265

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HP's EliteBooks are characterised by solid build, plentiful features and businesslike design. These characteristics apply to the EliteBook x360 1030 G7, which is a small, neat 13.3-inch laptop with a 360-degree rotating display that caters for tablet-mode use. My £1,618.80 (inc. VAT; £1,349 ex. VAT) review model had a super-bright 1000 nit screen and HP's Sure View security system, while standard features include support for stylus input via the HP Active Pen, and proximity-based login. It's quite a package. 

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The EliteBook x360 1030 G7's 13.3-inch screen nestles inside bezels that, while not the smallest, are still pretty tight, so that the overall desktop footprint is just 30.37cm by 19.39cm. It's pretty thin at 1.61cm, and couldn't get much thinner and still allow space for full-size ports. Perhaps a shade could be taken off the thickness of the lid, but the trade-off here is a very solid screen section which I found impossible to flex.  

If all this sounds a little workaday, then it's worth noting that there are small angled nicks out of the back short edges and the corresponding lid edges, which create a V-shaped finish to the back of the chassis. It's a small feature, but distinctive.  

When you finally get the chance to travel or commute, the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 will slip neatly into the smallest of backpacks or cases, and it's relatively light at 1.21kg. The power supply is mid-sized and not particularly heavy. 

The silver metal all around the chassis might benefit from a protective sleeve as it could be vulnerable to scratches from bag detritus. But the real bugbear when it comes to travelling may well be the Active Pen. This is far too large to lodge in a housing on the chassis itself, and so will need to be carried separately. Don't forget to take it out with you or bring it home. It fixes to the left edge of the chassis via magnets that don't seem evenly distributed: grip is firmer at the front of the chassis than the back. 

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It's easy to move from laptop to tent or tablet mode, and the hinges are solid enough to hold the screen in any required orientation. It's always a concern when the keyboard doesn't lock out for tablet use: it's recessed enough to sit safely on a desktop, but holding the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 in one hand will inevitably apply pressure to the keys which could, over time, cause a problem. That's not unique to this laptop, of course, but something to be aware of nonetheless.  

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As ever there are various configurations of the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 available. My review unit came with an FHD (1,920 x 1,080) IPS display with an impressive 1000 nits maximum brightness. According to the online data sheet there are also UHD (3,840 x 2,160) IPS and AMOLED options, although these are not available on HP's UK website at the time of writing. 

You need the FHD panel to get HP's Sure View, which protects on-screen information from prying eyes. Sure View is toggled with a simple Fn key press, was present on my review unit, and worked well for rendering the screen unreadable from the sides, although content is still readable from behind. When in use, Sure View dims the screen for head-on viewing, but the degree to which that's noticeable depends on the acuteness of the screen's angle, and the effect can be almost entirely mitigated if the correct angle is selected. 

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There's a great set of Bang and Olufsen speakers, whose grilles are arranged to the left and right of the keyboard in what's now a familiar EliteBook approach. Sound is pushed upwards toward the user, but that's not the end of it: a second pair of grilles sits on the underside of the chassis, positioned carefully on the upward angle at the front so that they can blast some sound out when you're working in tablet mode. Sound quality is pretty good: there's plenty of bass in music and video content, although quality does diminish as volume increases. 

There is a proximity sensor above the screen, which is used to provide a couple of neat features. Walk Away Lock uses the proximity sensor to detect when you've left the immediate vicinity of the laptop, whereupon it automatically locks it down. Users can configure how long the laptop waits before it locks using a slider bar. Presence Aware will detect if someone is nearby and switch the screen on, ready for you to quickly log in. If Windows Hello is configured, the proximity sensor will allow users to login automatically as they approach the laptop. 

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The backlit, spill-resistant keyboard is excellent. Keys spring back nicely after being pressed, and as a light-touch typist I made almost no noise at all while working. Even when I deliberately typed more heavily, all I heard was a relatively quiet 'clacking'. Fn keys are large enough, and as well as the Sure View key there's a key that toggles a physical cover for the webcam, and another that can be set to launch applications, open folders or specific files, or launch a specific website. It can be configured for four separate actions -- solo and in conjunction with the Shift, Ctrl and Alt keys. 

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Meanwhile the fingerprint sensor is neatly accommodated on the bottom row, to the right of the space bar, while the arrow keys are large -- HP has even fitted in full-size left and right arrow keys. It's a neat, ergonomic setup complemented by a large and responsive touchpad with an embedded NFC area. 

The EliteBook x360 1030 G7 runs Windows 10 Pro on 10th generation Intel processors rather than the latest 11th generation chips. My review unit had a very capable Core i7-10510U with integrated Intel UHD Graphics, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB PCIe NVMe TLC SSD. The data sheet suggests you can go up to 32GB of RAM and 2TB of PCIe NVMe TLC SSD storage, but there's no discrete GPU option.  

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There should have been a SIM slot on the left edge of my review model, for it to fully meet the specifications of the £1,618.80 (inc. VAT; £1,349 ex. VAT) off-the-shelf version that it replicated in every other way. Still, the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 is pretty well appointed for ports and connectors. The right edge has a USB 3.1 port, a full-size HDMI connector and two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3, one of which is occupied when the laptop is charging. On the left there's a second USB 3.1 port and a 3.5mm headset jack.  

The 3-cell, 53Wh battery is probably good for all-day working for many knowledge workers. My usual three-hour rundown test saw it drop 29% from a full charge, during which period I wrote into web apps, streamed video and audio, and did a lot of web browsing.  

Conclusions

The HP EliteBook X360 1030 G7 is a very serviceable 13.3-inch 2-in-1 laptop. Although it doesn't use the latest 11th generation Intel processors and doesn't offer discrete graphics, there's much else that pleases. Sure View is a good security feature, the webcam cover is handy, and it's clever to control this via the keyboard. Very smart use of a proximity sensor adds further device security via automated log off and log on.  

The keyboard is a pleasure to use, the build quality is robust, and the Active Pen stylus, while it doesn't stow on the laptop, is also effective. If you're looking for a 13.3-inch convertible laptop with plenty of features and all-day battery life, the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 is worth shortlisting.

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HP EliteBook

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HP EliteBook is a line of business-oriented high-end notebooks and mobile workstations made by Hewlett-Packard (HP Inc.).[1] The EliteBook series, which fits above the lower-end ProBook series,[2] was introduced in August 2008[3][4] as a replacement of the HP Compaq high end line of notebooks. The EliteBook brand included mobile workstations until September 2013, when they were rebranded as HP ZBook. The EliteBook mainly competes against computer lineups such as Acer's TravelMate, Dell's Latitude and Precision, Lenovo's ThinkPad and Toshiba's Portégé and Tecra.

Features[edit]

2012's ProBook/EliteBook docking station

The HP EliteBook line is engineered to meet military MIL-STD-810 standards for reliability and performance under extreme conditions,[5] namely for temperature, altitude, humidity, dust, shock and vibration. The notebooks feature a magnesium alloy chassis, anodized aluminum lid and palm rests, spill-resistant keyboards, active hard-drive protection and dual pointing devices (touchpad and pointing stick).[5] Earlier EliteBook models featured the HP Night Light keyboard light,[6] while in subsequent generations HP has added a backlit keyboard option to some 15" and 17" workstation models.[7] Select models have SSD storage options.

