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  •  Product Description HP EliteBook G7 - " - Core i7 U - vPro - 32 GB RAM - 1 TB SSD - US
  •  Product Type Notebook
  •  Operating System Win 10 Pro bit - English
  •  Platform Technology Intel vPro Platform
  •  Processor Intel Core i7 (10th Gen) U / GHz ( GHz) / 8 MB Cache
  •  Memory 32 GB DDR4 (2 x 16 GB)
  •  Storage 1 TB SSD - NVMe, TLC
  •  Optical Drive No optical drive
  •  Display " WLED touchscreen x / Full HD @ 60 Hz
  •  Graphics Intel UHD Graphics
  •  Input Device ClickPad
  •  Keyboard US
  •  Keyboard Backlight Yes
  •  Integrated Webcam Yes
  •  Networking a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Bluetooth
  •  Battery 3-cell
  •  Features Hall sensor
  •  Security Trusted Platform Module (TPM ) and firmware (TPM ), smart card reader
  •  Dimensions (WxDxH) in x in x in
  •  Weight 3 lbs
  •  Localization Language: English / region: United States
  •  Environmental Standards TCO Certified Notebooks 8, ENERGY STAR Qualified
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HP Elitebook G7 (1D0G3UT) Laptop (10th Gen Core i7/ 8GB/ GB SSD/ Win 10)

ProcessorMore cores result in better parallelism, meaning more tasks can be processed in parallel without slowing down the User Interface.MemorySSD (Solid State Drive) is up to 30% faster than HDD, which increases performance and gives fast bootup.Lots of RAM means more applications can run at the same time, which makes the laptop faster. But considering this price range you can get more RAM than this.GeneralLight weight laptops are easier to handle without tiring your lap.Most of the games and apps are available for this OS, and it's a popular choice now a days.Latest Windows OS with a new look and style, which gives smooth and better experience.More features are available in this variant than the basic variants.Bit windows gives improved performance because of the larger quantity of available memory in theory and some advanced softwares may not support Bit.DisplayMakes viewing a display more pleasant for most people, and reduces eyestrain.Images, videos and text will look more sharp and clear.Images, videos will look amazing on this sharp and clear screen. Text will be easier to read.InputHas a camera for video chat on Skype and other apps.ConnectivityUSB is capable of transferring data at up to 10 times as fast as the top speed of USB
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HP EliteBook G7


The first and most important profile (in our opinion) is the Health-Guard &#; when being used with our LM Profiles application, Health-Guard eliminates the harmful Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) and reduces the negative Blue Light which affects our eyes and body. Since it&#;s custom tailored for every panel, it manages to keep the colors perceptually accurate (they may seem strange at first but after a few minutes our brain will start recognizing them as accurate ones &#; that&#;s how Health-Guard differs from alternatives like f.lux).

Now the profile has a higher color temperature which makes is suitable for working through the whole day (not only at night) and simulates paper so the pressure on the eyes is greatly reduced.

Pro Tip: As the Health-Guard profile simulates paper and has as accurate as possible colors, it could be a great tool for prepress designers!

Left: No Profile | Drag the slider to see the difference | Right: Health-Guard Profile

Design and Gaming

The second profile type is Design and Gaming &#; it combines our previous &#;Web Design&#; and &#;Gaming and Movie Nights&#; profiles in one, so it&#;s aimed at designers who work with colors professionally, and for games and movies as well (or maybe you&#;re a designer who likes to relax with some games or movies from time to time?).

&#;Design and Gaming&#; takes display panels to their limits, making them as accurate as possible in the sRGB IEC standard for Web and HDTV, at white point D

Left: No Profile | Drag the slider to see the difference | Right: Design & Gaming Profile

Just as our previous Gaming profile, this one also regulates the first steps out of black so you can have even faster reflexes when playing in dark virtual environments&#;or just see everything in the darkest scenes in movies.

Left: No Profile | Drag the slider to see the difference | Right: Design & Gaming Profile

Office Work

The third profile is Office Work and it should be used mostly by users who spend most of the time looking at pieces of text, tables or just surfing.

Office Work aims to deliver better distinctness and clarity by keeping a flat gamma curve (), native color temperature and perceptually accurate colors.

Left: No Profile | Drag the slider to see the difference | Right: Office Work Profile

You&#;ll find more information about the profiles HERE.

