HP EliteBook 840 G6
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- Model: HP EliteBook 840 G6
- Intel Core i5-8265U Processor (6M Cache, 1.60GHz up to 3.90GHz)
- 8GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM
- 512GB SSD
- 14″ FHD(1920 x 1080)LED-backlit Display
HP EliteBook 840 G6 Full Specification and Price
|Processor||Intel Core i5-8265U Processor (6M Cache, 1.60GHz up to 3.90GHz)|
|Display||14″ diagonal FHD(1920 x 1080) IPS anti-glare LED-backlit Display|
|Memory||8GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM|
|Graphics||Intel UHD Graphics 620|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
|Battery||HP Long Life 3-cell, 50 Wh Li-ion|
|Adapter||HP Smart 65 W External AC power adapter|
|Audio||Bang & Olufsen, dual stereo speakers, 3 multi array microphone|
|Keyboard||HP Premium Collaboration Keyboard, spill resistant with drain|
|WebCam||720p HD camera|
|Network & Wireless Connectivity|
|Wi-Fi||Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 9560 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2×2)|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 5 Combo, non-vPro|
|Ports, Connectors & Slots|
|USB (s)||2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (charging); |
1 x Thunderbolt™ (USB Type-C connector)
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 1.4b|
|Audio Jack Combo||1 x headphone/microphone combo|
|Extra RAM Slot||Yes (Up to 32GB)|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||32.6 x 23.43 x 17.9 cm|
|Weight||Starting at 1.48 kg|
|Warranty Period||1 Month Replacement Warranty|
An expert says his experience about HP EliteBook 840 G6
Well hello, welcome. This is Robin. Today we’re gonna take a look at this laptop right here. This is the HP EliteBook 840 G six. This is a business-class laptop. And looking at the specs online before I started the video. There was just a multitude of different options that you could configure for this guy.
That is a good thing for a business-class laptop so that you can set it up to do whatever you want. If you want it to be minimal power and just be something that people can use as almost a thin client for connecting VDI or maybe just to take for sales or business meetings or something like that.
Then you can set it up like that, or you can beef it up and have it more as a developer or something like that. So this is a very versatile device. But lets before we even get into that let’s just take a look at the device itself is a nice kind of metallic feel to it. And it does fit together really nicely. No real seams or anything like that.
You know nothing, no real rounded edges that don’t together anything. Something that is, you know, just a nitpick for me. But it’s got some venting on the side here and your Kensington lock and then one USB port over here and then a smart card slot.
On the other side, you have a slot for a SIM card. I’m sorry since we got a SIM card or might be an SD card, but it says sim there, so it would be for SIM card and your headphone jack, another USB port HDMI, your network port, this is for the docking station, and you have a USB type C and your power. So that is it as far as the ports go on the back you have nothing on the bottom is more venting and no speakers.
So it’s just the little bumpers and these little squares here also for the docking station. And let’s see the top is nothing but your logo. And that’s it. Nothing else on here. Pretty straightforward, and let’s go ahead and open it up and take a look. You can see it on the screen. It’s got a nice-sized screen bezel that is not too big on the sides.
You have the camera up here at the top and this also has a little shutter that you can open and close. We’re sure it’s a little better mechanism for actually opening and closing it because you’re trying to put some pressure on it and slide it over, unless I’m missing something. And I always feel like I’m going to scratch the camera up when I do that.
So I’m not real fond of how that works on there. Okay. Better view, but that’s basically how that works. I don’t know how she would, you would move that back and forth. You do have I believe these infrared sensors there, but I don’t think they are enabled on this one here. The keyboard is your standard size keyboard.
Nice size trackpad. Buttons in your little pointer do Hickey here in the middle. Which speakers are right up here at the top and I have a fingerprint reader. Now, this is my work laptop from my lovely nine-to-five job that I have. So it is locked down fairly well. So I don’t have a ton of power to it, or I can’t install a bunch of games or anything like that. But again, I’m not going to talk about the performance with it because of how configurable. This is and how many different options you have for processor and memory and disk.
All the different stuff that’s going to greatly affect your performance on this. So with that in mind, let’s go ahead and just take a look at the different specs you can have on here, and we’ll come back and talk about performance. As well. Files Okay, so there are specs and as you can see there are a lot of options.
You can beat this guy up if you want to or trim it down and make it a long, thin client or just something to take to trade shows or something like that. But it’s very, it’s a very nice laptop. It’s got its warning light as it doesn’t have a lot of weight. It’s very sturdy.
I think HP makes great devices. They’re always very well-made. And this one is no different. There’s no creaking or anything like that. It just seems to go well and seems to be very sturdy. I have certainly dropped a few times. Hopefully, my work doesn’t find out about it. But of course, this is like I mentioned my work laptop, so I wasn’t able to put it through a bunch of.
You know, playing games or different things like that on it. As I mentioned, there are a lot of different performance options that you can set on it. So definitely, if it’s not, the version that I had is not powerful enough, you can crank it up and get something that’s got a little bit more power to it and probably handle whatever you’re looking for. But based on just what I have. It works great. It powers up very quickly.
I get into windows and everything runs very quickly. I don’t have any problems running anything. I run your typical office-type stuff, so you know I’m running Microsoft Office, I’m running PowerPoint. I’m running Skype, these types of things. Outlook.
So I mean there’s nothing huge that I’m running that there would put a lot of pressure on it or anything like that. But as I said, it all depends on how you stick it out. So overall, I think this is a nice laptop. As I said, it’s very sturdy, it’s light. It’s think it’s easy to carry.
It’s not very heavy in my backpack check, chugging it back and forth to work every day. So I like using this a lot more than I did the last one that I had. There are a lot of configurations options, so you can spec it out to do whatever you’re looking to do. It’s got all kinds of nice security options as far as the shutter on the camera, you’ve got fingerprint reader, you’ve got the smart card.
It’s got the infrared cameras on there if you want to do the face unlock or something like that. But other than that, I’ve had no problems with it at all. It’s been a great experience. I’m really happy with it. Again, it’s fast. It does everything I need to do. It’s quick to boot up. It’s very sturdy. It’s got a nice feel to it. It looks good.
I don’t have anything any bad things to say about it. At this point, other than, I wish they would have given me a little bit more power. But I am at the mercy of my employer. So that is it. That’s all I got. Hopefully, this video has been a little bit helpful to you, and we’ll see you again next time on hyper dog digital.
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