History[edit]

Announcements:

  • 2008: August 11: 8530p, 8530w and 8730w;[8]August 18: 2530p and 2730p;[3]September 8: 6930p announced[9]
  • 2010: January 6: 8440p, 8440w, 8540p and 8540w;[10]March 1: 2540p and 2740p;[11]March 24: 8740w announced[12]
  • 2011: February 23: 8460p and 8560p;[13]April 12: 8460w, 8560w and 8760w;[14]May 9: 2560p and 2760p announced[15]
  • 2012: May 9: 2170p, 2570p, 8470p and 8570p,[16] 8470w, 8570w and 8770w,[17] Folio 9470m announced[18]
  • 2013: October 1: 820G1, 840G1 and 850G1;[19]December 10: Folio 1040G1 announced[20]
  • 2014: June 4: 725G2, 745G2 and 755G2;[21]December 2: 720, 740, 750, 820G2, 840G2, 850G2 and Folio 1020 announced[22]
  • 2015: September 29: 725G3, 745G3 and 755G3 announced[23]
  • 2016: January 5: 820G3, FolioG1, 840G3, 1040G3 and 850G3 announced.[24]
  • 2020: January 5: HP Elite DragonflyG2;[25]May 26: EliteBook 830G7, x360 830G7, 840G7, 850G7, 835G7, 845G7, 855G7, x360 1030G7 and x360 1040G7 announced.[26]December 7:EliteBook 830G8, x360 830G8, 840G8, 850G8

Models[edit]

Laptop color codes

Processor

  Socketed desktop processor

  Socketed mobile processor

  Soldered high power processor

  Soldered standard power processor

  Soldered low power processor

  Soldered ultra low power processor

Weight

0.9 kg (2.0 lb) Up to 0.91 kg
1.0 kg (2.2 lb) 0.92–1.0 kg
1.1 kg (2.4 lb) 1.01–1.1 kg
1.2 kg (2.6 lb) 1.11–1.2 kg
1.3 kg (2.9 lb) 1.21–1.3 kg
1.4 kg (3.1 lb) 1.31–1.4 kg
1.5 kg (3.3 lb) 1.41–1.5 kg
1.6 kg (3.5 lb) 1.51–1.6 kg
1.7 kg (3.7 lb) 1.61–1.7 kg
1.8 kg (4.0 lb) 1.71–1.81 kg
1.9 kg (4.2 lb) 1.81–1.91 kg
2.0 kg (4.4 lb) 1.91–2.03 kg
2.1 kg (4.6 lb) 2.04–2.14 kg
2.3 kg (5.1 lb) 2.15–2.4 kg
2.5 kg (5.5 lb) 2.41–2.75 kg
2.8 kg (6.2 lb) 2.76–3.05 kg
3.1 kg (6.8 lb) 3.06–3.42 kg
3.5 kg (7.7 lb) 3.43–3.99 kg
4.0 kg (8.8 lb) 4.0–4.99 kg
5.5 kg (12 lb) 5.0–6.49 kg
7.2 kg (16 lb) 6.5–7.99 kg
9.1 kg (20 lb) 8.0–9.99 kg
10.7 kg (24 lb) 10–11.99 kg
12.7 kg (28 lb) 12–14.49 kg
14.5 kg (32 lb) 14.5–17.99 kg
18.1 kg (40 lb) 18–20.99 kg
21.7 kg (48 lb) 21–23.99 kg
24 kg (53 lb) 24–28.99 kg
29.5 kg (65 lb) 29 kg and above

Screen resolution

  4K or higher

  1440p+ (WQHD,QXGA)

  1080p+ (Full HD,UXGA)

  Better than 768p (SXGA,SXGA+)

  600p+ (SVGA,HD,XGA,HD+)

  Up to 600p (VGA)

Graphics

  Dual standard socket graphics option

  Dual proprietary socket graphics option

  Standard socket graphics option

  Proprietary socket graphics option

  Soldered performance graphics option

  Soldered midrange graphics option

  Soldered mainstream graphics option

  Soldered entry graphics option

  Integrated entry graphics

  Integrated basic graphics

Laptop storage combinations (excluding WWAN slot)

LevelPCIe 4.0 x4PCIe 3.0 x4PCIe 3.0 x2M.2 SATAmSATA1.8" SATA2.5" SATA1.8" IDE2.5" IDE
2019
Not yet
(laptops)
20132013201320092003200319911988
32
4
31
22
32
3
21
4
31
22
2
11
3
21
1
2
11
21
4
1
11
3
1
11
11
11
2
3
1
1
2
1
1

Laptop memory

AmountLPDDR5DDR5LPDDR4XLPDDR4DDR4LPDDR3DDR4DDR3LDDR3DDR2DDRSDREDOFPM
dual channel< dual channeldual channel< dual channeldual channel< dual channeldual channel< dual channel
2019
Not yet (laptops)
2020
Not yet
201720142014201220142010200720031998199319931987
max memory = 256 GBN/A256 GB (4 slots)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
max memory = 128 GBN/A128 GBN/AN/A128 GB (4 slots)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
64 GB ≤ max memory < 128 GB64 GBN/AN/A64 GBN/A64 GB (2 slots)64 GB (4 slots)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
32 GB ≤ max memory < 64 GB32 GB32 GB32 GBN/A32 GB32 GB (2 slots)32 GB (4 slots)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
16 GB ≤ max memory < 32 GB16 GB16 GB16 GB16 GB16 GB (2 slots)16 GB (4 slots)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
8 GB ≤ max memory < 16 GB8 GB8 GB8 GB8 GB8 GB (2 slots)8 GB (4 slots)N/AN/AN/A
4 GB ≤ max memory < 8 GB4 GB4 GB4 GB4 GB4 GB4 GB (4 slots)4 GB (4 slots)N/A
2 GB ≤ max memory < 4 GB2 GB (8 chips)2 GB2 GB2 GB2 GB2 GBN/A
1 GB ≤ max memory < 2 GB1 GB (1 chip)dual channel mindual channel minN/Asingle channel min1 GB1 GB1 GB1 GB (4 slots)
512 MB ≤ max memory < 1 GBN/Asingle channel minsingle channel minN/Adual channel minhalf channel min512 MB (8 chips)512 MB (8 chips)512 MB512 MB
256 MB ≤ max memory < 512 MB256 MB (1 chip)N/A256 MB (1 chip)256 MB (1 chip)N/Asingle channel min256 MB (1 chip)N/Asingle channel minN/Asingle channel min256 MB
128 MB ≤ max memory < 256 MBN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A128 MB (1 chip)N/AN/Ahalf channel minN/Ahalf channel min
64 MB ≤ max memory < 128 MBN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A64 MB (1 chip)N/A64 MB (1 chip)
max memory < 64 MBN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

The first generation of EliteBooks was the xx30 series. Before that, HP's p- and w-class (professional and workstation, respectively) notebooks were not branded as EliteBooks, nor did they have the EliteBooks' distinctive anodized aluminum styling.

