HP debuted its latest computer, the ProBook x360 440 G1, which it says is designed to adapt to the way growing businesses and on-the-go professionals work.
The convertible PC is powered by Windows 10 and a high-performance 8th gen Intel Core processor, and employs a versatile 360° design. It also works with the optional HP Active Pen, and can be used with a cable that supports docking via USB-C for desktop set-ups.
It has built-in security from HP, including BIOSphere Gen4, a firmware ecosystem that automates protection of the BIOS, plus commercial-grade durability and easy serviceability. Alongside the high-performance processor and support for USB Type-C docking is a long battery life.
As a convertible, you can use the ultra-slim notebook in four ways: tented, stand, tablet, and traditional laptop.