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HP EliteBook 830 G7 Review - Upgradeable but Compact Ultrabook


EliteBook and EliteBook G7 specs

Price: $2, (EliteBook ); $2, (EliteBook )
CPU: Intel Core iU CPU
GPU: UHD graphics
Storage: GB SSD
Display: inch, p; inch, p
Battery: (EliteBook ); (EliteBook )

HP's Elitebook series can be seen as the Envy equivalent of its business laptops. The idea behind the line is to provide premium features adopted from the flagship EliteBook series notebooks at a lower price without cutting too many corners. In most ways, the EliteBook G7 and G7 are successful in accomplishing that goal. 

As is the case with most new HP systems, the highlight of these laptops is their sleek aluminum chassis, which smartly blends form with function. Looking past the frame, these two EliteBook models get you a solid p display, fast performance, a bevy of security features and a comfortable keyboard — everything you need to finish projects at work or relax after you clock out. 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 price and configuration options

We're bundling the EliteBook and EliteBook G7 into a single review because they're practically identical once you ignore screen size. 

Starting with the inch model, the EliteBook G7 has a base price of $1, when configured with a p display ( nits), an Intel 10th Gen Core iU CPU, 8GB of RAM and a GB PCIe NVMe SSD. Stepping up to an Intel Core iU CPU along with 32GB of Intel Optane memory raises the price to $1,

Our review unit costs $2, and comes with a p display ( nits), a Core iU vPro CPU, 16GB of RAM and a GB SSD. There are tons of other configuration options to consider. I played around on HP.com and configured myself a $3, model with a p Sure View display (1, nits), a Core i7 vPro CPU, 64GB of RAM and a 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD.

The inch EliteBook G7 is a tad pricier. The larger model starts at $1, and comes with a p, nit display, a Core iU CPU, 8GB of RAM and a GB SSD. Our $2, unit was configured with the same specs as our G7: a p, nit panel, a Core iU vPro CPU, 16GB of RAM and a GB SSD. 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 design

I want HP's designers to redo my wardrobe because they have a serious eye for style.

The EliteBook and EliteBook G7 defy the business laptop stereotype, proving that a laptop doesn't need to be chunky and bland to get work done. Borrowing some of the best Spectre x traits, the EliteBook and have a sleek silver aluminum chassis that blends a modern aesthetic with traditional business features. 

These two notebooks might not catch your eye at first glance but a closer look reveals several thoughtful additions. The stylized chrome HP logo looks great centered on the lid, but it's the angled spine adorned with an EliteBook logo and the chrome-trimmed touchpad that give these laptops an added sophistication. 

Begone, bezels! HP trimmed down the bezels on these latest models by up to 39% to achieve an 85% screen-to-body ratio. It's not just about removing those ugly black borders but decreasing the overall footprint of the laptop. To that end, the EliteBook G7 and G7 are % and 9% smaller than their predecessors, respectively.  

HP didn't only design these EliteBooks models for good looks. The tapered front edge of the lid makes the EliteBook and easier to open with one finger while the stylish, triangle-patterned speaker grilles on the deck push sound toward your ears for an unobscured listening experience. Also, on the deck is a fingerprint sensor and a generously sized touchpad (more on that later). 

At x x inches, the pound EliteBook G7 is predictably smaller and lighter than the EliteBook G7 ( x x inches, 3 pounds) and the Dell Latitude ( x x inches, pounds) but even the inch model weighs more than the featherweight Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon ( x x inches, pounds). 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 durability and security

These latest EliteBook models are protected on the inside and out. Having passed 19 military-grade durability tests, the EliteBook G7 and G7 should be capable of withstanding extreme conditions, like high altitudes or scolding temperatures. 

Unfortunately, I have some durability concerns of my own. The EliteBook G7 unit HP sent me makes a loud clicking sound when I press gently on the bottom panel. It sounds like something isn't snapped into place properly.

Protecting your privacy is a fingerprint sensor on the deck and an IR camera above the screen. That webcam can be easily hidden by sliding over a lens cover. What you can't see is a TPM chip, which ensures all data is encrypted before it gets transferred. You also get HP's comprehensive suite of security software from Secure Erase (erases HDDs and SSDs for recycle) to HP Sure Start (BIOS attack detection). 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 ports

Business users won't need dongles or a dock to connect to peripherals thanks to the generous array of ports on these notebooks. 

The EliteBook G7 and EliteBook G7 offer the same ports. On the left side are two USB Type-A inputs, a headphone/mic jack, a Smart Card reader and a Kensington lock

Turning to the right side, you'll find two Thunderbolt 3 ports, an HDMI input and a SIM card slot for LTE connectivity.