First generation[edit]

The xx30 generation comprised the following notebooks:

  • 2530p: 12.1" ultraportable
  • 2730p: 12.1" Tablet PC
  • 6930p: 14.1" mainstream
  • 8530p: 15.4" mainstream
  • 8530w: 15.4" mobile workstation
  • 8730w: 17.0" mobile workstation

All models used Intel Core 2 CPUs and 16:10 aspect ratio displays. The 6930p model was notable for being claimed by HP to be the first notebook to break the 24-hour battery life barrier.[5][9][53]

First Generation (2008-2009) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPU Chipset Memory (max) Graphics Wireless Screen
2530p[54]Penryn25.2 × 282.3 × 214.3 mm1.45 kg (3.2 lb) up to Intel Core 2 Duo SL9600 (2 x 2.13 GHz) Intel GS45 8 GB DDR2-800

(2 slots)

Intel GMA 4500MHD up to Intel WiFi Link 5100 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

12.1" LED, WXGA (1280x800)
2730p[55]28.2 × 290 × 212 mm1.7 kg (3.7 lb) up to Intel Core 2 Duo SL9600 (2 x 2.13 GHz) Intel GS45 8 GB DDR2-800

(2 slots)

Intel GMA 4500MHD up to Intel WiFi Link 5100 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

12.1" LED, WXGA (1280x800), with digitizer
6930p[56]31.3 × 331.0 × 243.0 mm2.1 kg (4.6 lb) up to Intel Core 2 Duo T9900 (3.06 GHz) Intel GM45
Intel PM45
8 GB DDR2-800

(2 slots)

Intel GMA 4500MHD
or ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450
up to Intel WiFi Link 5300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

14.1" CCFL-backlit, up to WXGA+ (1440x900)
14.1" LED, WXGA (1280x800)
8530p[57]28.2 × 355 × 263.5 mm2.86 kg (6.3 lb) up to Intel Core 2 Duo T9800 (2.93 GHz) Intel PM45 8 GB DDR2-800

(2 slots)

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 up to Intel WiFi Link 5300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

15.4" CCFL-backlit, up to WUXGA (1920x1200)
8530w[58]28.2 × 255 × 263.5 mm2.86 kg (6.3 lb) up to Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300 (2.53 GHz) Intel PM45 8 GB DDR2-800

(2 slots)

MXM:

NVIDIA Quadro FX 770M
ATI Mobility FireGL V5700

up to Intel WiFi Link 5300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

15.4" CCFL-backlit, up to WUXGA (1920x1200)
8730w[59]32 × 393 × 282 mm3.4 kg (7.5 lb) up to Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300 (2.53 GHz) Intel PM45 8 GB DDR2-800

(2 slots)

MXM:

NVIDIA Quadro
FX 3700M/
FX 2700M
ATI Mobility FireGL V5725

up to Intel WiFi Link 5300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

17.0" CCFL-backlit, up to WUXGA (1920x1200)
17.0" CCFL-backlit DreamColor IPS, WUXGA (1920x1200)

Second generation[edit]

The xx40 series comprised the following models:

  • 2540p: 12.1" ultraportable
  • 2740p: 12.1" Tablet PC
  • 8440p: 14.0" mainstream
  • 8440w: 14.0" mobile workstation
  • 8540p: 15.6" mainstream
  • 8540w: 15.6" mobile workstation
  • 8740w: 17.0" mobile workstation

The xx40 series brought several changes and new features, including upgrading to the new Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors and DDR3SDRAM, new semi-chiclet keyboard and for the 14.0" and 15.6" models the switch from 16:10 to 16:9 displays. HP also added DisplayPort and USB 3.0 ports. Appearance-wise, the workstation models were changed to a darker "gunmetal" finish while the non-workstation models retained the brighter "silver" finish.

Models with quad-core CPUs supported up to 32 GB of RAM. Workstation models could be configured with ISV-certified professional graphics cards such as the ATI FirePro M7820 or the Nvidia Quadro FX 5000M (at the time of release the most powerful workstation-class graphics card on the market[60]).

Second Generation (2010) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPU Chipset Memory (max) Graphics Wireless Screen
2540p[61]Nehalem28 × 282.2 × 213.4 mm1.53 kg (3.4 lb) up to Intel Core i7-660LM (2 x 2.26 GHz) Intel QM57 8 GB DDR3-1333

(1 slot)

Intel GMA HD up to Intel Advanced-N 6200 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

12.1" LED, WXGA (1280x800)
2740p[62]31.7 × 290 × 212 mm1.72 kg (3.8 lb) up to Intel Core i7-640M (2 x 2.80 GHz) Intel QM57 8 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel GMA HD up to Intel Advanced-N 6200 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

12.1" LED, WXGA (1280x800)
with digitizer and optional multi-touch
8440p[63]31.3 × 335.6 × 236.2 mm2.12 kg (4.7 lb) up to Intel Core i7-740QM (4 x 1.73 GHz) Intel QM57 16 GB[a] DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel GMA HD
Option + Nvidia NVS 3100M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)14.0" LED, up to HD+ (1600x900)
8440w[64]31.3 × 335.6 × 236.2 mm2.24 kg (4.9 lb) up to Intel Core i7-840QM (4 x 1.86 GHz) Intel QM57 16 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel GMA HD
+ NVIDIA Quadro FX 380M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)14.0" LED, up to HD+ (1600x900)
8540p[65]32.4 × 373.5 × 251.5 mm2.89 kg (6.4 lb) up to Intel Core i7-840QM (4 x 1.86 GHz) Intel QM57 16 GB[a] DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel GMA HD + MXM
Nvidia NVS 5100M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
8540w[66]32.4 × 373.5 × 251.5 mm2.89 kg (6.4 lb) up to Intel Core i7-840QM (4 x 1.86 GHz) Intel QM57 32 GB DDR3-1333

(4 slots)

Intel GMA HD + MXM
NVIDIA Quadro
FX 1800M/
FX 880M
ATI FirePro M5800
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
15.6" LED DreamColor IPS, FHD (1920x1080)
8740w[67]36.5 × 397.5 × 285.5 mm3.57 kg (7.9 lb) up to Intel Core i7-920XM (4 x 2.00 GHz) Intel QM57 32 GB DDR3-1333

(4 slots)

Intel GMA HD + MXM
NVIDIA Quadro
5000M/
3800M/
2800M
ATI FirePro M7820
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)16:10aspect ratio

17.0" LED, up to WUXGA (1920x1200)
17.0" LED DreamColor IPS, WUXGA (1920x1200)
  1. ^ ab16 GB only with quad-core CPU, dual-core i5 can support only 8 GB

Third generation[edit]

EliteBook 8760w workstation

The xx60 series, announced on February 23, 2011,[13] comprised the following models:

  • 2560p: 12.5" ultraportable
  • 2760p: 12.1" Tablet PC
  • 8460p: 14.0" mainstream
  • 8460w: 14.0" mobile workstation
  • 8560p: 15.6" mainstream
  • 8560w: 15.6" mobile workstation
  • 8760w: 17.3" mobile workstation

The xx60 series featured second-generation Intel Core i series processors, a choice of Sandy Bridge integrated or AMD Radeon HD 6470M discrete graphics and chiclet-style keyboards. All models except the 2760p used 16:9 displays. Mobile workstation models featured Nvidia Quadro or AMD FirePro graphics.[68] The notebooks were also completely redesigned, with a more boxy shape and less plastic used on the surfaces, as well as a larger glass touchpad. The multiple access panels on the bottom of the notebooks were replaced with a single panel enabling access to all of the internal components.

