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HP, Google and Intel set out to create a complete Chromebook for enterprise more than two years ago. A Chromebook that didn't have just a couple of important features but all of the features business users wanted. The Elite Dragonfly Chromebook is the result, a legit ChromeOS dream machine for hybrid workers. 

HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook open on a coffee table with the model's included stylus on the bottom right of the laptop.
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But despite the Elite Dragonfly Chromebook's greatness, it's probably not for you. Again, this is primarily designed for businesses. Of course, for consumer Chromebook converts who already know the right combo of web, Android and Linux apps needed to get their work done, the Elite Dragonfly is perfect for being productive anywhere. 

Unless your IT department is handing one of these beauties over to you, though, the price is likely going to be a deterrent. The Elite Dragonfly Chromebook starts at $1,149. The custom configuration HP sent us for review is more than $1,500, however, and it's an enterprise model with an Intel Core i5 vPro processor -- a first for Chromebooks -- to increase security (which is already strong on Chromebooks). Enterprise versions also get a year of Parallels for Chromebook for those who might need legacy software. For commercial use, you might want a vPro chip but otherwise, the base model is going to be plenty for most Chromebook users. It doesn't include HP's excellent wireless rechargeable pen and it also doesn't support the pen available for HP's Chromebook x2 11

Like

  • Great look and feel
  • Fantastic video conferencing experience
  • Thunderbolt 4
  • 4G LTE/5G wireless available
  • Haptic touchpad and spill-resistant keyboard
  • Extra security with vPro

Don't Like

  • USI pen not included with all configurations
  • Palm rejection could be better
  • Made for business and priced that way

HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook

Price as reviewed $1,519
Display size/resolution 13.5-inch 2,256x1,504 touch display
CPU Intel Core i5-1245U vPro
Memory ‎8GB LPDDR4X 4,266 MHz
Storage 256GB NVMe PCIe SSD
Connections Thunderbolt 4 USB-C (x2), USB-A, HDMI 2.0 out, microSD slot, 3.5mm combo audio jack
Networking Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.2, 4G LTE/5G optional
Operating system ChromeOS/Android 11
AUE June 2030

Complete collaborative experience

One of the main things HP, Google and Intel focused on with the Elite Dragonfly Chromebook was the collaborative experience. Most manufacturers in the past year bumped up the webcam resolution on premium Chromebooks from 720p to 1080p aka HD to full HD. HP did that, putting a 5-megapixel webcam in the Dragonfly. But it also uses image processing developed originally for Google Pixel phone cameras. There is HDR processing going on in the background to balance out strong shadows as well as blown-out highlights.

Image of a man sitting in front of a brightly lit window taken with the webcam in the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook.

Thanks to HDR algorithms from Pixel phones, the Dragonfly's webcam delivers great results with backlit subjects. 

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For example, the picture above is a screenshot of the Dragonfly's webcam. I'm sitting in a room only lit by the window behind me. While the image is slightly soft and noisy because of the low-light conditions of the room, it's by no means bad. More importantly, the color is accurate and I'm not shrouded in shadows and the building outside the window is visible, not entirely blown out by sunlight. Try this with just about any other built-in webcam and you'd never get an image like this. 

And while many laptops will kick on their fans a few seconds into a conference call, the Elite Dragonfly stays silent because of how optimized it is for the task. Add in strong noise cancellation for the built-in mics and clear, clean audio from its top-firing speakers and video calls are actually pleasurable. Plus, there's a physical privacy shutter on the camera and a mic mute button on the keyboard for when you don't want to be seen or heard. 

Close-up view of the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook's webcam with its built-in privacy shutter covering the lens.

A built-in shutter lets you quickly block the webcam.

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Performance to get you through the day

The 12th-gen Intel Core i5 processor is a champ, getting me through typical workdays using a mix of Chrome and progressive web apps for Microsoft Office and Zoom, Adobe Creative Cloud apps from the Play store and the Linux app for Slack. As I mentioned earlier that this is the first VPro Chromebook, but it's an Intel Evo laptop, too. The two combined mean the Dragonfly meets certain standards for design and performance.  