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 display

There is no 4K option for either laptop but the p panels on the EliteBook and EliteBook G7 are great — so long as you opt for the nit panel.  

The displays on these two laptops look similar although the EliteBook 's inch, p panel had a cleaner white balance out of the box compared to the slightly murky yellow hue on the EliteBook G7's inch, p display. With either panel, you can expect a sharp, vivid picture you'll appreciate in video chats with your boss or when you're streaming TV shows after you punch out for the day.

In a trailer for Top Gun: Maverick, I could see the Navy logo in sharp detail on the side of a plane in mid-barrel roll. I saw the wrinkles around Tom Cruise's eyes just above his sun-tanned cheeks. The red stripes on his helmet popped against the monochrome cockpit and light blue sky similar to how the ribbons stood out against the Navy service khaki uniforms. Again, these displays are almost identical, but the snow-capped mountains had a purer white hue on the inch laptop. 

According to our colorimeter, the EliteBook G7's panel covers 79% of the DCI-P3 color gamut whereas the EliteBook G7's screen captures 78%. The Latitude has a more vivid display, at 83%, while the ThinkPad X1 Carbon's p panel is duller (78%). The premium laptop average is 83%. 

You won't have problems using the EliteBook G7 and G7 outside, even on bright days. The inch display reached nits of maximum brightness, just short of the peak brightness on the inch model ( nits). Again, the Latitude ( nits) edges out the competition while the ThinkPad X1 Carbon ( nits) was a bit dimmer than the rest and the nit category average.

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 keyboard and touchpad

Between Lenovo's ThinkPads and these EliteBooks, you might want a business laptop for the keyboard alone. I can only think of a few portable laptops as comfortable to type on than these EliteBooks. 

It's the combination of large keys and deep travel that make the EliteBook and EliteBook 's backlit, Chiclet-style keys such a pleasure to use. There is a hefty "click" each time your fingers activate a key followed by a spinginess that lifts your fingers up so they can move to the next letter. 

I don't have any issues with the layout, either. In our current remote working climate, it's nice to have video conferencing controls on the shortcut row so you can quickly mute yourself. And while not everyone at Laptop Mag is a fan of the font, I really like the bold oversized figures on the key caps. 

I typed at words per minute with a 94% accuracy on the 10fastfingers.com typing test, results that are just short of my usual wpm, 95% accuracy averages.

While the typing experience feels identical between these two notebooks, there are some key (pun intended) differences between the and inch models. With its wider footprint, the G7 has room for a few extra keys including a separate row for page up/down, home and end. There is also a right-click key not found on the inch model.  Also on the EliteBook G7 is a rubber pointing stick and accompanying left- and right-click buttons above the touchpad. 

These features are absent on the inch model so if you prefer the rubber nub over the touchpad, go with the EliteBook G7. Speaking of the touchpad, the x inch surface responded to my taps and swipes, executing gestures like pinch-to-zoom and two-finger scrolling. 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 audio

Even without a quad-speaker setup, the EliteBook G7 and G7 produced good crisp audio when I played The Neighborhood's "Pretty Boy." High notes were clear without sounding tinny on the treble-heavy song, and the vocals were forward. The sound wasn't quite loud enough to fill my large living room, but you don't need to keep the laptops at % volume when sitting directly behind them. 

The Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers lacked bass when I played Regard's "Ride It" but the clarity of the electronic instruments was satisfying. 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 performance

Powered by an Intel 10th Gen Core iU CPU and 16GB of RAM, the EliteBook and G7 handled everything I threw at them. My punishing workload involving no less than 30 Google Chrome tabs wasn't a problem for either system. I played a couple of p YouTube videos while streaming the Champions' League draw and didn't notice even a hint of sluggishness.   

This dynamic duo flexed all over the competition in our synthetic benchmark tests, with the EliteBook scoring a 4, and the G7 notching a 4, The Latitude , equipped with an Intel Core iU, proved with its 3, result that splurging on the top-tier CPU variant pays off. Equipped with the same Core iU CPU, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (3,) closed the gap a bit but only the EliteBooks topped the category average (4,).

With so much power to work with, it's no wonder the EliteBook and G7 had no problems converting a 4K video to p using the Handbrake app. It took the inch model 17 minutes and 12 seconds and the inch version 15 minutes and 29 seconds. Rival laptops in the Latitude () and X1 Carbon () needed several additional minutes to complete the same task. 