The 8460p model was claimed to have battery life in excess of 32 hours[69] using an external ultra-capacity battery.

Third Generation (2011) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPU Chipset Memory (max) Graphics Wireless Screen
2560p[70]Sandy Bridge27.4 × 305.2 × 209 mm1.67 kg (3.7 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2620M (2 x 2.7 GHz) Intel QM67 16 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel HD 3000 up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s) 12.5" LED, HD (1366×768)
2760p[71]32.3 × 290 × 212 mm1.8 kg (4.0 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2620M (2 x 2.7 GHz) Intel QM67 16 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel HD 3000 up to Intel Advanced-N 6205 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s) 16:10aspect ratio

12.1" LED, WXGA (1280x800)
with digitizer and multitouch
8460p[72]31.8 × 338 × 231.3 mm2.07 kg (4.6 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2720QM (2 x 2.2 GHz) Intel QM67 16 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel HD 3000
Option + AMD Radeon HD 6470M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s) 14.0" LED, up to HD+ (1600x900)
8460w[73]31.8 × 338 × 231.3 mm2.22 kg (4.9 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2820QM (2 x 2.3 GHz) Intel QM67 16 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel HD 3000
+ AMD FirePro M3900
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s) 14.0" LED, up to HD+ (1600x900)
8560p[72]34.1 × 374 × 250.5 mm2.73 kg (6.0 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2860QM (2 x 2.5 GHz) Intel QM67 16 GB DDR3-1333

(2 slots)

Intel HD 3000
Option + AMD Radeon HD 6470M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s) 15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
8560w[74]34.5 × 382 × 257.5 mm3.0 kg (6.6 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2820QM (2 x 2.3 GHz) Intel QM67 32 GB DDR3-1333

(2 or 4 slots)

Intel + MXM
NVIDIA Quadro
2000M/
1000M
AMD FirePro M5950
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s) 15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
15.6" LED DreamColor IPS, FHD (1920x1080)
8760w[75]37.4 × 416.5 × 272.7 mm3.47 kg (7.7 lb) up to Intel Core i7-2920XM (4 x 2.5 GHz) Intel QM67 32 GB DDR3-1333

(4 slots)

Intel + MXM
NVIDIA Quadro
5010M/
4000M/
3000M
AMD FirePro M5950
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s) 17.3" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
17.3" LED DreamColor IPS, FHD (1920x1080)

Fourth generation[edit]

An Elitebook 8770w, mounted in a dock

The fourth generation, announced on May 9, 2012,[16] comprised the following models:

  • Revolve 810: 11.6" Tablet PC
  • 2170p: 11.6" ultraportable
  • 2570p: 12.5" ultraportable
  • 8470p: 14.0" mainstream
  • 8470w: 14.0" mobile workstation
  • Folio 9470m: 14.0" ultrabook
  • 8570p: 15.6" mainstream
  • 8570w: 15.6" mobile workstation
  • 8770w: 17.3" mobile workstation

The xx70 series was largely an incremental update to the previous xx60 series, updated with Intel Ivy Bridge processors and new integrated and discrete graphics processors. New additions to the EliteBook family included the 11.6" 2170p and the 14.0" Folio 9470m ultrabook.

ElitePad 900 G1 was introduced with this generation in October 2012.[76]

Fourth Generation (2012) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPU Chipset Memory (max) Graphics Wireless Screen
Revolve 810[77]Ivy Bridge22.2 × 285 × 212 mm1.4 kg (3.1 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3687U (2 x 2.1 GHz) Intel QM77 12 GB DDR3L-1600

(4 GB soldered, 1 slot)

Intel HD 4000 up to Intel Advanced-N 6205 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)11.6" LED, HD (1366×768)
with digitizer and multi-touch
2170p[78]26.5 × 292 × 192 mm1.33 kg (2.9 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3687U (2 x 2.1 GHz) Intel QM77 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4000 up to Intel Advanced-N 6205 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)11.6" LED, HD (1366×768)
2570p[79]27 × 305 × 209 mm1.63 kg (3.6 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3540M (3.0 GHz) Intel QM77 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4000 up to Intel Advanced-N 6205 (802.11a/b/g/n, 300 Mbit/s)12.5" LED, HD (1366×768)
8470p[80]34 × 338 × 231 mm2.07 kg (4.6 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3740QM (4 x 2.70 GHz) Intel QM77 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4000
Option + AMD Radeon HD 7570M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)14.0" LED, up to HD+ (1600x900)
8470w[81]31.8 × 338 × 231.3 mm2.25 kg (5.0 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3840QM (4 x 2.8 GHz) Intel QM77 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4000
+ AMD FirePro M2000
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)14.0" LED, up to HD+ (1600x900)
Folio 9470m[82]19 × 338 × 231 mm1.61 kg (3.5 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3687U (2 x 2.1 GHz) Intel QM77 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4000 up to Intel Advanced-N 6235 (802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0)14.0" LED, HD+ (1600x900)
8570p[80]34 × 374 × 251 mm2.61 kg (5.8 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3740QM (2 x 2.70 GHz) Intel QM77 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4000
Option + AMD Radeon HD 7570M
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
8570w[83]34.5 × 382 × 257.5 mm3.0 kg (6.6 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3840QM (2 x 2.8 GHz) Intel QM77 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(4 slots)

Intel + MXM
NVIDIA Quadro K2000M/
K1000M
AMD FirePro M4000
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
15.6" LED DreamColor IPS, FHD (1920x1080)
8770w[84]37.4 × 416.5 × 272.7 mm3.47 kg (7.7 lb) up to Intel Core i7-3920XM (4 x 2.9 GHz) Intel QM77 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(4 slots)

Intel + MXM
NVIDIA Quadro
K5000M/
K4000M/
K3000M
AMD FirePro M4000
up to Intel Ultimate-N 6300 (802.11a/b/g/n, 450 Mbit/s)17.3" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
17.3" LED DreamColor IPS, FHD (1920x1080)

Fifth generation[edit]

This generation of EliteBook notebooks feature Intel Haswell processors or AMD SteamrollerKaveri processors. EliteBook 800 Series G1 products with Intel processors were announced in October 2013.[85] EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 and Revolve 810 G2 were announced in December 2013.[86] EliteBook 700 Series G1 products with Intel processors and 700 Series G2 products with AMD processors were announced in June 2014.[87] This generation brought changes to nomenclature on most products. Models ending with 0 use Intel processors and models ending with 5 use AMD processor. The second last digit relates to the screen size, and the remaining digits indicate the series. G number indicates generation of the product. The external design was also refreshed, resulting in a less boxy shape and overall thinner chassis. Workstation models were split into a separate ZBook brand. AMD based models were added into EliteBook product line-up for the first time. Previously, ProBook product line-up had featured AMD APUs.