Evo is essentially a ensure the Chromebook has a thin-and-light body (it weighs less than 3 pounds), has all-day battery life (10 hours, 56 minutes on our streaming video test), instant-on performance when you lift the lid and fast wireless. With VPro it adds enhanced security, namely total memory encryption (TME) and KeyLocker. HP also included a fingerprint reader on the keyboard deck for additional security, though I would rather have it integrated into the power button on the left side of the body for when the two-in-one is in tablet or stand mode.

Haptic touchpad, spill-resistant keyboard, tall display

HP started talking with Google more than four years ago about adding a haptic touchpad to Chromebooks. Coincidentally, the talks dovetailed with Google's desire to Strengthen the keyboard and trackpad experience overall for Chromebook users. The basic idea: create a premium device with a touchpad so good you won't need to carry around a travel mouse. 

Downward-looking view of the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook's keyboard and touchpad.

The keyboard is comfortable and the haptic touchpad is big and responsive.

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The Elite Dragonfly's haptic touchpad (another first for Chromebooks) feels like a traditional click and not like a vibration you'd get from a phone or tablet display. Plus you get the same click feel regardless of where you press on the pad. The strength is adjustable but even maxed out it's not aggressive. I do wish there was some way to increase palm rejection, though, because I regularly ended up dragging the cursor on the screen while typing. 

The haptics work for other ChromeOS actions, giving you a little buzz when you switch between virtual desktops, for example, or when you snap a window to one side of the display. Google also has plans to build out haptic integration into other areas such as Google Workspace apps. Having this touchpad makes the Elite Dragonfly Chromebook that much more attractive for work.

There's not much to say about the backlit keyboard beyond that it's spacious and comfortable to type on for an extended time. I also appreciate that HP made the function keys a little smaller to squeeze in buttons for the keyboard backlight, playing/pausing media and muting the mic. 

Pop-up onscreen message for the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook's active pen commands.

The stylus tools menu shows you the battery life for the Elite Dragonfly's USI pen.

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As I mentioned earlier, my Dragonfly included an excellent USI pen for taking notes or drawing on the display. It wirelessly charges on the right side of the Chromebook. It magnetically snaps to the side and starts charging and it attaches strongly enough to store that way. 

The 3:2 display is close to the size of a standard sheet of paper, making it nice for note-taking. It's also tall so you can fit more vertically on the screen for less scrolling while you work. It wasn't quite bright enough to use outdoors without fighting reflections but it was manageable. HP does offer a 1,000-nit panel which would be the way to go for frequently working outdoors. Plus, it features HP's privacy screen to block people from seeing what's on the display from an off angle. 

Close-up of the ports and buttons on the left side of the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook.

The Dragonfly Chromebook can be directly connected to an external display by HDMI or USB-C.

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While the display, keyboard and touchpad are excellent, sometimes it's just more comfortable to work on a big display and use a full-size keyboard and mouse. The Elite Dragonfly Chromebook has a Thunderbolt 4 port on each side. That means you can not only charge from either side but connect to a docking station like the HP Elite Thunderbolt Dock G4 for a single cable connection to all your peripherals for quickly getting to work. 

The dock adds an Ethernet port for the Dragonfly for a wired web connection while working at a desk. But the Chromebook has top-flight wireless, too, with Wi-Fi 6E as well as optional 4G LTE and even 5G support (yet another first for a Chromebook). 

A Chromebook crystal ball

HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook open and facing left on a wooded coffee table.
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Chromebooks were somewhat indistinguishable for several years after they first arrived in 2011. But as ChromeOS matured, higher-end Chromebooks started to show up more regularly. Although, even these premium models topped out at around $500, except for the occasional showpiece. The HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook is a showpiece, loaded with several design and technology pieces that will find their way into future Chromebooks for both business and personal use. It carries a hefty price tag that is likely too much for most people considering a Chromebook, even a premium model. But it's also worth every penny. 

