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At the end of the day, the HP ZBook Firefly 14 G8 is a solid offer when it comes to compact mobile workstations. The devil is in the details and that applies to this laptop as well – most of the goodies are optional which isn't good news for most users be...
The cooling solution is quiet no matter the load, The keyboard is silent and it's spill-resistant at the same time, Exceptional battery life, Supports up to 64GB of DDR4 memory (iGPU-only based devices), Thin, light, and well-built, Great touchpad, Option...
Most Quadro T500 configurations are a little bit on the expensive side, Lacks an SD card reader, Most of the goodies are optional, The panel isn't color accurate (LGD06F1)
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Lightweight and sturdy chassis, Beautiful color-accurate display, Good port selection, Long battery life
Top configs can get pricey, Speakers are meh, Performance isn't workstation-worthy
In review: HP ZBook Firefly 14 G8. Test device provided by: HP GermanyIn the configuration before us, the HP ZBook Firefly 14 G8 presents itself as thoroughly improved laptop compared to the Firefly 14 G7 predecessor. The omission of SureView benefits the...
stable case, good input devices, good speakers, two Thunderbolt 4 ports
no LAN port, no card reader, moderate multi-core performance, RAM can't be upgraded
Every time I hear about laptops targeting creatives, I get really excited. The new HP ZBook Firefly G8 seems to be targeted Macbook users pretty hard. Specifically, in their press release, they claim the weight of their 14-inch variant to be around that o...