Still waiting on price, Dim display on lower tier model
In review: HP EliteBook 840 G8 3E4Q6AA. Test unit provided by HPHP has knocked it out of the park with the EliteBook 840 G8. It's loaded with features including NFC, 5G, Thunderbolt 4, Smart Card, and an optional 1000-nit panel that even Dell or Lenovo ca...
very quiet even when running high loads, easily upgradeable RAM and storage, comfortable keyboard and clickpad, optional 1000-nit panel, long battery life
slower-than-average Core i7-1185G7 performance, cramped Up/Down arrow keys, speakers could be louder, no 4K or OLED options, 16:9 instead of 16:10
From a technical perspective, this laptop is amazing. It has a great battery life (although shorter than that of its predecessor), the performance is okay, and it is blisteringly fast in day-to-day use.HP EliteBook 840 G8's IPS panel has a Full HD resolut...
Decent battery life, PCIe x4 support + 64GB of DDR4 memory in dual-channel, Two Thunderbolt 4 connectors, Wi-Fi 6, and optional 5G support, 97% of sRGB coverage and great color accuracy with our Gaming and Web design profile (IVO X133NVFF R0 (IVO8596)), D...
No SD card reader, Just a minor upgrade over its predecessor