Still, if it's too much, the next best options right now are the Acer Chromebook Spin 714 or the slightly less expensive Spin 513. You can also check out our list of top Chromebooks that we've tested. 

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The list of benchmarking software we use changes over time as the devices we test evolve. The most important core tests we're currently running on every compatible computer include: Primate Labs Geekbench 5, Cinebench R23, PCMark 10 and 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra

A more detailed description of each benchmark and how we use it can be found in our How We Test Computers page. 

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Killexams : Hurry! This HP Chromebook has a massive discount today
HP Chromebook x2 11 sitting on table top (front view).
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Shoppers usually go for Chromebook deals if the laptop deals that are available are still beyond their budget, but the HP Chromebook x2 11 not only doesn’t feel like you’re settling, but it also could serve as an affordable alternative to iPad deals. The device is an even more attractive option because HP slashed its price by $200, bringing it down to just $370 from its original price of $570. The discount may disappear at any moment though, so you need to hurry if you want to take advantage of this offer.

Similar to some of the best Chromebooks, the HP Chromebook x2 11 is designed as a 2-in-1 laptop. It falls under the detachable category as it’s essentially a tablet with a removable keyboard, according to our laptop buying guide. The keyboard with touchpad enables the laptop form when you prop up the device by using its kickstand, and it folds back if you want to access the tablet form. Central to these two modes is its 11-inch touchscreen with 2.1K resolution, which combines with dual speakers featuring Audio by Bang & Olufsen for a cinematic experience even while you’re on the go. HP also promises more than 11 hours of battery life on a single charge, so it will go for a while before you need to find an outlet for the HP Chromebook x2 11.

The HP Chromebook x2 11 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c processor, Qualcomm Adreno 618 GPU, and 4GB of RAM, with a 64GB eMMC for storage. These specifications don’t jump off the page, but they’re more than enough for all of your daily activities because they’re paired with Google’s Chrome OS. The operating system that powers Chromebooks relies on web-based apps and cloud storage instead of installed software and large hard drives, resulting in fast startups and snappy performance even when the device is equipped with lower-end hardware.

If you’re interested in HP laptop deals and tablet deals, get the best of both worlds with the added benefits of Chrome OS by purchasing the HP Chromebook x2 11. It’s available from HP for just $370, after a $200 discount to its sticker price of $570. There’s no telling when the deal will end though, so you have to act fast while it’s still available. Add the HP Chromebook x2 11 to your cart and check out immediately — you may regret it if you don’t.

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Killexams : This HP laptop is refurbished and under $300 for a limited time

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: Through Sept. 30, you can score a refurbished HP EliteBook 840 G3 (16GB RAM, 256GB SSD)(opens in a new tab) for $299.99, rather than $320 — that's a savings of $20.


In need of a new laptop? You don't have to shell out thousands of dollars for a powerful, versatile laptop. In fact, if you take advantage of refurbished electronics(opens in a new tab), you can take home a feature-packed model that's been restored to like-new status for just a couple hundred dollars. An HP Elitebook 840 G3 is on sale for just $299.99, no coupon code required, during the Refurbished Event. But you'll have to act quickly, as this deal ends tomorrow, September 30. 

Whether you're back in school or simply in need of a way to get some work done from the comfort of your bed, the HP EliteBook 840 G3 may boost productivity, thanks to its powerful Intel Core i5 processor(opens in a new tab). Enjoy amazing processing performance, while multitasking and tackling your never-ending to-do list from anywhere with this sleek model complete with a 14-inch HD display. 

16GB RAM memory makes accessing files easy, while the 256GB SSD makes this laptop ideal for safeguarding many important files, from family photos to vital documents, in one convenient space. There are two USB-C ports for convenience, and you can easily connect to other portals and devices with the click of a button.

This particular HP EliteBook model was made in 2016 and comes equipped with the best refurbished rating possible, a grade "A". That means you'll receive an EliteBook in near-mint condition that may have very minimal to zero scuffing on the case. And this particular model comes in a chic and futuristic silver shade. 