Transferring files won't take long on these EliteBooks thanks to their speedy SSDs. The G7's GB NVMe PCIe SSD took 52 seconds to convert a 25GB multimedia file equating to a transfer rate of megabytes per second. The smaller model was a tad slower at MBps. I maintain that those are good times, but only the inch EliteBook topped the category average ( MBps) and even it lost out to the X1 Carbon (1, MBps) and Latitude ( MBps). 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 graphics

I hope this is the last laptop I review with UHD graphics. A new era of integrated graphics, led by Iris Plus and Iris Xe, means the UHD graphics in the EliteBook and EliteBook G7 just won't cut it when new models arrive.

The feeble graphics managed to run Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Gathering Storm at an unplayable 12 frames per second on the EliteBook and 11 fps on the inch model. If it's any consultation, and it really shouldn't be, the X1 Carbon (8 fps) and Latitude (9 fps) somehow fared worse. The average premium laptop can play this game at 25 fps.

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 battery life

You can expect about a full day of battery life from these laptops. The EliteBook G7 lasted for 9 hours and 45 minutes on our battery test (continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at nits), just 22 minutes longer than the EliteBook G7 (). 

Those are good if unremarkable runtimes. Dell's Latitude () and the ThinkPad X1 Carbon () both broke the hour mark and the category average (). 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 webcam

You need perfect lighting conditions to get a good image from the EliteBook and G7's p webcam. A selfie I snapped in my dimly lit apartment was a noisy mess. My face became more clear as I neared a window but my skin still looked blotchy. The camera at least captured the reddish hues in my cheeks and the dark blue of my shirt. It's good enough in a pinch if your home or office is well lit, but any other setup would benefit from an external webcam

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 heat

The EliteBook didn't overexert itself in our heat test but the EliteBook had some trouble keeping its cool. 

The bottom panel on the inch model reached 99 degrees Fahrenheit after we played a minute, p video. Fortunately, the center of the keyboard (90 degrees) and the touchpad (79 degrees) stayed below our degree comfort threshold. 

Pushing the EliteBook G7's engine didn't cause it to overheat; the laptop warmed to only 92 degrees and the keyboard and touchpad stayed at a comfy 86 degrees and 78 degrees, respectively.

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 software and warranty

Holy bloatware! OK, it's not all bloatware, but when I opened the Start Menu on the EliteBook, I was bombarded with a baker's dozen of HP apps. Please HP, for the last time (I know it won't be), find a way to package these together because it's unwieldy at this point.

I won't go into detail on every app HP includes, but it's worth spotlighting a few. For instance, HP Workwell prompts you to exercise at times and gives you insight on your work patterns. I get it HP, this lifestyle ain't healthy.

HP Sure Click is a threat-alert software while PC Hardware Diagnostics (along with needing a more creative name) gives you a rundown of how your PC is performing. There's also a power management app, a separate app with documentation, another for support and a JumpStart program for getting your system setup.

But wait, that's not all. Also pre-installed on the EliteBook and are a couple of Intel management programs along with the standard stock of Microsoft apps that appear on all Windows 10 Pro systems.

HP ships the EliteBook G7 and EliteBook G7 with a three-year warranty. See how HP fared on our Tech Support Showdown and Best and Worst Brands special reports. 

Bottom line

Rarely do I review a laptop with as few shortcomings as the EliteBook G7 and EliteBook G7, and yet, I'm not entirely sold. Yes, these systems nail the basics, but they fail to stand out in any way. While they offer a sleek design, a good p display, fast performance and decent battery life, the EliteBook and G7 don't do anything to separate themselves from the competition.

That doesn't mean they aren't the best options. In fact, at the right price, I'd even consider these models over the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, our long-standing best business laptop. It ultimately comes down to pricing -- if you can find these on sale for less than their rivals, then don't hesitate to snag them for your workforce — they'll be happy with their new systems, trust me. 

EliteBook and EliteBook G7 Specs

Displayinch, p; inch, p
CPUIntel Core iU CPU
Price$2, (EliteBook ); $2, (EliteBook )
GPUUHD graphics
Battery (EliteBook ); (EliteBook )
StorageGB SSD


Phillip Tracy is the assistant managing editor at Laptop Mag where he reviews laptops, phones and other gadgets while covering the latest industry news. After graduating with a journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin, Phillip became a tech reporter at the Daily Dot. There, he wrote reviews for a range of gadgets and covered everything from social media trends to cybersecurity. Prior to that, he wrote for RCR Wireless News covering 5G and IoT. When he's not tinkering with devices, you can find Phillip playing video games, reading, traveling or watching soccer.

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