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HP Laptops and Netbooks

HP are an industry giant with over 75 years of experience in their field. The outstanding build quality of HP laptops and netbooks are a testament to the company’s attention to detail and expertise. The variety of different models are suited for different lifestyles. The Chromebook is perfect for those whose work is based mainly online and are constantly on the go, whereas the latest HP Spectre is a mix of artistic design and useful computing features, perfect for personal use.

HP ProBook 455 G4

The HP ProBook 455 G4 is a laptop built for business. With Windows 10 Professional already built-in, all you need to do is open this HP laptop to get straight to work. The AMD A-series processor outputs 2.9Hz, making light work of moving from programme to programme. The 1920x1080 pixel resolution ensures that the display outputs full HD, making details more defined and colours more bright.

HP Spectre laptop

Artisan in design, the HP Spectre laptop is in a league of its own. Made with carbon fibre and aluminium, this laptop exudes luxury. The two-tone copper and black design creates a striking contrast, bringing beauty to computing. The edge-to-edge display is covered in Gorilla Glass, protecting against any potential scratches and cracks. The backlit keyboard and trackpad allow for enhanced visibility in low light environments so you can type in any situation.

The Intel Core 17 processor dynamically adjusts to your workload whilst the 8GB of RAM allows you to switch between various programmes with ease.

HP Chromebook

For those who need to work on the go with files and programmes based mainly in the cloud and online, the HP Chromebook may fulfil your needs. Using Chrome OS - Google’s very own operating system - the HP Chromebook features an Intel Celeron processor that runs strongly at 2.16GHz. Paired with 16GB of SSD space and 2GB of SDRAM, this lightweight HP netbook can handle everyday tasks with no problem.

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