  • EliteBook 720 G1: 12.5" ultraportable with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 740 G1: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 750 G1: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 725 G2: 12.5" ultraportable with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 745 G2: 14.0" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 755 G2: 15.6" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook Revolve 810 G2: 11.6" tablet with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 820 G1: 12.5" ultraportable with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 840 G1: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 850 G1: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook Folio 1040 G1: 14.0" ultrabook with Intel processor
  • EliteBook Folio 9480m : 14.0" ultrabook with Intel processor

ElitePad 1000 G2 tablet with Intel processors was introduced with this generation. The product was announced at WMC 2014 in February 2014.[88]

  • ElitePad 1000 G2: 10.1" tablet with Intel processor
Fifth Generation (2013-2014) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPU Chipset Memory (max) Graphics Wireless Screen
820 G1[89]Haswell21 × 310 × 215.3 mm1.33 kg (2.9 lb) up to Intel Core i7-4600U (2 x 2.1 GHz) 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4400 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7260 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)12.5" LED, HD (1366×768)
840 G1[89]21 × 338.9 × 237 mm1.58 kg (3.5 lb) up to Intel Core i7-4600U (2 x 2.1 GHz) 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4400

Option + AMD Radeon HD 8750M

up to Intel Wireless-AC 7260 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)14.0" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
14.0" LED, HD+ (1600x900) touch
850 G1[89]21.4 × 375 × 253 mm1.88 kg (4.1 lb) up to Intel Core i7-4600U (2 x 2.1 GHz) 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 4400

Option + AMD Radeon HD 8750M

up to Intel Wireless-AC 7260 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
Revolve 810 G2[90]22.2 × 285 × 212 mm1.4 kg (3.1 lb) up to Intel Core i7-4600U (2 x 2.1 GHz) 12 GB DDR3L-1600

(4 GB soldered. 1 slot)

Intel HD 4400 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7260 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)11.6" LED, HD (1366×768)
with digitizer and multi-touch
Folio 1040 G1[91]Haswell 15.9 × 338 × 233.5 mm1.49 kg (3.3 lb) up to Intel Core i7-4600U (2 x 2.1 GHz) 12 GB DDR3L-1600

(4GB soldered, 1 slot)

Intel HD 4400

or HD 5000

up to Intel Wireless-AC 7260 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)14.0" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
14.0" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
725 G2[92]Steamroller21 × 319 × 215.3 mmup to AMD A10 Pro-7350B (2.1 GHz) AMD A76M 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

AMD Radeon R4, R5, or R6 Graphics up to Broadcom 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.012-5" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
12.5" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
745 G2[92]Steamroller 21 × 339 × 237 mm1.58 kg (3.5 lb) up to AMD A10 Pro-7350B (2.1 GHz) AMD A76M 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

AMD Radeon R4, R5, or R6 Graphics up to Broadcom 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.014.0" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
14.0" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
755 G2[92]Steamroller 21.5 × 375.5 × 253.6 mm2 kg (4.4 lb) up to AMD A10 Pro-7350B (2.1 GHz) AMD A76M 16 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

AMD Radeon R4, R5, or R6 Graphics up to Broadcom 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.015.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
15.6" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch

Sixth generation[edit]

This generation of EliteBook notebooks feature Intel Broadwell processors. EliteBook 700 Series G2, Revolve 810 G3, 800 Series G2, Folio 1020 G1, and Folio 1040 G2 were announced in December 2014.[93] EliteBook Folio 1020 Bang & Olufsen Limited Edition was announced in July 2015.[94]

  • EliteBook 720 G2: 12.5" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 740 G2: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 750 G2: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook Revolve 810 G3: 11.6" tablet with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 820 G2: 12.5" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 840 G2: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 850 G2: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook Folio 1020 G1 Standard/Special Edition/Bang & Olufsen Limited Edition: 12.5" lightweight with Intel processor
  • EliteBook Folio 1040 G2: 14.0" lightweight with Intel processor

HP Elite x2 1011 G1 tablet with Intel processors was introduced with this generation. The product was announced in January 2015.[95]

  • Elite x2 1011 G1: 11.6" tablet with Intel processor
Sixth Generation (2015) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPU Chipset Memory (max) Graphics Wireless Screen
720 G2[96]Broadwell21 × 310 × 215.3 mm1.36 kg (3.0 lb) up to Intel Core i5-5200U (2 × 2.2 GHz) 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 5500 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)12.5" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
12.5" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
820 G2[97]Broadwell 21 × 310 × 215 mm1.36 kg (3.0 lb) up to Intel Core i7-5600U (2 × 2.6 GHz) 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 5500 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)12.5" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
12.5" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
740 G2[98]21 × 339 × 237 mm1.58 kg (3.5 lb) up to Intel Core i5-5200U (2 × 2.2 GHz) 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 5500 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)14.0" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
14.0" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
840 G2[99]Broadwell 21 × 339 × 237 mm1.55 kg (3.4 lb) up to Intel Core i7-5600U (2 × 2.6 GHz) 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 5500

Option + AMD Radeon R7 M260X

up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)14.0" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
14.0" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
Folio 1040 G2[100]15.9 × 338 × 233.5 mm1.51 kg (3.3 lb) up to Intel Core i7-5650U (2 × 2.2 GHz) 20 GB DDR3L-1600

(4GB soldered,1 slot)

Intel HD 5500

or HD 6000

up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)14.0" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
14.0" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
750 G2[101]21.4 × 375 × 254 mm1.88 kg (4.1 lb) up to Intel Core i5-5200U (2 × 2.2 GHz) 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 5500 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
15.6" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
850 G2[102]Broadwell 21.4 × 375 × 254 mm1.83 kg (4.0 lb) up to Intel Core i7-5600U (2 × 2.6 GHz) 32 GB DDR3L-1600

(2 slots)

Intel HD 5500

Option + AMD Radeon R7 M260X

up to Intel Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)15.6" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
15.6" LED, FHD (1920x1080) touch
Folio 1020 G1[103]Broadwell 15.7 × 310 × 210 mm thick1 kg (2.2 lb) up to Intel Core M-5Y71 (1.2 GHz) 8 GB DDR3L-1600

(soldered)

Intel HD 5300 up to Intel Wireless-AC 7260 (802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0)12.5" LED, up to FHD (1920x1080)
12.5" LED, QHD (2560x1440) touch

Seventh generation[edit]

