HP is launching its seventh generation Elitebook business notebooks, which provide solutions to help workers adapt to the digital transformation of remote working, as the global pandemic continues to disrupt the way people work.
As millions of workers around the world have embraced telecommuting, the manufacturer says it has adapted its PCs to today’s relevant models, in terms of design, security and remote collaboration.
The new generation of laptops is packed with six features to help businesses digitize post-coronavirus workflows and adapt to the changing workplace.
Flexible tools for remote work
This design-driven feature endows their product with versatile qualities, including portable tablets and mode-changing convertibles, ultra-light laptops and desktops capable of performing various digital processes.
Employee Experience: Providing an essential alternative to poorly performing and poorly ergonomic devices, the HP ecosystem promises a premium experience with PCs and accessories that not only help workers work comfortably, but also quickly.
HP surveys have shown that 39% of respondents said difficulty collaborating was the main reason for lack of productivity. HP’s solution is to deliver collaboration-ready technology for a better remote working environment, from Wi-Fi 65 to 5G6 for connectivity to AI noise cancellation for home noise to HP SureShutter7 for instant privacy.
Beyond laptops and tablets, the HP Elite family also comes with accessories to improve productivity; these include monitors to eliminate harmful blue light and portable wireless headsets and mice.
With cyber attacks adapting to new remote endpoints, HP says its latest products are self-healing, able to organically protect, detect and recover cyber attacks before they become a problem. It does this by being less reliant on third-party security software, less manual installation, and more ability to troubleshoot issues remotely.
Advised assistance and management
In order to support devices everywhere, the HP Elite PC offers remote management features, allowing users to access devices securely through multi-factor authentication, facilitated by the next generation.