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HP0-S45 Delta - Integrating HP ProLiant Server Solutions

Exam ID : HP0-S45
Exam type : Proctored
Exam duration : 2 hours
Exam length : 60 questions
Passing score : 68%
Delivery languages : English, Japanese

This exam has 60 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
- Matching
- Multiple choice (multiple responses)
- Multiple choice (single response)
- Drag-and-drop
- Point and click

The exam tests your implementation knowledge and skills on HPE ProLiant server products and solutions. syllabus covered in this exam include server architectures and associated technologies and their functions, features, and benefits. Additional syllabus include how to plan preinstallation activities; install and configure; tune and optimize; troubleshoot and repair; monitor, administer, and operate HPE server solutions.

Candidates who want to acquire the new HP ASE - ProLiant Server Solutions Integrator V2 certification and have already acquired the previous version - HP ASE - Server Solutions Integrator V8.1. Although anyone may take the exam, we recommend that candidates have a minimum of two years implementation experience with HPE ProLiant server solutions. Candidates are expected to have industry standard technology knowledge from training or hands on experience.

Describe, explain, and differentiate foundational server architectures and technologies
- Describe and differentiate server processor technologies
- Describe and differentiate server memory technologies
- Describe and differentiate server storage technologies
- Describe and differentiate server networking technologies
- Explain high availability concepts
- Describe and differentiate server power technologies
- Explain disaster recovery concepts(battery backup, HPE Smart Storage Battery, remote key management)
- Describe virtualization solutions
- Identify current server OS
Describe and differentiate the functions, features, and benefits of HPE ProLiant server products and solutions
- Describe ProLiant DL servers and associated products
- Describe ProLiant BL servers and associated products
- Describe HPE datacenter and rack infrastructure solutions
- Differentiate HPE legacy BIOS vs. UEFI
- Describe HPE Administrative Tools(health and fault technologies; e.g. HP OneView)
- Describe HPE SmartArray products
- Describe HPE Flexfabric products
Explain pre-installation planning activitiesfor HPE server solutions
- Explain hardware prerequisite requirements
- Explain software prerequisite requirements
- Determine optionalconfiguration setups based on newly discovered requirements
Describe how to install, configure, set up, validate, and document HPE server solutions
- Determine appropriate power requirements
- Describe how to install rack and accessories
- Describe how to meet servercooling requirements
- Describe how to install and configure server hardware, infrastructure, and expansion options(processors, memory, internal storage, networking, etc.)
- Describe how to install and configure HPE external storage
- Describe how to configure server and related options
- Describe how to install an HPE supported operating system
- Describe how to install and configure HPE management software (HP OneView)
- Describe how to validate the operating environment of the new installation using HP OneView, event logs, diagnostictools, etc.
Describe how to tune, optimize, and upgrade HPE server solutions
- Describe the performance management process
- Determine appropriate HP management toolsto tune, optimize, and upgrade HPE server solutions
Describe how to troubleshoot, repair, and replace HPE server solutions during installation
- Describe when and how to use the HPE 6-Step Troubleshooting Methodology during installation and in established HPE environments
- Describe how to implement preventive measures and prevent issue reoccurrence
Describe how to manage, monitor, administer, and operate HPE server solutions
- Describe how to use HPE Server Management Tools(OA, Insight Display, HP OneView)
- Describe how to manage and maintain the operating system
- Describe how to implement service essentials(Insight Remote Support)

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You may think of it as just a spindly bug, but entomologists will tell you the dragonfly is perhaps the world's most successful predator: Its near-360-degree vision, unbeatable agility (including up to 9G's of acceleration), and ability to predict where its prey is going deliver it a 95% kill rate that tigers and sharks would envy. Just ask HP, which puts the Dragonfly name on its lightest, most premium business laptops and workstations. While earlier models were convertibles, the Elite Dragonfly G3 is a clamshell ultraportable. It's pricey (starts at A$2,490), but its impressive battery life, full complement of ports, and squarish 13.5-inch, 3:2 aspect ratio display make it a tempting alternative to the likes of the Dell XPS 13 Plus and the Apple MacBook Air M2.


The Design: Renewed and Recycled

Available in Slate Blue or Natural Silver, the Elite Dragonfly G3 has a sleek chassis crafted from partly recycled magnesium and aluminum with what HP calls "rounded pillow corners." (They make it easier to open with one hand.) Its taller screen makes it a bit deeper at 0.64 by 11.7 by 8.7 inches, but at 2.2 pounds it's half a pound lighter than the Apple and Dell ultraportables, matching the soon-to-be-reviewed Gen 2 version of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano. The laptop has passed MIL-STD 810H tests against road hazards like shock, vibration, and extreme temperatures; there's some flex if you grasp the screen corners but none if you press the keyboard deck.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 right angle

The base model combines an Intel Core i5-1235U processor with 16GB of RAM, a 512GB NVMe solid-state drive, and a 1,920-by-1,280-pixel IPS touch screen. Our review unit has a non-touch display with the same resolution but steps up to a Core i7-1265U (two Performance cores, eight Efficient cores, 12 threads) and adds 5G mobile broadband to the standard Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth.

