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HP ProBook 440 G4 Laptop Price in Pakistan

 39,500

HP ProBook 440 G4 Laptop Price in Pakistan

 

Intel Core i3 7th gen

8GB DVDR4 RAM

500GB SSD

14` HD LED Screen

FingerPrint Reader

Bluetooth

Color : SILVER

Description

HP ProBook 440 G4 Laptop Price in Pakistan

 

 

Intel Core i3 7th gen

8GB DVDR4 RAM

500GB SSD

14` HD LED Screen

FingerPrint Reader

Bluetooth

Color : SILVER

HP ProBook 440 G4 (Core i7, Full-HD) Notebook Review

Bad display. HP’s 14-inch business laptop also gets the Kaby Lake update. However, as with the larger 15-inch sibling we are not convinced by the display.

We have already reviewed the 13, 15 and 17-inch models of the HP ProBook 400 lineup, so only the 14-inch laptop remains. This laptop series represents entry-level business solutions, followed by the ProBook 600-series as well as the EliteBook 800-series, where updates have just been announced. The three models we have tested so far have left a positive impression for the most part.

Our test model today carries the designation ProBook 440 G4-Y8B51EA and is one of the most expensive SKUs at 1050 Euros (~$1127). It is equipped with a fast Core i7 processor, 8 GB DDR4 RAM, a dual-storage solution (SSD+HDD) as well as a dedicated GeForce graphics card from Nvidia. The most obvious drawback is the display, which features the Full HD resolution, but is only based on the TN technology.

Case

The case of the ProBook 440 G4 basically only differs from its siblings in terms of the size. HP uses a silver plastic chassis, which has been reinforced with aluminum on the top of the base unit. There are still black elements such as the keyboard or the display frame, but the lid is now silver as well, while the predecessor had a black lid.

The stability is very decent and only slightly worse compared to the more compact 430 G4. Pressure is not a big problem for the base and we can only notice minimal bouncing in the center of the keyboard area when you type with a lot of force. We only noticed quiet creaking sounds when we used the laptop in practice. The weak spot is still the thin display cover, where pressure will quickly result in ripples on the screen. We liked the hinge much better. The fourth generation now uses a drop-down mechanism, which is well-adjusted and can be opened with just one hand, but the maximum opening angle is not that generous at around 130 degrees. At the bottom are two maintenance hatches secured by a Philips screw and some plastic clips. The battery cannot be removed easily.

Both the build quality and the stability of the case are very decent in general. However, more expensive business notebooks as well as premium consumer notebooks with unibody constructions are even better in this respect.

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