HP ZBook 14U G4 Price and Specifications

HP ZBook 14U G4



HP ZBook 14U G4 Price
HP ZBook 14U G4 Specifications 
●CPU Intel Core i7-7600u
●Operating System Windows 10 Pro
●RAM Upgradable to 32GB
●Hard Drive Size 512GB SSD
●Hard Drive Type HP Z Turbo Drive PCIe (MLC)
●Display Size 14
●Resolution 1920 x 1080
●Native Resolution 1920×1080
●Graphics Card AMD FirePro W4190M
●Video Memory 2GB
●Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
●Wi-Fi Model Intel Dual-Band Wireless AC 8265 (2×2) Wife with Bluetooth 4.2
●Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2
●Touchpad Size 3.8 x 2.1 inches
●Ports (excluding USB) Gigabit Ethernet Ports (excluding USB) USB 3.1 with Type-C Ports (excluding USB) Fingerprint Scanner Ports (excluding USB) USB 3.0 Ports (excluding USB) DisplayPort Ports (excluding USB) Smart Card Reader Ports (excluding USB) Combo Headphone/Mic Jack Ports (excluding USB) SIM card Ports (excluding USB) SD card slot Ports (excluding USB) Lock Slot Ports (excluding USB) VGA USB Ports 3
●Card Slots 9-1 card reader
●Warranty/Support 3 year limited warranty
●Size 13.3 x 9.3 x 0.87 inches
●Weight 3.6 pounds
The HP ZBook14U G4 is Lightweight and portable, better performance than most business laptops. At 3.6 pounds and measuring 13.3 x 9.3 x 0.87 inches, the HP ZBook 14u G4 is lighter (yet thicker) than Ultrabook-style mobile workstations. With many workstations being put to use on assembly lines, in chemical plants and at outdoor work sites, the ZBook 14u G4 is built with a work-ready level of ruggedness. The HP ZBook 14u G4 is a beefed-up business machine for the folks whothat need a workstation without the extra bulk. It offers a range of reliability and safety features, like MIL- SPEC- certified construction and guaranteed compatibility with AutoCAD and similar programs, but it’s far from the powerhouse most people expect when buying a workstation. For a slightly more portable business machine without the CAD-capable graphics. The ZBook has passed several MIL-SPEC ruggedness tests for everything from extreme temperatures to operability in dusty environments. It has even been tested for explosive atmosphere in which the air itself may be filled with flammable substances and a stray spark would have disastrous consequences. The ZBook 14u G4 has a healthy selection of ports and features. On the left side of the laptop, you will find an integrated Smart Card reader, a USB 3.0 port with power for charging devices and VGA video output. On the right side of the machine is a second USB 3.0 port, a USB 3.1 with a USB Type-C connection, a compact gigabit Ethernet port and DisplayPort for connecting an external monitor. It also boasts a built-in media-card reader, a combination headphone and microphone jack, and a side- docking connector. The ZBook 14u G4 is compatible with the docking hardware used in previous editions of the portable workstation. Other built-in features include a fingerprint sensor for secure login, near-field communications or NFC, and optional mobile broadband. A built-in lock slot lets you physically secure the laptop, and other built-in security features, like vPro management and HP’s SureStart Gen 3 BIOS-level protection help you feel confident that your data is equally locked down.
 The ZBook 14u G4 has a 14-inch touch display with 1920 x 1080 resolutions. That’s the standard resolution for the ZBook 14u line, but touch is a configurable option.  The ZBook 14u G4’s 14-inch display has full- HD resolution, which will be adequate for most work-related uses, but if you want higher resolutions, you’ll need to look elsewhere. The ZBook 14u G4 has decent color, reproducing 118 percent of the visible sRGB spectrum according to our colorimeter.
The keyboard has built-in backlighting, with three brightness settings, and has a pointing stick set amidst the G, H and B keys. The laptop’s keyboard has 1.5 millimeters of travel. The 3.8 x 2.1 inch touchpad provides accurate and smooth gesture input; while discrete right and left buttons let you click without the ambiguity of a clickpad. A second set of right and left buttons sits above the touchpad, just below the spacebar. They’re used in conjunction with the pointing stick.
The device comes with an Intel Core i7-7600U processor, which is a potent processor for an ultraportable office machine, but relatively anemic for any machine billed as a workstation. The dual-core processor offered decent performance when I streamed videos and had 20 browser tabs open, but that’s a far cry from the usual workload that workstations are expected to shoulder.
The ZBook 14u G4 will more or less get you through a workday without forcing you to use the charger, lasting 7 hours 53 minutes on the Laptop Battery Test (continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi).  In order to offer better portability and reduce the time you’ll spend tethered to a wall socket, the ZBook 14u G4 has HP’s Fast Charge technology. This brings an empty battery up to 50 percent charge in 30 minutes.
The laptop runs on a fairly clean installation of Windows 10 Pro, which includes a few extras, like Skype, Candy CrusSoda Saga and Paint 3D. HP includes a few utilities of its own, like a help and support portal and preloaded HP printer software, but nothing particularly irritating., the Zbook 14u G4 has some ISV certifications, primarily for architecture and construction,, but it lacks without the support for heavy-duty animation and rendering that more powerful workstations are built for. It’s got enough power for applications like AutoCAD, Avid Media Composer, Avid Pro Tools, and Assault Solidworks, but many of the tools and programs you might associate with a workstation are not certified.
The ZBook 14u G4 is covered with a standard 3three-year warranty.


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