Act quickly to score a refurbished HP Elitebook(opens in a new tab) 840 G3 for just $299.99 during this Refurbished Event and work or play from anywhere. There's no coupon code required and this savings only lasts through tomorrow, ending on September 30. 

Prices subject to change.

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Killexams : This is your last chance to snap up a refurbished HP EliteBook

Want a cheaper, greener way to upgrade your tech? Consider buying refurbished products, like this HP EliteBook 840.

There's always the misconception that buying refurbished means either purchasing a dysfunctional item or a secondhand product, when in fact, it's the total opposite. When you buy refurbished, you're essentially getting a product that has been vetted to meet the manufacturer's standards, meaning it's as good as new and in perfect working order. More often than not, they've been carefully restored, repaired, and tested, so it's guaranteed that they won't go caput when you buy them.

Expensive tech like laptops is better bought refurbished. If so happens that you're on the hunt for an efficient portable computer, this refurbished HP EliteBook 840 is an excellent choice. You can snap it up on sale for only $309.99 until September 30th — no coupon needed.

Designed to help you get more done even when on the go, the EliteBook 840 packs an Intel Core i5 processor for amazing processing performance, meaning you can multitask without experiencing lags. Its 16GB RAM memory lets you quickly access frequently used files and programs, while its 256GB solid-state drive offers generous real estate for storing all your essential data long-term.

With the 14-inch HD display, you can view photos, videos, texts, and other files in a widescreen resolution. It also has two USB-C ports for easy connecting of peripherals, and WiFi compatibility so you can work pretty much anywhere with an internet connection.

It's also worth mentioning that while this device may be refurbished, it's listed as grade "A," which signifies that it's in a near-mind condition. Any cosmetic defect it may have is minimal or barely even noticeable.

Now's your chance to snap up the refurbished HP EliteBook 840 for cheap. It usually retails for $320, but you can get it on sale for only $309.99 until September 30th, no coupon needed.

Prices subject to change.

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Killexams : Hp EliteBook Laptops Price List in India
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    OS Windows 10 Pro

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    Display 12.5" (1920 x 1080)

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    Processor Intel Core m7 (6th generation) | 1.2 GHz

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    Memory 256 GB SSD/8 GB DDR3

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Killexams : HP to revise pay structure of teaching faculty, librarians Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh Cabinet on Thursday approved a draft MOU between the state government and the Centre for making AIIMS as an apex body for medical education and research and also to act as Nodal Institution for providing specialty and super specialty levels of health care. Moreover, the institute will also act as an training centre for doctors, nurses and health workers.
The state Cabinet meeting held in Shimla was chaired by chief minister Jai Ram Thakur, in which approval was also given to revision of pay structure for the existing regular teaching faculty and librarians working in degree level technical institutions in the state as per All India Council for Technical Educations norms.
The revised pay scale would be given from prospective date and arrear from January 1, 2016 to date would be paid.
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Killexams : HP EliteBook 860 G9 - It's Big Screen Time

I don't know about you but if I'm spending around $3K for a laptop, it had better be able to cover off a lot of uses. Browsing and emailing, creating presentations and documents; these should be the very least of its capabilities.

Effective online meeting tools are a must as is all-day battery life. Just quietly, if it was able to run a few games during your downtime, that wouldn't be the end of the world either.

If there's one company you can probably rely on for a dependable business tool like that, it's HP.


The HP Elitebook 860 G9 is the biggest laptop I've ever reviewed.

Well, it's certainly the laptop with the biggest screen, anyway. If you thought 16-inches is perhaps too big for a laptop display, the 860 G9 might just make you think again.

The device is actually surprisingly slim, given the fact it has an excellent selection of full-sized ports; two Thunderbolt 4 with USB4 Type-C, two SuperSpeed USB Type-A and an HDMI 2.0 for easy connection to an external display. Really the only thing missing is an SD slot of some kind - this is strange as there seems to be a cutout for one on the right-hand side of the chassis, only it's filled in with some kind of spacer. 