HP offers two other display choices: a 1,920-by-1,280 version of HP's Sure View Reflect panel with privacy filter, and a 3,000-by-2,000-pixel OLED screen for users who crave the richest colors and highest contrast. All models rely on Intel's Iris Xe integrated graphics. Windows 11 Pro is preinstalled.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 left ports

While the XPS 13 and MacBook Air have only Thunderbolt 4 ports (the Dell doesn't even have a headphone jack), the Elite Dragonfly G3 has a much handier array. There's one USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 port on each side, but the left edge also has an HDMI video output (and the SIM card slot), while the right side adds an audio jack and a USB 3.1 Type-A port as well as a security cable lockdown notch.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 right ports

Style and Security

It would have been nice to see the OLED panel, but the standard display is almost as impressive, with ample brightness and good contrast. Viewing angles are broad, and colors are rich and well saturated. Fine details are clear. Best of all is the screen's squarish 3:2 aspect ratio, which lets you see more of a document or webpage with less scrolling; it's a view that's easy to get used to and makes old-school 16:9 widescreens look squashed.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 front view

A 5-megapixel webcam blows away cheap 720p cameras, capturing ultra-sharp 2,560-by-1,440-pixel 16:9 or 2,560-by-1,920-pixel 4:3 stills and videos. Images are colorful and reasonably well-lit, with an HP Presence utility offering automatic framing and lighting adjustment and blurring the background if you like. A keyboard button, not a sliding shutter, toggles the webcam for privacy. Two top-edge microphones feature automatic noise reduction and voice leveling that keeps you audible as you move around within three meters of the PC.

Both webcam face recognition and a fingerprint sensor (it replaces the right Control key on the bottom row of the keyboard) are available for password-free Windows Hello logins. An Auto Lock and Awake function uses the webcam to secure and restart the system as you leave and return. The Elite Dragonfly G3 also boasts HP's Wolf Security suite with AI-based malware protection, Sure Click execution of apps and webpages in virtual-machine containers, and BIOS corruption defense with settings and operating system recovery over an office network.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 keyboard

I'll never accept HP laptops' placement of the cursor arrow keys in a row, with hard-to-hit, half-height up and down arrows stacked between full-sized left and right, instead of the proper inverted T. But otherwise, the Dragonfly's backlit keyboard is snappy and comfortable, with decent travel and feedback. A large, buttonless touchpad takes just a gentle press for a quiet click.

Two top-firing tweeters and two bottom front-firing woofers produce loud and clear sound with crisp highs and midtones and even a bit of bass; sound isn't distorted or harsh even at top volume, and it's easy to make out overlapping tracks. HP Audio Control software provides dynamic, music, movie, and voice presets and an equalizer. Other house-brand utilities range from HP Quick Drop to swap files with your phone to HP Easy Clean to disable the keyboard, touchpad, and (if present) touch screen for a couple of minutes while you apply a disinfecting wipe.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 rear view

Testing the Elite Dragonfly G3: Five Heavy-Duty Lightweights Face Off

For our benchmark charts, we compared the Dragonfly Elite G3's performance to that of not only the Dell XPS 13 Plus and the Apple MacBook Air M2, but also two 2.5-pound, 14-inch ultraportables: the VAIO SX14, and the Editors'-Choice-and-every-other-award-winning Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10. You can see their basic specs in the table below.

Productivity Tests

The main benchmark of UL's PCMark 10 simulates a variety of real-world productivity and content-creation workflows to measure overall performance for office-centric tasks such as word processing, spreadsheeting, web browsing, and videoconferencing. We also run PCMark 10's Full System Drive test to assess the load time and throughput of a laptop's storage.

Beyond those, three benchmarks focus on the CPU, using all available cores and threads, to rate a PC's suitability for processor-intensive workloads. Maxon's Cinebench R23 uses that company's Cinema 4D engine to render a complex scene, while Primate Labs' Geekbench 5.4 Pro simulates popular apps ranging from PDF rendering and speech recognition to machine learning.

Finally, we use the open-source video transcoder HandBrake 1.4 to convert a 12-minute video clip from 4K to 1080p resolution (lower times are better). While Adobe Photoshop itself seemed to run fine, our usual automated extension PugetBench for Photoshop benchmark repeatedly crashed on the Dragonfly and isn't included in the charts.

The HP performed capably in these tests, easily clearing the 4,000 points in PCMark 10 that indicate excellent productivity for the likes of Word and Excel, though its 15-watt Core i7-1265U mobile processor couldn't keep up with the 28-watt P-series chips in the Lenovo and Dell. It's not suited for strenuous, workstation-level apps, but faultless for the everyday tasks for which it was designed.

Graphics Tests

We test Windows PCs' graphics with two DirectX 12 gaming simulations from UL's 3DMark, Night Raid (more modest, suitable for laptops with integrated graphics) and Time Spy (more demanding, suitable for gaming rigs with discrete GPUs).

We also run two tests from the cross-platform GPU benchmark GFXBench 5, which stresses both low-level routines like texturing and high-level, game-like image rendering. The 1440p Aztec Ruins and 1080p Car Chase tests, rendered offscreen to accommodate different display resolutions, exercise graphics and compute shaders using the OpenGL programming interface and hardware tessellation respectively. The more frames per second (fps), the better.

Neither the Elite Dragonfly G3 nor any other productivity-focused ultraportable is a speedy gaming machine; its after-hours pastimes are casual games and streaming media, not CGI combat or virtual reality.