This generation of EliteBook notebooks feature Intel Skylake processors or AMD ExcavatorCarrizo processors. EliteBook 725 G3, 745 G3 and 755 G3 with AMD processors were announced in September 2015.[104] EliteBook 820 G3, 840 G3, 850 G3, 1040 G3 and Folio G1 with Intel processors were announced at CES 2016 in January 2016.[105][106][107] EliteBook 1030 G1 was announced in May 2016.[108]

  • EliteBook 725 G3: 12.5" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 745 G3: 14.0" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 755 G3: 15.6" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 820 G3: 12.5" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 840 G3: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 850 G3: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook Folio G1: 12.5" lightweight with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 1030 G1: 13.3" lightweight with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 1040 G3: 14.0" lightweight with Intel processor

HP Elite x2 1012 G1 tablet with Intel processors was introduced with this generation. The product was announced in November 2015.[109]

  • Elite x2 1012 G1: 12.0" tablet with Intel processor
Seventh Generation (2016) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPUChipsetMemoryGraphicsStorageNetworkingScreenWebcamBattery
EliteBook 725 G3 [110]Excavator31.1 x 21.89 x 1.89  cm1.26 kg (2.8 lb) AMD PRO A8-8600B (4C4T[a] 1.6 GHz)
or AMD PRO A10-8700B (4C4T 1.8 GHz)
or AMD PRO A12-8800B (4C4T 2.1 GHz)
up to 32 GB DDR4-1600
(2 SODIMM slots)
AMD Radeon R6 Graphics
or AMD Radeon R7 Graphics (A12)
one M.2 2280 drive
one 2.5" drive
Broadcom 5762 GbE with DASH
Realtek RTL8188EE (802.11n)
or Broadcom 943228 WLAN (802.11n Bluetooth 4.0)
or Intel Wireless-AC 7265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3110 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
optional NXP NPC100 NFC
12.5" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 12.5" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 12.5" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
720p HD 44 Wh
EliteBook 745 G3 [111]33.8 x 23.7 x 1.89 cm1.54 kg (3.4 lb) 14.0" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
or 14.0" QHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits
or 14.0" QHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits touch
46 Wh
EliteBook 755 G3 [112]38.33 x 25.77 x 1.94 cm1.86 kg (4.1 lb) 15.6" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 15.6" FHD WLED SVA 400:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 15.6" FHD WLED SVA 400:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
EliteBook 820 G3 [113]Skylake31.0 x 21.89 x 1.89 cm1.26 kg (2.8 lb) Intel Core i3-6100U (2C4T 2.3 GHz)
or i5-6200U (2C4T 2.3 GHz)
or i5-6300U (vPro 2C4T 2.4 GHz)
or i7-6500U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i7-6600U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
up to 64 GB DDR4-2133
(2 SODIMM slots)
Intel HD Graphics 520 Intel I219-V GbE
or Intel I219-LM GbE (vPro)
Intel Wireless-AC 3165 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 8260 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3110 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
optional NXP NPC100 NFC
all EliteBook 725 G3 options44 Wh
EliteBook 840 G3 [114]33.8 x 23.7 x 1.89 cm1.48 kg (3.3 lb) 14.0" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 200:1 60 Hz 275 nits Sure View
or 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 14.0" QHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits
46 Wh
EliteBook 850 G3 [115]38.33 x 25.77 x 1.94 cm1.84 kg (4.1 lb) Intel HD Graphics 520
optional AMD Radeon R7 M365X (1GB GDDR5)
all EliteBook 755 G3 options
or 15.6" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 15.6" UHD WLED UWVA 1000:1 60 Hz 340 nits
EliteBook Folio G1 [116]29.2 x 20.9 x 1.24 cm0.97 kg (2.1 lb) Intel Core m3-6Y30 (2C4T 900 MHz)
or m5-6Y54 (2C4T 1.1 GHz)
or m5-6Y57 (vPro 2C4T 1.1 GHz)
or m7-6Y75 (vPro 2C4T 1.2 GHz)
up to 8 GB LPDDR3-1866
(soldered)
Intel HD Graphics 515 one M.2 2280 drive Intel Wireless-AC 8260 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)12.5" FHD WLED UWVA
or 12.5" FHD WLED UWVA touch
12.5" FHD WLED UWVA Light weight
12.5" UHD WLED UWVA touch
38 Wh
EliteBook 1030 G1 [117]31 x 21 x 1.57 cm1.15 kg (2.5 lb) Intel Core m5-6Y54 (2C4T 1.1 GHz)
or m5-6Y57 (vPro 2C4T 1.1 GHz)
or m7-6Y75 (vPro 2C4T 1.2 GHz)
up to 16 GB LPDDR3-1866
(soldered)
Intel Wireless-AC 8260 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional NFC
13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 1000:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 13.3" QHD+ WLED UWVA 1000:1 60 Hz 300 nits
40 Wh
EliteBook 1040 G3 [118]33.7 x 23.45 x 1.58 cm1.43 kg (3.2 lb) Intel Core i5-6200U (2C4T 2.3 GHz)
or i5-6300U (vPro 2C4T 2.4 GHz)
or i7-6500U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i7-6600U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
up to 16 GB DDR4-2133
(soldered)
Intel HD Graphics 520 Intel I218-LM GbE
Intel Wireless-AC 8260 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3110 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
optional NFC
14.0" FHD WLED SVA 500:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 200:1 60 Hz 275 nits Sure View
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 200:1 60 Hz 275 nits touch Sure View
or 14.0" QHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits
or 14.0" QHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits touch
45.6 Wh
Elite x2 1012 G1 [119]300 x 213.5 x 8.05 mm0.802 kg (1.77 lb) All EliteBook Folio G1 options up to 8 GB LPDDR3-1866
(soldered)
Intel HD Graphics 515 Intel Wireless-AC 8260 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 18260 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2 WiGig)
optional HP hs3110 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
or HP lt4225 LTE/EV-DO Gobi 4G WWAN
or HP lt4226 LTE/HSPA+ Gobi 4G WWAN
12.0" WUXGA WLED UWVA 60 Hz 340 nits touch2MP 1080p FHD (front)
5MP 1080p FHD (back)
40 Wh
  1. ^2 full-functional cores + 2 float-point

Eighth generation[edit]

This generation of EliteBook notebooks feature Intel Kaby Lake processors or AMD ExcavatorBristol Ridge processors. EliteBook 725 G4, 745 G4 and 755 G4 with AMD processors were announced in November 2016.[120] EliteBook 820 G4, 840 G4 and 850 G4 with Intel processors were announced in December 2016.[121] EliteBook x360 1030 G2 was announced at CES 2017 in January 2017.[122] EliteBook x360 1020 G2 and 1040 G4 were announced in September 2017.[123] A refresh model, EliteBook 840r G4, was released in April 2018 with Intel Kaby Lake R processors as options.[124]

  • EliteBook 725 G4: 12.5" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 745 G4: 14.0" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 755 G4: 15.6" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 820 G4: 12.5" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 840 G4: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 850 G4: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 840r G4: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook x360 1020 G2: 12.5" lightweight convertible with Intel processor
  • EliteBook x360 1030 G2: 13.3" lightweight convertible with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 1040 G4: 14.0" lightweight with Intel processor