Presumably, there's another configuration out there in the world that offers an SD option. Personally, I don't miss it, although film and photography creators might - especially given the two configurations currently available on the New Zealand HP website offer a choice of 256GB or 512GB PCIeNVMe SSD storage, which by modern standards is not massive.

The other thing that keeps the overall size of the 860 G9 in check is the reasonably small bezels around the 16-inch display - especially at the sides although the top and chin are also much smaller than those on many other similar devices. Despite this, the display feels very secure with little flex and is held in place by a very sturdy lid.

There's a 5MP Windows Hello-capable lens built into the top bezel, complete with a physical privacy shutter. This camera does a nice job of auto-focusing and adjusting to variable light conditions. I still don't understand why laptops don't seem to be allowed the same quality of camera as you'd find on a mid-tier smartphone but this one is definitely better than many others. Combined with what are described as "world-facing microphones" you're assured you'll be putting your best face forward at your next video briefing.

The audio setup has been tuned by Bang & Olufsen - not just the mics but the speakers too. These are situated on the lower edge of each side which had me worried; often laptop speakers built into the base of the device are easily muffled when it's... you know... sitting on your lap. However, that didn't seem to be the case here. I think this because a) the speaker grilles actually wrap up and around the bevelled edges and b) the 860 G9 is so wide, its edges protrude out past my lap - and believe me, I don't have that small a lap.

So yes, let's get back to this whopping WUXGA display. Because of its rather tall, 16:10 aspect ratio, I feel like I've used standalone desktop monitors that aren't as big as this. Thanks to Windows 11's new Snap Layout feature, I've frequently found myself setting up two browser windows side by side, just the way I would if I was using a secondary, external display. This just adds to the constant impression this laptop gives of a full desktop experience.

Of course, a massive screen means plenty of space opposite for a massive keyboard (complete with full number pad) and a massive touchpad.

There's a major issue with this wonderful display though; it's a touch screen and that's great - I always find the combination of touch display and touchpad pretty much eliminates the need to connect an external mouse. However, after only a few hours of use, I found the screen absolutely smothered in greasy fingerprints. While the anti-reflective coating on this display is stunningly effective, there doesn't seem to be a similar oleophobic treatment to repel fingerprints. Such treatments are commonplace on phone and tablet screens and I even ordered eyeglasses last week with a "smudge-resistant" coating. If the screen on the 860 G9 has such a layer to keep it clean, it's definitely not working on my review unit.

Don't let that minor annoyance put you off though - the huge display combined with the awesome power of the 12th-gen IntelCore i7 processor means a truly comprehensive and immersive multi-media experience - whether you're editing AV presentations, streaming video or yes, even gaming. Intel's integrated Iris X graphics technology seems to be going from strength to strength and while I'm not suggesting this is any kind of dedicated gaming rig, I've certainly run some fairly full-on First Person Shooters without the slightest glitch.

(Note, the 256GB configuration of the 860 G9 uses the i5 chip)

On the software side of things, I encountered very little bloatware when setting up although I was surprised to find Windows 10 Pro installed as the OS rather than Windows 11. I assume this is due to the fact most businesses still operate on the older version so it saves IT departments a reinstall if these devices are being issued as a work device.

If it's going to be your new work laptop, consider yourself very lucky. This is genuine desktop power with a screen size approaching that of a desktop monitor, basically eliminating the requirement for docks and other external accessories. For those of us maintaining a hybrid in-office/WFH work-life, this is the single device to make it easy.

Click here for more information on the HP EliteBook 860 G9.

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Killexams : Best laptop for programming in 2022

You can code from anywhere with one of the best laptops for programming. And, picking one isn’t too hard either. However, you do need to keep several factors in mind when narrowing down your search.

When you’re running and testing code, you need enough performance so that your workflow isn’t at the mercy of your portable’s limitations. Look for the best processors and speedy RAM to keep up with your projects. Grab a fast and large-capacity SSD as well. You don’t want to wait too long for projects and files to load.