Battery and Display Tests

We test laptops' battery life by playing a locally stored 720p video file (the open-source Blender movie Tears of Steel) with display brightness at 50% and audio volume at 100%. We make sure the battery is fully charged before the test, with Wi-Fi and keyboard backlighting turned off.

We also use a Datacolor SpyderX Elite monitor calibration sensor and its Windows software to measure a laptop screen's color saturation—what percentage of the sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3 color gamuts or palettes the display can show—and its 50% and peak brightness in nits (candelas per square meter).

The Apple and HP are in a class by themselves when it comes to battery life; the Dragonfly shows remarkable stamina for a 2.2-pound portable and will easily get you through a full day of work or school without looking for the nearest AC outlet. The appeal of its 3:2 aspect ratio display is its roomy view with reduced scrolling, not the glorious colors of the XPS 13's high-res OLED panel, but it's bright and easy on the eyes. (Again, Dragonfly buyers can opt for an OLED screen if they have the dough.)


A Great Grab-and-Go Companion

If it cost a few hundred bucks less, the HP Elite Dragonfly G3 would earn Editors' Choice honors and join the X1 Carbon as our favorite ultraportable—it offers an attractive, tall display, solid performance, great battery life, and a full set of ports in a remarkably trim 2.2-pound package. If you can afford it and especially if you need mobile broadband for connectivity where there's no Wi-Fi, it's a near-perfect pick.

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The desktop PC scene is much different today than it used to be. You get a whole lot of power in smaller sizes than before, and you can pick and choose from a host of available options. It all comes down to a combination of the sort of user that you are and the requirements you have for your future PC.

When it comes to buying a desktop PC, a fully-assembled PC is the smarter and more reliable option for the average user. While putting together a PC yourself is great, it takes a lot of patience, and research to ensure that you're making the right decisions picking the parts, and putting them all together. Even then, reliability will vary from part to part, and in case of issues, you will need to chase RMAs and warranties for individual components.

On the other hand, pre-assembled desktop PCs are the more reliable option for most folks and are easier (and often cheaper) to get repaired. While the average pre-built PC used to have poor value for money a few years ago, that's not the case anymore.

Apple iMac 24-Inch (M1, 2021)

Apple iMac on display with a personn touching it © Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images Apple iMac on display with a personn touching it

Apple's iMac has always been among the most reliable desktop computers you can buy. With the 2021 version which brought a long overdue design refresh to this favorite, the iMac is now an even better option as the best desktop PC for most people. The new design gives it a fresh style, and although the chin still stays, the computer itself is astonishingly thin, and packs in quite a lot of power for its size.

The iMac 24-inch packs in a 4.5K resolution Retina display, and the internals of the iMac, powered by the Apple Silicon M1, are all integrated behind the display. You can get up to 16GB of unified memory (RAM), and up to 2TB of storage. Apple includes a Magic Mouse and a Magic Keyboard, and the latter can be upgraded to a model with Touch ID built right in. Apple has also moved away from the typical silver and gray aesthetic of the iMac with this version, and you now get a bunch of bright pastel color options.

In our Apple iMac 24-Inch review, we said that it was the right Mac for most people. For folks looking for a reliable, no-nonsense desktop. If you want some performance out of it, the M1 is plenty capable too, and it's very power efficient. It's not for everyone, but it will be perfect for a lot of folks. The Apple iMac 24-inch ranges between $1,299 to $1,699, but can go higher as per the configuration you pick.

HP Envy 34 All-In-One (2022)

HP Envy 34 All-in-One on desk © HP HP Envy 34 All-in-One on desk

The HP Envy 34 All-in-One is one of the best Windows desktops you can buy, especially if you want an all-in-one computer running Windows. The star of the show is the massive 34-inch ultra-wide display with 5K resolution and color accuracy of up to 98% DCI-P3. Being an all-in-one, it packs in the hardware behind the display, which means no separate PC tower taking up extra space.

On the hardware side, you get some beefy specifications, going up to 11th Gen Core i9 and an RTX 3080 Mobile. Of course, it carried a hefty price tag, but as we had previously said, the HP Envy 34 All-in-One is a good choice for professionals. It's just not for professionals, though, and will make for a great desktop PC for many folks, backed by HP's reliability.

Tom's Guide's HP Envy 34 All-in-One review called it a legitimate iMac competitor, and that holds true. It trades blows with the iMac and can be a great alternative for folks looking for a Windows option similar to the iMac. The HP Envy 34 All-in-One starts at $1,999, and can go upwards of $3,000 depending upon your configuration.

Intel NUC 12 Extreme (Dragon Canyon)

Intel NUC 12 Extreme (Dragon Canyon) on a fiery red, orange and black background © SimplyNUC Intel NUC 12 Extreme (Dragon Canyon) on a fiery red, orange and black background

The Intel NUC 12 Extreme (Dragon Canyon) is a different kind of desktop PC, but it is a great option for enthusiasts that want a compact little machine with plenty of power. Intel's NUC has come to be a platform that rivals Apple's Mac mini (and now Mac Studio) while showing off the capabilities of the latest generation of Intel's Core processors. The Intel NUC 12 Extreme (Dragon Canyon), as the name suggests, packs in a bunch of power.

