HP Unveils AI-Ready PCs

New business laptops leverage NVIDIA technology for artificial intelligence capabilities.

New business laptops leverage NVIDIA technology for artificial intelligence capabilities.

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HP Inc. announced a new portfolio of AI PCs, including the new AI HP Elite and Pro PCs, featuring Copilot in Windows7 and Windows 11 Pro8, and Z by HP mobile workstations.

“At HP, our mission is to empower companies to capitalize on the power of AI, sparking ambitious and meaningful progress in every organization,” said Alex Cho, President of Personal Systems, HP Inc. “We are proud to represent the industry’s broadest portfolio of AI PCs. By harnessing AI as a personal tool, we are creating more personalized and meaningful work experiences, revolutionizing the way we interact with technology and each other in the workplace.”

The newest generation of AI HP ZBook mobile workstations include a broad range of CPUs including Intel Core Ultra 5, 7 and 9 processors or next-generation AMD Ryzen PRO processors with dedicated NPUs.

HP ZBook Power G11: A high-performance computing solution with a new premium 16-in. design with pro-grade components for running AI development and conceptual design applications. Featuring up to an NVIDIA RTX 3000 Ada Laptop GPU, the HP ZBook Power G11 is designed to handle 3D modeling, AI-powered content creation, and heavy multitasking. It’s also configurable with the new NVIDIA RTX 500 and 1000 Ada Generation Laptop GPUs that provide the benefits of NVIDIA’s latest GPU architecture.

HP ZBook Fury G11: The ZBook Fury enables AI acceleration for editing 8K videos, advanced 3D rendering, VFX, or tuning and running local AI models. Advanced thermal technology ensures optimal efficiency during demanding tasks offering up to a desktop-class Intel Core HX processor for pro performance and up to an NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Laptop GPU. 

HP ZBook Studio G11: According to the company, the ZBook Studio allows users to build complex assemblies, bring AI capabilities to content creation tools, render in real-time, and visualize data on the go.

HP ZBook Firefly G11: The ZBook Firefly enables project management from anywhere and is equipped with AI-accelerated performance with the NVIDIA RTX A500 Laptop GPU.

The latest HP Elite and Pro PC solutions are equipped with AI capabilities powered by Intel Core Ultra 5 and 7 processors or next-generation AMD Ryzen PRO processors with dedicated NPUs. 

The new computers include:

HP Elite 1000 Series G11 Notebook PCs: The series is designed to deliver up to 80% better graphics performance, up to 38% less power for AI-enhanced collaboration, and up to 132% faster AI video editing compared to the previous generation. Over 70% of major parts contain recycled materials, including recycled fishnets in the keyboard. Additionally, power data tracking and suggestions help reduce energy use, the company says.

HP EliteBook 800 and 805 Series G11 Notebook PCs: The new series is equipped with Intel Core Ultra 5 and 7 processors10 11 or next-generation AMD Ryzen PRO processors. These PCs contain at least 75% PCR plastic in the bezel.

HP EliteBook 600 and 605 Series G11 Notebook PCs: According to the company, these PCs tackle demanding business applications so work can be done efficiently and reliably. Devices contain at least 30% PCR plastic in the bezel and at least 50% PCR plastic in the keycaps. 

HP ProBook 400 and 405 Series G11 Notebook PCs: Designed for hybrid workers splitting time between the office and home. The series contains 50% post-industrial recycled stamped aluminum in the chassis.

HP Elite Small Form Factor 805 G9 Desktop PC: Includes boosted connectivity to take advantage of cloud-based AI applications like Copilot in Windows7 with Wi-Fi 7 capability and an optional integrated NPU in select models with Ryzen AI, including AMD Radeon RX 6300 2GB graphics, or NVIDIA T400 4GB discrete graphics.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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