After carefully reviewing the laptop makers out there, you’ve decided to go with HP. But do you know which model is right for you? Do you want a value-driven Pavilion, a stylish and high-performing Spectre or a superthin Envy? If you’re buying for a business, do you know the difference between an EliteBook and a ProBook?
Here’s a quick guide to HP’s laptop offerings. Below the description for each product line, we’ve listed a few standout models.
Behind the Numbers
HP notebooks have names such as Spectre and Omen, but those names are often followed by numbers. You may not know what makes a ProBook 440 different from a ProBook 650, for instance, but there is a method to this numerical madness. The hundreds digit signifies the class of the device (higher is better), and the tens digit represents the size of the display (4 means 14-inch, and so on). Models with a 5 in the ones column feature AMD processors, and a 0 in that space means the laptop has an Intel processor.
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