This is a barebones system, though, which means that it doesn't come with RAM, storage, or a GPU installed. You have to pick and add these components yourself, as this system is aimed at enthusiasts looking for a reliable desktop PC. If you have the patience to do a tiny bit of assembly (which isn't really difficult), this machine can be a heck of a computer with a lot of power despite its compact size. You get a 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900 processor that supports up to 64GB DDR4 3200 MHz RAM. You get one PCIe 5.0 slot for GPU, three M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD slots, and even Thunderbolt 4 built-in.

PCMag's Intel NUC 12 Extreme review called it mini-PC excellence, noting that it offers great performance for its size, and "won't make you wish you bought a bigger tower." This is one for enthusiasts that love assembling PCs but don't want a full-sized system while keeping some of the thrills of PC building. It starts at $1,749 for the Core i7 model and $1,979 for the Core i9 model.

HP Chromebase All-In-One 22

HP Chromebase All-in-One 22 on a white background © HP HP Chromebase All-in-One 22 on a white background

It's not all Windows and Mac when it comes to reliable desktop PCs. Chrome OS has options too. The HP Chromebase All-in-One 22 is a part of a new class of devices. Although Chromebases have existed for a while -- since January 2014, to be precise -- they've not really taken off well. That is, until HP debuted the Chromebase All-in-One, bringing its expertise in making excellent AIOs, and combining it with the now-matured Chrome OS platform. The result is a reliable and refined home computer that makes for a solid desktop option.

Chromebooks are great computers for users that mostly use web applications, like students, and for folks that want a secondary computer that doesn't cost a lot and does the basics well. The HP Chromebase All-in-One 22 brings that to the desktop. There's nothing crazy here, and you get up to an Intel Core i3-10110U processor, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, and 256GB NVMe SSD for storage. Making the user experience complete is the rotating 21.5" full HD touchscreen, paired with dual B&O 5W speakers. This is a low-end machine, but it is a reliable desktop PC that will make for a smart purchase for many folks. It is elegantly designed too.

In their HP Chromebase All-in-One 22 review, XDA Developers called it a one-of-a-kind and exceptional machine, especially for folks shopping for a back-to-school PC. It is a great system for younger or inexperienced users and brings a lot to the table. HP is offering this at a starting price of $600.

Apple Mac Mini (M1, 2020)

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The advent of Apple Silicon was a breath of fresh air for the Mac mini, giving the compact computer a new lease on life. The M1 Mac mini now is one of the best value-for-money desktop computers you can get. The chip is incredibly capable and power efficient. It is the most affordable path into Apple Silicon, and you even get active cooling, so you're getting the best out of that M1 chip.

From a design standpoint, nothing has really changed in this device's outward look over the past few generations. The Mac mini still looks like the older Intel version that preceded it. This design reuse has let Apple release the M1 Mac mini at a great price, and it remains a great deal even today, nearly two years after its launch. 

In our Apple Mac mini M1 review, we called the improvements delivered by Apple Silicon "legitimately astonishing." This is the best value-for-money reliable desktop computer you can buy right now.

On the negative side, you need to purchase the monitor, keyboard, and mouse separately. You also need to make sure to buy the memory and storage configuration you want upfront since you can't upgrade those later. It will cost you $699 for the base configuration with 8GB unified memory and 256GB storage, with options to pick higher memory and storage at additional cost.

Corsair One A200

Corsair One a200 sitting on a desk next to a monitor, with a guy playing a game © Corsair Corsair One a200 sitting on a desk next to a monitor, with a guy playing a game

Corsair has been a big name in the gaming PC business for a while, and the Corsair One a200 is the culmination of the company's experience in the field. It is the best pre-assembled gaming PC you can get, and it uses some of the best hardware on the market, including Corsair's own. All of that is packed into a chassis that is compact and aesthetically pleasing, complete with Corsair's reliability.

Corsair has put in AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, combined with Nvidia RTX 30 series GPUs. That's not the latest hardware, but Corsair has kept the One lineup updated with the latest since the company first launched it in 2018. Regardless, even with the current hardware on offer, this is a very powerful system. You even have liquid cooling inside, so you don't have to worry about the thermals with the compact form factor.

Of course, this comes at a price, starting at $2,600 and going over $3,000, but it's near appropriate for something with this much power. Tom's Hardware's Corsair One a200 review said it was easy to recommend because of its " impressively compact shell, quiet operation, and top-end performance in both gaming and productivity." You can find it for cheaper right now due to the reduced component prices, and a refresh may also be on the way. This is a great HTPC option for folks that want to use a PC like a console.

MSI MEG Aegis Ti5 (2022)

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If you want a fully decked-out gaming PC that's reliable, you'll want to take a look at a very capable system called the MSI MEG Aegis Ti5. It carries an over-the-top gamer aesthetic that may not be everyone's cup of tea but surely has its takers. It looks like something out of Tron, as we previously pointed out.

Whether you like the looks or not, this system packs in quite a punch. You get up to Intel Core i9-12900K CPU, and up to an RTX 3090 GPU. A ton of performance is on offer with this hardware, and this system is perfect for gamers looking for the best and most reliable gaming PC out there with fully-maxed out specifications. It can cost a pretty penny, especially since it only has higher-end configurations, but MSI's ensure makes it a pretty solid buy.

