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HP For Business!

Hello All,

I just watched the HP Chrome Enterprise presentation and I have to say that I really liked what I saw.

HP is releasing 3 new business Chromebooks over the next couple months, one of which is an Intel Project Athena 2-in-1, which will undoubtedly be the most expensive of the three devices HP announced today.

First up is the HP Chromebook 14 G6 Enterprise: This military grade device is great for those of us who deal with homes that need lots of love. It is durable, spill resistant, and in this time of working from home, essentially kid proof. It can have up to a full HD screen (no need for 4K in real estate, though I have to admit I love 4K), up to 8GB RAM and 128 GB hard drive, and has all the necessary ports including a card reader! It looks like it is only available with a Celeron processor, but for most of us that is all that is necessary for a good Chrome OS experience.

Next is the HP Pro c640 Chromebook Enterprise: This device is probably my favorite of the three devices HP unveiled today because it just hits the sweet spot. It comes with all the necessary ports including a card reader! You also have the option to have a touchscreen on this device as well and it has a full 180 degree hinge so it can lay flat for collaborative efforts, a nice touch for those who work in a team environment. For security minded people, this device has a camera shutter and the option to add a fingerprint reader. The data sheets are not up yet so I cannot comment on exact specs at this time, but from the presentation, this sure looks like it's going to be a great Chromebook. Oh, and as a bonus, it has Wi-Fi 6.

Lastly, the HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise: This is a premium 2-in-1 device that I feel is best suited for people in medium-to-large property management organizations as far as real estate goes. It is also USI-Pen compatible, so you can take notes on the go on your device and guess what, HP announced a new USI Pen today as a bonus! Back to the Elite, it has all the necessary ports including a card reader and like the Pro c640 it has WiFi 6 and the option to add a fingerprint reader. This device also has a built in privacy screen so for those who use co-working spaces as an office, this is ideal. The spec sheets are not up yet so I cannot comment on those, but it is indeed a Project Athena device which means it is going to be a premium device that may very well cost a premium.

So, the USI Pen... It can last 20 days on a charge and it charges via USB-C which is amazing. I'm not sure how many of us in real estate use USI Pens but the fact that HP made one available is great for those of us who do use USI Pens.

Well, that's all for now. I'm hoping that there will also be consumer versions of the Pro c640 and the Elitie c1030. Today was a big day for Enterprise Chromebooks, and for larger real estate organizations, these solutions can work really well for you.

Thanks for reading and until next time,



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