In recent years, more and more companies have exploited cloud solutions to increase the security of their systems, and reduce the amount of investment for the purchase or upgrade of professional PCs. All this clearly until a few months ago, before the coronavirus pandemic radically changed all our habits, including those at work.
To quarantine imposed in most countries of the world, millions of people have been forced to work from home, inevitably using their personal means, including computers. Obviously, the use of personal devices, combined with a private network, not subject to business management and control by IT experts, creates a significant risk for data security, being more vulnerable.
These are the foundations on which HP has worked to offer a portfolio of mobile solutions dedicated purely to remote work. In fact, the company recently presented a new Pro C640 HP Touchscreen Chromebook is now available to buy on the Bhphptovideo.com website, pricing starts from $928.95.
This new HP pro book is designed specifically to meet the current needs dictated by the particular period of a health emergency but based on a future development capable of supporting work from home even when this emergency is over, in order to build a new work system that is more comfortable and efficient for workers while ensuring data security for companies.
As businesses and employees adapt to work from home at this unique time, the need for cloud-centric devices that are secure and easy to deploy has never been more important. This new HP Touchscreen Chromebook is specially designed to meet the needs of business users around the world, whether they work from the sofa, kitchen table, or office.
The HP Pro c640 Chromebook Enterprise is perhaps the most surprising proposition from the point of view of performance, capable of supporting the most intense and demanding workloads. It is the thinnest and most durable 14-inch notebook in the world, thanks to the military-grade tests it has undergone, with a battery life that reaches 13.5 hours supported by HP Fast Charge that recharges 90% in just 90 minutes. Also in this case we find a completely aluminum structure and a backlit keyboard that resists liquids up to 350ml.
The display can be rotated 180 degrees, showing off a flat design which, thanks to the integrated speakers and webcam simplifies collaboration with colleagues. The webcam in question is also an HP Privacy Camera which, thanks to the integrated shutter, prevents access to malicious people, together with a fingerprint sensor.
Finally, there is no lack of Wi-Fi 6 with HP’s proprietary technology that extends signal reception and an HDMI port that provides the expandability of the workspace without the need for external dongles. Again the PC is powered by the latest 10th generation Intel processors.
The Bhphotovideo store has also listed the recently introduced HP E14 G4 portable monitor that addresses very different target groups but should convince with their high quality. It is well represented in the end customer segment but is also and especially known as a manufacturer of devices for business customers.