The HP EliteBook 800 series has undergone a waistline trim and a serious performance boost.
The newly updated HP EliteBook 800 series has undergone key changes which see it crossing over into ultra-thin territory for the first time. In particular the new 830 model, which replaces the 12" 820 model promises to provide the same dimensions as the old model with a larger 13.3" display.
All feature the new 8th Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 (7th Gen CPUs are optional in some models).
8th Gen processors are quad core, with performance up to twice as fast for multi-thread aware applications (including Excel and high end professional software for creators, analysts and modellers). Early benchmarks indicate performance approaching the workstation class HQ series of Intel Core processors with considerably lower power usage. Battery performance and heat output remain equivalent to older dual core Intel processors.
Optional AMD 3D graphics
The optional AMD graphics for the 840 and 850 series have been bumped up a class to the AMD RX family. With key performance specifications between 133 and 300% higher for the new AMD Radeon R7 M465 when compared to the older AMD Radeon R7 M465, users of multimedia and visualisation software should see a marked performance improvement (especially with the new Intel CPUs).
All new HP EliteBook 800 series machines are constructed from milled aluminium with an accessible design for servicing, repairs and upgrades. Each is designed and tested to meet the MIL-STD-810G standard. The EliteBook 830 features a new slim bezel design to accommodate a larger screen than the outgoing EliteBook 820. All models are thinner than the models they replace.
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