HP Elite x2 1012 G2 tablet with Intel processors was introduced with this generation. The product was announced in May 2017.[125]

  • Elite x2 1012 G2: 12.3" tablet with Intel processor
Eighth Generation (2017) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPUChipsetMemoryGraphicsStorageNetworkingScreenWebcamBattery
EliteBook 725 G4 [126]Excavator31.0 x 21.89 x 1.89 cm1.26 kg (2.8 lb) AMD PRO A8-9600B (4C4T 2.4 GHz)
or AMD PRO A10-8730B (4C4T 2.4 GHz)
or AMD PRO A12-8830B (4C4T 2.5 GHz)
or AMD PRO A12-9800B (4C4T 2.7 GHz)
up to 64GB DDR4-1866
(2 SODIMM slots)
AMD Radeon R5 Graphics
or AMD Radeon R7 Graphics (A12)
one M.2 2280 drive
one 2.5" drive
Broadcom 5762 GbE with DASH
Realtek RTL8723BE-VB WLAN (802.11n Bluetooth 4.0)
or Intel Wireless-AC 3168 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 7265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3210 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
or HP It4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
optional NXP NPC100 NFC
12.5" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 12.5" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 12.5" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
720p HD 44 Wh
or 49 Wh
EliteBook 745 G4 [127]33.77 x 23.61 x 1.88 cm1.48 kg (3.3 lb) 14.0" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
or 14.0" QHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits
46 Wh
or 51 Wh
EliteBook 755 G4 [128]38.34 x 25.64 x 1.92 cm1.84 kg (4.1 lb) 15.6" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits
or 15.6" FHD WLED SVA 400:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 15.6" FHD WLED SVA 400:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
EliteBook 820 G4 [129]Kaby Lake31.0 x 21.89 x 1.89 cm1.26 kg (2.8 lb) Intel Core i3-7100U (2C4T 2.4 GHz)
or i5-7200U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i5-7300U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
or i7-7500U (2C4T 2.7 GHz)
or i7-7600U (vPro 2C4T 2.8 GHz)
up to 64 GB DDR4-2133
(2 SODIMM slots)
Intel HD Graphics 620 Intel I219-V GbE
or Intel I219-LM GbE (vPro)
Intel Wireless-AC 3168 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3210 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
or HP It4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
optional NXP NPC100 NFC
all EliteBook 725 G4 options49 Wh
EliteBook 840 G4 [130]33.8 x 23.7 x 1.89 cm1.48 kg (3.3 lb) all EliteBook 745 G4 options
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 200:1 60 Hz 275 nits Sure View
or 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits
51 Wh
EliteBook 850 G4 [131]38.36 x 25.77 x 1.94 cm1.84 kg (4.1 lb) Intel HD Graphics 620
optional AMD Radeon R7 M465 (2 GB GDDR5)
all EliteBook 755 G4 options
or 15.6" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 300 nits
or 15.6" UHD WLED UWVA 1000:1 60 Hz 340 nits
EliteBook 840r G4 [132]33.8 x 23.7 x 1.89 cm1.5 kg (3.3 lb) Intel Core i5-7200U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i5-7300U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
Intel HD Graphics 620 Intel I219-V GbE
or Intel I219-LM GbE (vPro)
Realtek RTL8822BE WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP lt4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
or Intel XMM 7360 LTE-Advanced Cat 9 WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
14.0" HD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 14.0" FHD WLED SVA 300:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch
Kaby Lake RIntel Core i5-8250U (4C8T 1.6 GHz)
or i5-8350U (vPro 4C8T 1.7 GHz)
or i7-8550U (4C8T 1.8 GHz)
or i7-8650U (vPro 4C8T 1.9 GHz)
up to 64 GB DDR4-2400
(2 SODIMM slots)
Intel UHD Graphics 620
EliteBook x360 1020 G2 [133]Kaby Lake28.98 x 20.37 x 1.35 cm1.13 kg (2.5 lb) Intel Core i5-7200U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i5-7300U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
or i7-7500U (2C4T 2.7 GHz)
or i7-7600U (vPro 2C4T 2.8 GHz)
up to 16 GB LPDDR3-1866
(soldered)
Intel HD Graphics 620 one M.2 2280 drive Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
12.5" FHD WLED UWVA 800:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC touch
or 12.5" UHD WLED UWVA 1000:1 60 Hz 400 nits 95% NTSC touch
720p HD with IR 49.28 Wh
EliteBook x360 1030 G2 [134]31.70 x 21.84 x 1.50 cm1.28 kg (2.8 lb) up to 16 GB DDR4-2133
(soldered)
Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3210 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP It4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 800:1 60 Hz 300 nits touch
or 13.3" UHD WLED UWVA 1400:1 60 Hz 340 nits touch
57 Wh
EliteBook 1040 G4 [135]32.89 x 23.29 x 1.60 cm1.35 kg (3.0 lb) Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3210 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
or HP It4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 340 nits 72% NTSC touch
or 14.0" UHD WLED UWVA 1200:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC touch
67 Wh
32.89 x 23.29 x 1.60 cm1.519 kg (3.35 lb) Intel i7-7820HQ (vPro 4C8T 2.9 GHz) Intel QM175 Intel HD Graphics 630
Elite x2 1012 G2 [136]299.72 x 213.36 x 7.62 mm0.80286 kg (1.7700 lb) Intel Core i3-7200U (2C4T 2.4 GHz)
or i5-7200U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i5-7300U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
or i7-7600U (vPro 2C4T 2.8 GHz)
up to 16 GB LPDDR3-1866
(soldered)
Intel HD Graphics 620 Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP hs3210 HSPA+ WWAN
or HP lt4120 Qualcomm Snapdragon X5 LTE WWAN
or HP It4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
or HP lt4225 LTE/EV-DO Gobi 4G WWAN
or HP lt4226 LTE/HSPA+ Gobi 4G WWAN
12.3" 2736x1824 WLED UWVA 60 Hz 450 nits 72% NTSC touch 5MP 1080p FHD with IR (front)
8MP 1080p FHD (back)
47Wh

Ninth generation[edit]

This generation of EliteBook notebooks feature Intel Kaby Lake, Kaby Lake R and Coffee Lake processors or AMD ZenRaven Ridge processors. EliteBook 830 G5, 840 G5 and 850 G5 with Intel Core processors were announced in February 2018.[137] EliteBook 735 G5, 745 G5 and 755 G5 with AMD processors were announced in May 2018.[138] EliteBook 1050 G1 with Intel Coffee Lake processors was also announced in May 2018.[139] One of the two lightweight convertibles, EliteBook x360 1030 G3 was announced in May 2018, and followed by EliteBook x360 1040 G5 announced in October 2018.[140][141] Another convertible, EliteBook x360 830 G5, was announced at CES 2019 in January 2019.[142] The EliteBook x360 1020 model was discontinued in this generation.[143]

