HP is bringing AMD’s Ryzen 4000 series processors to its ProBook 400 line of business-class laptops.

The 14-inch HP ProBook 445 G7 and the 15.6 inch HP ProBook 455 G7 are both available with up to an 8-core AMD Ryzen 4700U processor, up to 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM, and up to a 512GB SSD or 1TB hard drive.

HP says the new laptops should be available for purchase in late April.

Both laptops feature aluminum lids and keyboard decks, 180-degree hinges, allowing you to fold the screen flat, and support for fast charging — HP says you can get a 50-percent charge by plugging in the laptops for a half hour.

Here are some key specs for each model:

HP ProBook 445 G7

  • Display: 14 inch with options up to a 1080p, 1000-nit display panel
  • Processor: Ryzen 3 4300U/Ryzen 5/4500U/Ryzen 7 4700U
  • Graphics: Radeon Vega
  • RAM: Up to 16GB of DDR4-3200 dual-channel (2 SODIMM slots)
  • Storage: 256GB to 512GB of PCIe NVMe and/or up to 1TB 5400 RPM HDD
  • Ports: 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen-1, 1 x USB 2.0, HDMI 1.4, Gigabit Ethernet, headset, SD card reader
  • Wireless: Up to 802.11ax and Bluetooth 5.0
  • Power: 45Wh battery and 45W or 65W power adapter options
  • Dimensions: 12.8″ x 9.4″ x 0.7″
  • Weight: 3.5 pounds

HP ProBook 455 G7

  • Display: 15.6 inch with options up to a 1080p, 1000-nit display panel
  • Processor: Ryzen 3 4300U/Ryzen 5/4500U/Ryzen 7 4700U
  • Graphics: Radeon Vega
  • RAM: Up to 16GB of DDR4-3200 dual-channel (2 SODIMM slots)
  • Storage: 256GB to 512GB of PCIe NVMe and/or up to 1TB 5400 RPM HDD
  • Ports: 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen-1, 1 x USB 2.0, HDMI 1.4, Gigabit Ethernet, headset, SD card reader
  • Wireless: Up to 802.11ax and Bluetooth 5.0
  • Power: 45Wh battery and 45W or 65W power adapter options
  • Dimensions: 14.4″ x 10.1″ x 0.8″
  • Weight: 4.4 pounds

You may have noticed that the model with a larger display is bigger and heavier… but otherwise the specs are pretty much the same as for the 14 inch model except that there’s a number pad on the right side of the keyboard. Even the battery capacity is the same, which means you’ll probably see longer battery life from the smaller version (since it tends to take more power to output video to a larger display).

Both laptops have a spill-resistant keyboard with optional support for backlit keys. Other options include a fingerprint reader and HP’s Sure View privacy screen technology (that limits viewing angles at the touch of a button).

 

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  1. These models are very attractive.On the CPU part, Powerful in cpu (multi and single core) part and gpu part finally after so many years of intel giving us all, only single core cpu performance for the premium price. Also I am not fan of any companies I am fan of tech and I am very surprised and disappoint for so weak answer intel on amd offer, unlike nvidia, Intel has nothing to offer to keep up with AMD for now and it is very obvious, only huge funding of PR department and some good relation with OEMs keep intel over aprox 80% in CPU market at least on mobile CPU. In my opinion by now amd should been taken at least around 40-50% of market share but as far I can see amd has no resources for that, it is not about hardware offering but on distributing and PR part because AMD simply does not enough money for that because company wants now to become profitable at least, paying debts and ofc accumulate some money for future when Intel will have answer on AMD