A Laptop that Adapts to Your Work Style

A Laptop that Adapts to Your Work Style

by December 23, 2021 0 comments

The pandemic has changed our lives and Work from Home has changed to Work from Anywhere. That’s why a powerful, reliable, and robust laptop is essential that works for you in any environment or situation, be it serious business work or personal use. For this, you need to keep in mind some essentials like specs, build quality, display, processor, storage, and audio output to name a few.

Portability and Power

First of all, you need a device that’s both portable and powerful, so that you can easily carry it with you anywhere and yet be able to perform all tasks flawlessly.

The HP EliteBook 840 G8 for instance, is both. It weights only 1.32 kg, has a 14-inch screen, and has a sleek profile with dimensions 32.34 x 21.46 x 1.79 cm (W X D X H). You can therefore easily carry it around anywhere in your home. Being portable doesn’t mean you have to compromise on power. This particular laptop for instance, comes with the latest Intel Core i5 processor, 16 GB RAM and Intel Iris Xᵉ Graphics. On the storage front, it has 512 GB M.2 SSD, which really packs a punch to the system performance.

Battery Backup

Battery life is important as many people may not have power backup at home, or they may not get clean power from the inverter during power cuts. This could damage the laptop’s battery. Here again, the EliteBook has a 3-cell, 53 Wh Li-Ion battery that delivers more than 12 hours of battery life. Plus, it is capable of rapid charging, which charges the battery by 50% in just 30 minutes. Quality of speakers also matters so that in case you have to attend a meeting or listen to music, the sound quality should be loud and clear. So, choose a laptop that has good branded speakers, like Bang and Olufsen.

Silent Operation

Another aspect people may not think about is noiseless operation. If you’re at home and need to work late nights, the last thing you’d want is to disturb others’ sleep by keeping the lights on or have a noisy fan in a laptop. What you, therefore, need to consider is a machine that’s noiseless and has a backlit keyboard.

Connectivity Options

Many times, your broadband Internet connection goes off right in the middle of an important meeting or conference. One option is to have a data card as backup, but many times even those take time to switch on, which basically means that you miss a few precious minutes of your conference or meeting. That’s why nowadays, laptops come with both 4G LTE and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. This ensures that you’re always connected to the Internet no matter what. Some other latest ports standards to consider are Thunderbolt 4, USB 4, and HDMI 2.1. The latest versions support high data transfer rates, which become important because file sizes are becoming bigger.

Security Features for Peace of Mind

Whether at home or office, your data is precious, and therefore your laptop should be able to keep it safe from various threats. Nowadays, business laptops have started coming with a host of security features. The HP EliteBook 840 G8 that we just talked about for instance, has comes with features including Secure Erase, Power-on authentication, Preboot authentication, Sure Click, Sure Sense, Sure Start Gen6, Sure Recover Gen3 and BIOSphere Gen6. All these ensure that all your data is safe and protected. In case a compromise does happen, you can always recover to a previous good state.

There’s even an Absolute persistence module that allows the laptop to heal itself by creating a persistent connection between the device, data, and dashboard. There’s a TPM 2.0 embedded security chip that can sense a virus or malware, and start up the notebook in a quarantine mode to help you fix the problem.

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