Some updates to the latest models featured laptop seems to have just done by HP to further strengthen its market competitiveness in the business segment. The model in question is the HP ProBook 430 G4 are supposedly ready to bring the power of the latest generation of Intel Kaby Lake in order to deliver optimal performance.
As one of the pioneering manufacturers pretty consistently offer business notebook models with the support of processor power the latest generation of Intel Kaby Lake, HP is expected to be able to dominate the market in the segment of the business and the business in the future.
Beginning with the device of the ProBook series representing the entrance to the business segment, followed by a much more expensive EliteBooks. Compared with segmented consumer laptop, the laptop business segment is said to be more focused on the security and good input devices.
To support greater mobility, the HP ProBook 430 G4 has a slim figure, robust and resilient. Based on the feasibility test MIL-STD 810G that is, the laptop is also reputedly resistant to extreme conditions such as bumps and drops of water though.
On the side of the power on his own performance, a laptop running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Edition turns out has been equipped with an Intel Core i7-7500U processor support 2.7 GHz (up to 3.5 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost), GPU HD Graphics 620 and 8 GB DDR4 SDRAM memory , As for storage space itself, this laptop turns out has been equipped with a 256GB SSD.
In addition to the durability of batteries capable of up to 13.25 hours, a 13.3-inch HD laptop is also equipped with a variety of powerful security features such as HP biosphere, HP Fingerprint Reader, HP Drive Encryption, Security lock slot, Preboot Authentication and HP Security Manager, and TPM 2.0 (1.2 optional)