TechRadar's MSI MEG Aegis Ti5 review said that this was the company's best gaming PC yet, and we'd have to agree. You can expect this system to get upgraded with Intel's 13th Gen Core chips and RTX 40 series GPUs soon, too. You can buy the MEG Aegis Ti5 starting around $3,500, with some configurations costing up to $5,000.

Apple Mac Studio

Mac Studio on a desk, with its box at the back © Wachiwit/Shutterstock Mac Studio on a desk, with its box at the back

Apple gets a total of three entries on this list, and for good reason. It makes some of the most reliable desktop computers you can buy, and with Apple Silicon now, they're among the best performing as well. The Apple Mac Studio is the most powerful Mac workstation desktop you can buy right now, and it is powerful enough to sometimes outperform the Mac Pro that Apple currently has available.

This is the best workstation desktop PC you can buy right now, especially if you have a workflow that already uses macOS or can move to macOS with ease. It is powered by the Apple Silicon M1 Max or M1 Ultra and carries a design very similar to the Mac mini, except taller. It packs in amazing power for its size and has some great features that make it a great computer for creative professionals.

Tom's Guide's Apple Mac Studio review said that the M1 Ultra variant proves that Apple Silicon can compete with the best of Intel and AMD. The Mac Studio is the way to go if you want a capable workstation backed by the reliability of macOS for complicated workloads. The M1 Max version starts at $1,999, while the M1 Ultra version starts at $3,999.

Lenovo ThinkStation P620

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If a Mac workstation isn't to your liking, you'll do well to look to the Lenovo ThinkStation P620 -- running Windows. You get proper workstation hardware with this one. Lenovo is going with the latest generation of professional-grade Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors here, coupled with the Nvidia RTX and AMD Radeon professional GPU options. This isn't your average desktop PC, it is one of the most reliable workstations you can buy.

It comes in a full-size chassis, and a rather muted and professional-looking design. You also get space for two professional graphics cards, five 3.5-inch storage bays, and up to 1TB of RAM. There's plenty of front-panel connectivity as well, with a card reader built right in. Lenovo lets you configure the entire system while ordering it, with the price starting around $2,600, and you can quickly take it well over $30,000.

PC Mag's Lenovo ThinkStation P620 review said that "scalable to the nines" aptly describes this machine. It packs in every bit of performance you need in a professional workstation. Keep in mind, though, most users don't need this much power, and this one is exclusively for professionals.

HP Z2 Mini G9

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If you want a workstation that's not all-out with expensive professional-grade hardware, nor as big in size, the HP Z2 Mini G9 is the perfect workhorse for you. It packs in a ton of great hardware in a rather compact chassis. It gets the desktop-grade Intel 12th Gen Core processors, but you get the option to add Nvidia's professional GPUs.

It comes with all the bells and whistles you can expect from a workstation of this size. You can add up to 64GB DDR5-4800 RAM and up to 8TB PCIe 4.0 SSD storage. Of course, it is somewhat limited by its form, but it is a reliable option for folks looking for a compact workstation that has ample power and can be carried around if needed. While it's a compact option that only takes in low-profile GPUs, this machine can still be great for a lot of professional workflows, especially those that have space limitations.

While this is another smaller form-factor desktop PC option on this list, it is aimed toward professional workflows. Windows Central's HP Z2 Mini G9 review said that the computer is capable of punching way above its weight. It's a niche solution, but one that will work reliably where deployed. It starts at $2,200, although HP offers a hefty discount of slightly over 50% on the base configuration.

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Killexams : Best HP Laptops for 2022

HP laptops offer something for you, whether you're a creative looking to edit photos, a gamer in search of a powerful laptop or a student in need of a small, lightweight laptop.

Many of the best HP laptops have features designed for remote or hybrid work such as improved webcams and microphones, better audio quality, longer battery life, faster charging and the fastest Wi-Fi 6 wireless.

Like other PC makers such as Dell, Lenovo, Acer and Asus, HP is in the midst of updating the processors in its laptops and two-in-ones. That means Intel-based models are moving from 11th-gen to 12th-gen CPUs, while AMD Ryzen systems are switching from 5000-series chips to 6000-series. It also means it's generally a good time to look for deals on older models of the best HP laptops. However, we've also seen big performance improvements with the new processors. An updated model might cost a little more but will add to the overall longevity. 

CNET

Spectre is HP's top consumer laptop line so you're getting the best of the best with this 16-inch two-in-one. 

  • Beautiful design
  • Lots of features for home and office work
  • Great webcam
  • Active pen and laptop sleeve included

Of course, a premium two-in-one like the Spectre x360 comes at a relatively high price; it starts at around $1,200. The top-end configuration we reviewed was good but not great considering its $2,030 price. This is definitely one we recommend getting with the 12th-gen Intel processors and Intel Arc graphics if you're going to go all-in. Read our HP Spectre x360 16 review.

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HP's Victus 16 is a surprisingly robust and powerful gaming laptop that keeps up with the latest games at a more affordable price. Compared to HP's high-end Omen gaming laptop line, the Victus is more of an all-purpose laptop but still configured for gaming with a price starting at less than $1,000. HP offers several configurations with graphics chip options ranging from Nvidia's entry-level GeForce GTX 1650 up to a midrange RTX 3060 or AMD Radeon RX 6500M. We like almost everything about it except for its flimsy display hinge and underwhelming speakers. Read our HP Victus 16 review.

