HP packs lots of intelligent features into every laptop and desktop, so you get more out. More productivity, more cost savings.. that’s why a HP investment isn’t just smart. It’s pure genius.
Value and Selection
HP tries to cover every laptop market segment, from low-cost Windows laptops, to Chromebooks, to mainstream systems, to premium 2-in-1s. HP offers a rich variety of business laptops, from the small-to-medium-size-business-oriented ProBooks, to enterprise-centric EliteBooks, to high-end ZBook graphics workstations. HP’s line of Spectre 2-in-1s stands out for its attractive design and long battery life.
HP pays for the shipping** when you send in a laptop to be serviced. The company blankets all of its systems with a standard one-year limited warranty that isn’t voided when you upgrade your RAM or hard drive.
HP has been including questionably useful software from CyberLink — specifically, PowerDVD and YouCam for media management — in its machines. The company also has been offering 25GB of Dropbox space for six months on a few models, including the Pavilion x360 11 and the Envy 13t
Like a designer during fashion week, HP isn’t afraid of showing a variety of looks. The company does have a few laptops that are Apple-like in their silver-colored presentation (the Pavilion x360 11 and the Envy 13t). But some, like the HP Spectre x360, escape the stereotype by virtue of being undeniably stunning in their lightweight, silvery glory. HP adds some brawn to its beauty, ensuring that the sleek-looking EliteBook Folio 1040 G2 and EliteBook Folio 1020 Special Edition can pass MIL-SPEC 810G durability tests including those for extreme temperatures, dust and vibrations. Laptops that don’t get the aluminum treatment get a splash of color, like the cerulean 15t Touch and the frost-white Pavilion x2 10t.