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Rs. 67,260 is the Price Tag HP has decided for Ultra-Slim ProBook

Rs. 67,260 is the Price Tag HP has decided for Ultra-Slim ProBook

Every company seeks to expand its commercial portfolio and HP is one of them. So far it has launched many products and the list continues with Ultra-Slim ProBook. This product on Thursday was released with a price tag of Rs 67,260.

The features are quite fascinating like the Housing a powerful AMD Ryzen quad-core processor. Also, HP has offered the product in ultra-slim form. Its main focus will be on the enhancement of productivity at small and medium businesses (SMBs).

VickramBedi who is currently the Senior Director Personal Systems at HP Inc. India did say that with the new range of HP ProBook the company will be continuing its innovation and meet the expectations of all its users.  A near borderless display will be refined with natural silver that is anodized aluminum. The product is said to open at 180-degree hinge and will be the first of the ProBook 400 series which will be letting the users use the Lay-Flat design.

Also, HP BIOSphere Gen4 is said to available along with HP Client Security Manager G4 so that it can protect confidential information. Further, it will be having HP Connection Optimizer which is a self-healing wireless driver tech and HP fast charge.


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