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There are plenty of convertible Chromebooks, where the screen flips around to the back of the keyboard so you can use it as a tablet. But Chrome tablets with removable keyboards like the HP Chromebook x2 11 are still a rarity. It offers long battery life and performance that rises (slightly) above the competition. The main downside is that it's expensive; the model we reviewed is $599. However, that price did include both the keyboard cover and USI pen and it's regularly on sale for $200. If you're interested make sure to wait for one of those deals. Read our HP Chromebook x2 11 review.

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If you're making a laptop aimed at creatives, it's not enough to just put discrete graphics and a strong processor in a slim body. The extra performance really should be paired with a good screen, and that's what you get with the HP Envy 14. The laptop's 16:10 14-inch 1,920x1,200-pixel display not only gives you more vertical room to work, but is color-calibrated at the factory and covers 100% of the sRGB color gamut. The result: a well-rounded option for creatives looking for on-the-go performance at a reasonable price. This model is due for a refresh, though, so keep an eye out for updated models. Read our HP Envy 14 review.

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Killexams : HP targets construction sites with autonomous floorplan-printing robots

HP has put forward a small robot it says can dramatically speed up construction work, by autonomously printing guidelines straight from the blueprints onto the floor. Rugged, roadworthy and extremely accurate, Siteprint is a super-quick layout tool.

The robot replaces the time-consuming manual process of site layout, using a variety of different inks to place precise lines, exact curves and faithful reproductions of complex shapes on all kinds of floors, from porous surfaces like concrete and plywood to terrazzo, vinyl or epoxy.

It doesn't require a perfectly smooth or clean floor – indeed, it can handle a certain degree of surface irregularity and obstacles up to 2 cm (0.8 in) high. It runs built-in obstacle and cliff drop sensors for fully autonomous operation, and will work around barriers even if they're not in the plans.

As well as layout lines, it's capable of printing more or less whatever else you need on the floor too, including text notes. Operators set it up using cloud-based tools for job preparation, fleet management and tracking, and can run it on site with a touch-screen tablet and a tripod-mounted "totalstation."

HP claims the SitePrint robot replicated seven hours of manual layout work in 45 minutes in testing, with extreme accuracy

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“The existing manual layout process can be slow and labor intensive,” said Albert Zulps, Director of Emerging Technology at Skanska - a global construction and development company currently using the SitePrint system for two of its US projects. "Despite being done by specialists, there is always the risk of human error, which can result in costly reworks. Layout experts are a scarce resource who add a lot of value in terms of planning and strategy, but often end up dedicating most of their time to manual execution. HP SitePrint lets us do more with less, helping reduce schedules thanks to a much faster layout process, and allowing senior operators to focus on other critical activities like quality control.”

While HP hasn't announced pricing, we assume the printer robot itself will be surprisingly cheap, but the ink's gonna be a killer. Yuk yuk.

Check out Siteprint in the video below.

HP SitePrint Skanska testimonial | HP

Source: HP

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Killexams : This Chromebook is under $100 in Walmart’s Prime Day 2 rival sale Woman sits at desk using a HP 11.6-inch Chromebook. © Provided by Digital Trends Woman sits at desk using a HP 11.6-inch Chromebook.

If you’re looking for fantastic Chromebook deals, then this alternative from Walmart might be right up your alley. Discounted down to just $98 from $199 as Walmart counters Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale, which is Amazon’s second Prime Day filled with exclusive discounts for Prime members, this little Chromebook is perfect if you’re on a shoestring budget and need a device to connect online and do some work.

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While HP’s 11.6-inch Chromebook isn’t on our list of best Chromebooks for students, its main advantage is its incredibly low price while still being a functional device. For example, you get the AMD A4-9120C CPU, which is entry-level and made for mobile applications, but it’s OK for ChromeOS, which isn’t as resource hungry as Windows 10 or 11. Similarly, the 4GB of RAM may not seem like much, and it isn’t, but it also isn’t cripplingly bad and works well for loading a couple of Google productivity apps and a few browser tabs, so it’s not a dealbreaker by any means. That said, the storage is on the smaller side at just 32GB, so if you have a lot of storage requirements, one of the several external hard drive deals going on now might be something to look into.

Besides that, this little Chromebook is very sturdy, with reinforced metal corners, meaning it can withstand the few bumps that happen in everyday use, although we don’t consider it a rugged Chromebook, so don’t treat it as such! Luckily, the 200-nit peak brightness means you can use it in bright rooms and outside in very shaded areas, which is a big plus if you’re always on the go and potentially use it in different environments. As for the graphics, the integrated AMD Radeon R4 GPU means some casual games might be playable, but nothing beyond that.

Overall, the HP 11.6-inch Chromebook is an excellent budget device for those who want a basic laptop, and the $101 discount from Walmart bringing it down to just $98 makes it affordable to those who need it the most. Of course, if you can spend a little extra, checking out the rest Walmart Rollback Sale might net you a better device for a slightly higher price.

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Killexams : Lowe Lintas rolls out latest campaign for the new range of HP Spectre featuring Rahul Bose and Ishaan Khatter The films show an interplay between two start-up business partners who are poles apart but are always looking to create the best version of themselves. © Provided by The Financial Express The films show an interplay between two start-up business partners who are poles apart but are always looking to create the best version of themselves.

