California based Hewlett- Packard has revealed a new range of laptops for small businesses; named as HP ProBook series of business notebooks, that are reasonable and readily available for small street vendors. The new series of laptops are touch screen enabled and will provide tough competition to rivals companies Lenovo, Dell, and Apple, as reported by Dean Takahashi of VentureBeat.
On the other hand smartphones and tablets have entered into our lives; HP wants to stick to PC’s with light and sleek models. HP promotes the product on the basis of the multiple operating systems, devices and chips. The new laptop have 10 finger touch screens enabled with swipes, tabs and touches a regular usage while using the computer. The ProBook series possess performance, quality and good design combining print into proper business environment.
The new series of HP are consist of five ranges HP 430, 440, 445, 450 and 470.The HP 200 series notebooks possess the sizes varying from 14 to 15.6 inches, with inbuilt wireless processors and other software features. Both the HP ProBook 400 Series and HP 200 Series are expected to be available in the U.S. this month. The HP ProBook 400 series starts at $499, reports Venturebeat.