  • EliteBook 735 G5: 13.3" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 745 G5: 14.0" mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook 755 G5: 15.6" Mainstream with AMD processor
  • EliteBook x360 830 G5: 13.3" mainstream convertible with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 830 G5: 13.3" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 840 G5: 14.0" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 850 G5: 15.6" mainstream with Intel processor
  • EliteBook x360 1030 G3: 13.3" lightweight convertible with Intel processor
  • EliteBook x360 1040 G5: 14.0" lightweight convertible with Intel processor
  • EliteBook 1050 G1: 15.6" lightweight with Intel processor

HP Elite x2 1013 G3 tablet with Intel processors was introduced with this generation. The product was announced in May 2018.[144]

  • Elite x2 1013 G3: 13" tablet with Intel processor
Ninth Generation (2018) Specification
Model Platform DimensionsWeight (min)CPUChipsetMemoryGraphicsStorageNetworkingScreenWebcamBattery
EliteBook 735 G5 [145]Zen31.03 x 22.94 x 1.78 cm1.33 kg (2.9 lb) AMD Ryzen 3 PRO 2300U (4C4T 2.0 GHz)
or AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 2500U (4C8T 2.0 GHz)
or AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U (4C8T 2.2 GHz)
up to 64 GB DDR4-2400
(2 SODIMM slots)
AMD Radeon
Vega 6 Graphics (Ryzen 3)
or Vega 8 Graphics (Ryzen 5)
or Vega 10 Graphics (Ryzen 7)
one M.2 2280 drive Realtek PCIe GbE
Realtek RTL8822BE WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP lt4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
or Intel XMM 7360 LTE-Advanced Cat 9 WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 120 Hz 300 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) Sure View
720p HD
or 720p HD with IR
50 Wh
EliteBook 745 G5 [146]32.6 x 23.4 x 1.79 cm1.48 kg (3.3 lb) 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch
or 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 120 Hz 700 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) Sure View
EliteBook 755 G5 [147]37.08 x 25.17 x 1.83 cm1.86 kg (4.1 lb) 15.6" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
15.6" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch
or 15.6" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC)
or 15.6" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 120 Hz 650 nits 72% NTSC 8 bits Sure View
56 Wh
EliteBook x360 830 G5 [148]Kaby Lake R30.66 x 21.52 x 1.69 cm1.35 kg (3.0 lb) Intel Core i3-8130U (2C4T 2.2 GHz)
or i5-8250U (4C8T 1.6 GHz)
or i5-8350U (vPro 4C8T 1.7 GHz)
or i7-8550U (4C8T 1.8 GHz)
or i7-8650U (vPro 4C8T 1.9 GHz)
Intel UHD Graphics 620 Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional Intel XMM 7262 LTE-Advanced Cat 6 WWAN
or Intel XMM 7360 LTE-Advanced Cat 9 WWAN
or Intel XMM 7560 LTE-Advanced Pro Cat 16 WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 60 Hz 220 nits 45% NTSC 6 bits touch
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 1500:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 8 bits touch
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 2000:1 60 Hz 1000 nits 72% NTSC 8 bits touch Sure View
53 Wh
EliteBook 830 G5 [149]Kaby Lake31.04 x 22.94 x 1.78 cm1.338 kg (2.95 lb) Intel Core i5-7200U (2C4T 2.5 GHz)
or i5-7300U (vPro 2C4T 2.6 GHz)
or i7-7500U (2C4T 2.7 GHz)
or i7-7600U (vPro 2C4T 2.8 GHz)
Intel HD Graphics 620 Intel I219-V GbE
or Intel I219-LM GbE (vPro)
Realtek RTL8822BE WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
or Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP lt4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
or Intel XMM 7360 LTE-Advanced Cat 9 WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
all EliteBook 735 G5 options
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 120 Hz 300 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch Sure View
50 Wh
Kaby Lake RIntel Core i5-8250U (4C8T 1.6 GHz)
or i5-8350U (vPro 4C8T 1.7 GHz)
or i7-8550U (4C8T 1.8 GHz)
or i7-8650U (vPro 4C8T 1.9 GHz)
Intel UHD Graphics 620
EliteBook 840 G5 [150]Kaby Lake32.61 x 23.42 x 1.80 cm1.48 kg (3.3 lb) all EliteBook 830 G5 Kaby Lake options Intel HD Graphics 620
optional AMD Radeon RX 540 (2 GB GDDR5)
all EliteBook 745 G5 options
or 14.0" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 120 Hz 700 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch Sure View
14.0" UHD WLED UWVA 1200:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 8 bits
Kaby Lake Rall EliteBook 830 G5 Kaby Lake R options Intel UHD Graphics 620
optional AMD Radeon RX 540 (2 GB GDDR5)
EliteBook 850 G5 [151]Kaby Lake37.08 x 25.17 x 1.83 cm1.78 kg (3.9 lb) all EliteBook 830 G5 Kaby Lake options all EliteBook 840 G5 Kaby Lake options all EliteBook 755 G5 options
or 15.6" UHD WLED UWVA 1200:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 8 bits
56 Wh
Kaby Lake Rall EliteBook 830 G5 Kaby Lake R options all EliteBook 840 G5 Kaby Lake R options
EliteBook x360 1030 G3 [152]30.58 x 20.5 x 1.58 cm1.25 kg (2.8 lb) up to 16 GB LPDDR3-2133
(soldered)
Intel UHD Graphics 620 Intel Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN (802.11ac Bluetooth 4.2)
optional HP lt4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G WWAN
or Intel XMM 7360 LTE-Advanced Cat 9 WWAN
or Qualcomm Snapdragon X12 LTE-Advanced Cat 9 WWAN
optional NXP NPC300 NFC
13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 800:1 60 Hz 400 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits touch
or 13.3" FHD WLED UWVA 600:1 120 Hz 700 nits 72% NTSC 6 bits (+Hi FRC) touch Sure View
or 13.3" UHD WLED UWVA 1400:1 60 Hz 500 nits 72% NTSC 8 bits touch
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HP EliteBook x360 1030 G7 Convertible Review: A Spectre Dragonfly Hybrid

The EliteBook x360 1030 G7 is HP's latest high-end ultra-thin business subnotebook positioned to be above the more affordable EliteBook 830 or ProBook families. It is, in many ways, the gray version of the more visually ravishing HP Elite Dragonfly. Nonetheless, the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 introduces several changes both inside and out to make it better than both the outgoing EliteBook x360 1030 G4 and first generation Dragonfly.

SKUs are plentiful ranging from the 10th gen Core i5-10210U up to the Core i7-10810U CPU with vPro, FHD to 4K UHD AMOLED touchscreen, 8 GB to 32 GB of LPDDR4-2933 RAM, and up to 2 TB of storage with optional Optane 3D Xpoint. All configurations come with Comet Lake-U CPUs, Gorilla Glass, and integrated UHD Graphics 620. Our specific test unit is a mid-range SKU with the Core i7-10810U CPU, FHD display, and 16 GB of RAM for approximately $2400 USD.

Competitors to the EliteBook x360 1030 G7 include the Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Yoga, Dell XPS 13 2-in-1, Asus ZenBook S Flip, and other ultra-thin subnotebooks designed for office use.

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