HP is launching a couple of business-focused products at CES 2019 today. The company’s new Elite line is getting the new EliteBook x360 830 G5, along with a new EliteOne 800 AiO G5 all-in-one, a new EliteDisplay, and the new EliteBook x360 14 G1 Chromebook.
All of HP’s new Elite line of products is getting the third-generation of HP Sure View, it’s a privacy-focused feature designed to protect your data. The feature now works with UHD displays while offering improved battery life. HP Sure View is an optional feature on the new EliteBook x360 830 G5, the new EliteOne 800 AiO G5, as well as the EliteDisplay. When enabled, the feature will make sure that the content of your screen is only visible at a 40-degree angle, so others can’t try to peak at your screen.
The new EliteOne 800 AiO G5 comes with a 23.8-inch screen with tiny bezels surrounding the display. You can get Intel’s Core processors with Intel vPro, as well as up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and a variety of different storage options going up to 2TB. For the graphics, you are getting AMD’s Radeon RX 560 graphics with 4GB of GDDR5 memory.
In terms of the design, the new EliteOne isn’t anything shabby. The thin bezels do give the device a good look, but the stand of the device is pretty disappointing. It comes in two modes: a tilt stand and a recline stand that you can control to work on the display itself. However, you can only get a touchscreen with the models that do not have HP’s Sure View privacy feature.
Moving over to the new EliteBook x360 830 G5, you are getting a 13-inch Full HD display with HP Sure View. HP is calling the device the “world’s brightest business convertible” and that arguably doesn’t really mean anything. What HP is trying to say here is that the display produces up to 1000 nits of brightness on the HP Sure View model, so that is kind of impressive.
Other features of the device include a physical shutter over the camera to protect your privacy, and some noise cancellation features that are designed to improve the clarity of your audio on video/audio calls.
Under the hood, the device is powered by Intel’s 8th gen quad-core Core U-series processors with vPro, up to 2TB of SSD storage, and up to 32GB of RAM. The device notably includes an easily removable back panel that will make upgrades significantly easier.
The audio on both the new EliteOne 800 AiO G5 and the EliteBook x360 830 G5 are tuned by Bang & Olufsen, much like most of the other HP products. Pricing and availability of both the devices are unknown for the time being.