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In review: HP ProBook 450 G7 8WC04UT. Test unit provided by Computer Upgrade KingWhen configured with the Core i7 CPU, no GeForce GPU, 1080p display, 8 GB of RAM, and 500 GB HDD, the ProBook 450 G7 retails for about $1200 USD on HP.com. When configuring t...
upgradeable RAM, WLAN and storage, GeForce MX250 GPU option, quiet fan during low loads, 2.5-inch SATA III support, can recharge via USB-C, webcam shutter
CPU performance could be better; poor Turbo Boost sustainability, pricier than the AMD Ryzen version, no mouse buttons or TrackPoint, narrow color space, no Thunderbolt 3
As the business segment of the laptop market got a new 15-incher to choose from, we think that HP was a bit lazy with the ProBook 400 G7 series of devices. If you have the older generation, there is almost no reason for you to upgrade. Obviously, the enti...
Up to 32GB of DDR4 2666 MHz memory in dual-channel, A 25W version of the GeForce MX250 inside, Decent keyboard, Wide viewing angles and good contrast ratio, Its display doesn't use PWM to adjust its brightness levels, Fits NVMe drives and has an SD card s...
Covers only 52% of sRGB, Its predecessor is essentially the same laptop but at a lower cost