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HP Announces New Chromebooks with 10th Gen Intel Core Processors

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Powered by 10th Gen Intel Core processors, the HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise is one of the world’s first business Chromebooks based on the Project Athena innovation program. (Credit: HP)

HP announced new laptops and solutions designed to address the evolving needs of business users everywhere, demonstrating the company’s effort to help businesses and remote workers stay productive wherever they may be. The HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise, HP Pro c640 Chromebook Enterprise and HP Chromebook Enterprise 14 G6 are purpose-built for the way people work today. The HP mt22 Mobile Thin Client and HP ThinPro Go help drive seamless transitions to virtual work spaces, especially while working from home.

The HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise makes the most of immersive web, desktop virtualization and Android apps with a stunning, edge-to-edge 13.5-inch diagonal 3:2 display that boasts a 90.1% screen-to-body ratio, the highest ever on a Chromebook1. Powered by 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise is one of the world’s first business Chromebooks based on Intel’s Project Athena innovation program, designed to deliver consistent responsiveness, instant wake and battery life that ambitious people need to focus from anywhere.

Powered by the latest 10th Gen Intel Core processors, the HP Pro c640 Chromebook Enterprise is designed for users to easily navigate work in the cloud. The world’s thinnest 14-inch Chromebook2 with a stylish aluminum exterior, the Chromebook is designed to pass rigorous MIL-STD testing3 and has a backlit keyboard that resists spills up to 350 ml of water.

Also new to the portfolio is the HP Chromebook Enterprise 14 G6. It is completely redesigned to deliver performance and value for front line worker productivity. The laptop’s keyboard can be wiped with popular household wipes4. Users can easily expand their workspace with HDMI and future-ready USB-C.

Read the full news release on HP.com.

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1 Based on HP’s internal analysis of currently shipping Chromebooks as of February 2020 and percent of active plus nonactive viewing area to active viewing area plus border. Measured with lid vertical to the desk.

2 Based on HP’s internal analysis of thinness measured at the hinge for currently shipping Chromebooks with Chromebook Enterprise Upgrade that undergo MIL-STD 810H testing as of January 2020

3 MIL-STD testing is not intended to demonstrate fitness for U.S. Department of Defense contract requirements or for military use. Test results are not a guarantee of future performance under these test conditions. Any accidental damage requires an optional HP Accidental Damage Protection Care Pack.

4 The HP Chromebook 14 G6 keyboard has been tested up to 1,000 wipes to be cleaned with Windex Original Glass & Surface Wipes and Clorox Disinfecting Wipes with EPA Registration Number 5813-79. Do not use wipes on other surfaces of the product. See use guide for cleaning instructions.

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