This week, HP debuted a new lineup of desktop and laptop PCs fine-tuned for small business owners.
Pricing for the machines has not yet been announced, but HP says the lineup features capable hardware priced for business users on a budget.
Launch dates aren’t yet known, but interested buyers can sign up to be notified when the machines are available; potential buyers can also view full specifications here.
HP ProDesk 400 G1 series
HP’s ProDesk 400 G1 series desktop PCs pack Intel Pentium or Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, up to 16GB of RAM and as much as 2TB of internal storage. The Windows-powered PCs are available with Intel HD integrated graphics and several discrete graphics card options from AMD and Nvidia.
Users can pick between a traditional micro tower design and an even tinier “small form factor” chassis.
The machines ship with HP Client Security software preinstalled, as well as a self-encrypting hard drive and other options to help keep company data secure.
HP ProDesk 405
The speedier ProDesk 405 G1 machine packs the same software features as the 400 G1 series in a micro tower design. The lineup comes with a choice of AMD quad-core A6-5200, A4-5000 and E1-2500 processors.
Buyers can outfit the machine with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 2TB of internal storage.
HP 200 G1 and 300 G1 series laptops
The new HP 200 G1 business laptop series is equipped with a choice of Intel i3 Core processor or AMD dual- or quad-core processors, starting at $399.
Meanwhile, HP’s 300 G1 laptop boasts i5 processors and more powerful graphics options.