HP India has launched a multi-film campaign to promote its latest range of HP Spectre laptops. Conceptualised by Lowe Lintas Delhi, the campaign aims to appeal to professionals, young, and experienced, enticing them with the laptops’ intelligent tech and new smart features.

“The AI based features of the new HP Spectre line-up are designed to help you thrive in today’s hybrid world. The campaign brings alive three such truly unique features. We hope to inspire everyone to ‘Be your Best You’ as you navigate seamlessly across the hybrid environment,” Prashant Jain, chief marketing officer, HP India, said.

According to the company, the new HP Spectre boasts new intelligent AI-powered features such as gesture control, auto framing and glam cam. Lowe Lintas claims to have created situations through the new films to highlight these three key features. Each film highlights how the end user benefits from these smart features in a relevant yet appealing manner.

The films show an interplay between two start-up business partners who are poles apart but are always looking to create the best version of themselves. The situations involve conversations between the two characters – Ravi (Rahul Bose) and Kunal (Ishaan Khatter) – with simple interactions that ease into a tech benefit for a reveal at the end of each of the films. The conversations revolve around a senior, experienced businessman and the young, tech friendly entrepreneur who introduces a smarter way of making perfect presentations, using the HP Spectre.

Sometimes all it takes is going back to basics, Vasudha Misra, regional creative officer, Lowe Lintas, said. “Make the product feature the front and centre of the communication. And that is just what we did. To this mix, Sidhant Mago added characters that are steeped in modern folklore – startup founders. And finally, the casting took these films to the next level,” she highlighted.

The integrated campaign is now live across social media and offline mediums with an extension of the same message across different platforms.

Also Read: Prodigious India and Content Factory launch ‘Supershoots’ to help brands create volumised branded content in a single shoot schedule

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Killexams : HP Inc. (HPQ) and the Battle of Fundamentals vs. Technicals

HP Inc. (NYSE:HPQ) went down by -5.44% from its latest closing price compared to the exact 1-year high of $41.47. The company’s stock price has collected 0.48% of gains in the last five trading sessions. Barron’s reported on 08/31/22 that Bed Bath & Beyond, Chewy, HP Inc., ChargePoint, and More Stock Market Movers

Is It Worth Investing in HP Inc. (NYSE :HPQ) Right Now?

HP Inc. (NYSE:HPQ) scored a price-to-earnings ratio above its average ratio, recording 4.37 x from its present earnings ratio. Plus, the 36-month beta value for HPQ is at 0.99. Opinions of the stock are interesting as 2 analysts out of 18 who provided ratings for HP Inc. declared the stock was a “buy,” while 0 rated the stock as “overweight,” 12 rated it as “hold,” and 3 as “sell.”

The average price from analysts is $30.25, which is $5.61 above the current price. HPQ currently public float of 1.00B and currently shorts hold a 4.43% ratio of that float. Today, the average trading volume of HPQ was 9.01M shares.

HPQ’s Market Performance

HPQ stocks went up by 0.48% for the week, with a monthly drop of -8.95% and a quarterly performance of -20.25%, while its annual performance rate touched -10.73%. The volatility ratio for the week stands at 3.09% while the volatility levels for the past 30 days are set at 2.76% for HP Inc. The simple moving average for the period of the last 20 days is -4.92% for HPQ stocks with a simple moving average of -27.82% for the last 200 days.

Analysts’ Opinion of HPQ

Many brokerage firms have already submitted their reports for HPQ stocks, with Loop Capital repeating the rating for HPQ by listing it as a “Hold.” The predicted price for HPQ in the upcoming period, according to Loop Capital is $29 based on the research report published on September 01st of the current year 2022.

Wells Fargo, on the other hand, stated in their research note that they expect to see HPQ reach a price target of $30, previously predicting the price at $35. The rating they have provided for HPQ stocks is “Underweight” according to the report published on August 19th, 2022.

Credit Suisse gave a rating of “Outperform” to HPQ, setting the target price at $39 in the report published on August 17th of the current year.

HPQ Trading at -16.31% from the 50-Day Moving Average

After a stumble in the market that brought HPQ to its low price for the period of the last 52 weeks, the company was unable to rebound, for now settling with -39.62% of loss for the given period.

Volatility was left at 2.76%, however, over the last 30 days, the volatility rate increased by 3.09%, as shares sank -11.39% for the moving average over the last 20 days. Over the last 50 days, in opposition, the stock is trading -23.87% lower at present.

During the last 5 trading sessions, HPQ rose by +0.48%, which changed the moving average for the period of 200-days by -32.36% in comparison to the 20-day moving average, which settled at $26.17. In addition, HP Inc. saw -33.53% in overturn over a single year, with a tendency to cut further losses.

Insider Trading

Reports are indicating that there were more than several insider trading activities at HPQ starting from LORES ENRIQUE, who sale 34,000 shares at the price of $25.23 back on Oct 03. After this action, LORES ENRIQUE now owns 517,204 shares of HP Inc., valued at $857,820 using the latest closing price.

MYERS MARIE, the Chief Financial Officer of HP Inc., sale 4,500 shares at $33.05 during a trade that took place back on Aug 01, which means that MYERS MARIE is holding 13,500 shares at $148,725 based on the most exact closing price.

