HP’s new Dragonfly Pro line was announced by the company. While they look very thin and capable, the Windows version left me baffled. You’ll notice a unique set hotkeys that run vertically along the right side of your keyboard if you examine the image below. These keys are used to set up camera settings, account information, and other purposes. Tech support (aka 24/7 concierge service) is the key that I find most confusing. Article on the edgeIt is more expensive.
The Concierge Key allows you to connect with an HP expert to help with troubleshooting problems. The idea is wonderful. I love customer service. I don’t like the fact that you have to pay for it. The key also becomes useless if the service is not paid for. A hotkey takes up too much space on your keyboard. It can’t be reset. This service will likely offer a free trial, but pricing information is not yet available. Not all is bad. Although there are no Intel offerings, the hardware looks great.
The AMD Ryzen 77736U CPU is included in the Dragonfly Pro. There are also integrated AMD Radeon graphics and up 32GB of RAM. There is also up to 1TB SSD storage. The screen is 14 inches in size and has a resolution 1920 x 1080. It can also display 400 nits of brightness. It has two USB 3.2 Type C ports and one USB 4Gbps USB4 port. These specs aren’t bad at all. It looks like he would put in a solid performance. The laptop will also come in Sparkle Black or Ceramic White.
The HP Dragonfly Pro will be released later this spring, but pricing has not been disclosed. As the release date nears, HP will reveal this information.
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