Stock Fundamentals for HPQ

Current profitability levels for the company are sitting at:

  • +9.10 for the present operating margin
  • +21.11 for the gross margin

The net margin for HP Inc. stands at +10.21. Equity return is now at value -307.70, with 16.10 for asset returns.

The liquidity ratio also appears to be rather interesting for investors as it stands at 0.76.

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Killexams : Lowe Lintas India demonstrates the smart features of the new range of HP Spectre laptops
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HP India has recently launched its latest range of HP Spectre laptops with a multi-film campaign, created via Lowe Lintas Delhi. The campaign aims to appeal to professionals, young, and experienced, enticing them with the laptops’ intelligent tech and new smart features.

The new HP Spectre comes loaded with intelligent AI-powered features, such as Gesture Control, Auto Framing and Glam Cam. Lowe Lintas creates entertaining situations through the new films to highlight these 3 key features. Each film highlights how the end user benefits from these smart features in a relevant yet appealing manner.

Prashant Jain, Chief Marketing Officer, HP India, said: “The AI BASED features of the new HP Spectre line-up are designed to help you thrive in today’s hybrid world. The campaign brings alive 3 such truly unique features. We hope to inspire everyone to ‘Be your Best You’ as you navigate seamlessly across the hybrid environment.”

The films show an interplay between two start-up business partners who are poles apart but are always looking to create the best version of themselves. The situations involve conversations between the two characters – Ravi (Rahul Bose) and Kunal (Ishaan Khatter) – with simple interactions that ease into a tech benefit for a reveal at the end of each of the films. The conversations revolve around a senior, experienced businessman and the young, tech friendly entrepreneur who introduces a smarter way of making perfect presentations, using the HP Spectre.

The sarcastic and witty banter between the characters which leads to each feature reveal keeps the films light and yet slightly professional. Despite the light-hearted tone of the films, it remains aspirational and premium to draw in the right target audience of professionals. In a never-seen-before pairing, the Ishaan Khatter – Rahul Bose duo fit the roles perfectly with their sense of humour and comic timing.

Vasudha Misra, Regional Creative Officer, Lowe Lintas, said: “Sometimes all it takes is going back to basics. Make the product feature the front and centre of the communication. And that is just what we did. To this mix, Sidhant Mago added characters that are steeped in modern folklore – start up founders. And finally, the casting took these films to the next level.”

The integrated campaign is now live across social media and offline mediums with an extension of the same message across different platforms.

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Credits
Agency: Lowe Lintas, Delhi
Creative: Prateek Bhardwaj, Vasudha Misra, Sidhant Mago, Sandeep Bagga, Nagma Dhingra
Account Management: Tanul Bhartiya, Vipul Shastri, Chaitra Nambiar
Account Planning: Anurag Prasad, Chandana Raizada
Production House: Utopians
Director: Kunal Pardeshi

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Killexams : Lowe Lintas makes Rahul Bose and Ishaan Khatter engage in a witty banter for HP Spectre’s new campaign

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HP India has recently launched its latest range of HP Spectre laptops with a multi-film campaign. Conceptualised by Lowe Lintas Delhi, the campaign aims to appeal to professionals, young, and experienced, enticing them with the laptops’ intelligent tech and new smart features.

The new HP Spectre comes loaded with multiple intelligent AI-powered features. Lowe Lintas created entertaining situations through the new films to highlight the three key features. Each film highlights how the end user benefits from these smart features in a relevant yet appealing manner.

The films show an interplay between two start-up business partners who are poles apart but are always looking to create the best version of themselves.

The situations involve conversations between the two characters – Ravi (Rahul Bose) and Kunal (Ishaan Khatter) – with simple interactions that ease into a tech benefit for a reveal at the end of each of the films. The conversations revolve around a senior, experienced businessman and the young, tech friendly entrepreneur who introduces a smarter way of making perfect presentations, using the HP Spectre.

The sarcastic and witty banter between the characters which leads to each feature reveal keeps the films light, special and yet slightly professional. Despite the light-hearted tone of the films, it remains aspirational and premium to draw in the right target audience of professionals.

Prashant Jain, Chief Marketing Officer, HP India, said, “The AI-based features of the new HP Spectre line-up are designed to help you thrive in today’s hybrid world. The campaign brings alive three such truly unique features. We hope to inspire everyone to ‘Be your Best You’ as you navigate seamlessly across the hybrid environment.”

Vasudha Misra, Regional Creative Officer, Lowe Lintas, said, "Sometimes all it takes is going back to basics. Make the product feature the front and centre of the communication. And that is just what we did. To this mix, Sidhant Mago added characters that are steeped in modern folklore – start up founders. And finally, the casting took these films to the next level." 

The integrated campaign is now live across social media and offline mediums with an extension of the same message across different platforms.

Credits:

Agency: Lowe Lintas, Delhi

Creative: Prateek Bhardwaj, Vasudha Misra, Sidhant Mago, Sandeep Bagga, Nagma Dhingra

Account Management: Tanul Bhartiya, Vipul Shastri, Chaitra Nambiar

Account Planning: Anurag Prasad, Chandana Raizada

Production House: Utopians

Director: Kunal Pardeshi

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