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HP unveils new Dragonfly Pro notebooks and accessories aimed at hybrid work at CES

By Ken Wong - on 9 Jan 2023, 12:13pm

HP unveils new Dragonfly Pro notebooks and accessories aimed at hybrid work at CES

The HP Dragon Fly Pro series. Image source: HP.

HP is bringing new products to its hybrid work portfolio with the launch of its new Dragonfly Pro series of notebooks along with a new webcam and mouse.

 

HP Dragonfly Pro series

Trying to make its user’s lives easier, the HP Dragonfly Pro series comes with a series of hotkeys on the right of the keyboard that provides access to the camera, control centre, 24/7 support concierge, and a fourth key that can be customised by the user to optimise a workflow or allow for simple navigation.

 

HP Dragonfly Pro

Image source: HP.

The Dragonfly Pro comes powered by the AMD Ryzen7 7736u Mobile Processor with AMD Radeon Integrated Graphics, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to a 1TB SSD for storage. The 14-inch FHD, multitouch-enabled, IPS display has 400 nits of brightness. For connectivity options, it features two USB4 40Gbps ports and one USB 3.2 Type-C port.

It comes with a 5MP IR webcam with a camera shutter and audio by Bang & Olufsen featuring dual mics and quad speakers.

 

The HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook

Image source: HP.

The standout feature of the HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook is the brightness. At 1,200nits it is definitely bright. The 14-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 resolution multitouch-enabled IPS LCD display, is powered by an Intel 12th Gen Core i5-1235U Processor, a mobile processor. It also comes with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

The Dragonfly Pro Chromebook also comes with a keyboard using RGB backlighting and an 8MP camera.

 

Bringing the hybrid work accessories

Image source: HP.

The HP 620/625 Zoom-certified FHD 1080p webcam has dual noise-reduction microphones, an adjustable field of view, and video features, including auto-focus, AI face framing, and background light enhancement.

The webcam allows logging in with Windows Hello facial recognition compatibility. The webcam captures every angle with a 360-degree swivel and 90-degree tilt for extra flexibility.

The HP 710 Rechargeable Silent Mouse allows users to work where they need to with an ambidextrous compact design, silent clicks, and up to 90 days of battery life.

With six programmable buttons for custom shortcuts, users can maximize their workflow and work seamlessly with multi-OS compatibility across three saved devices. The device is engineered for the Intel Evo laptops accessories program so the mouse provides seamless connectivity and reliability when paired with Intel Evo laptops.

 

Pricing and availability

Both the HP Dragonfly Pro and the Dragonfly Pro Chromebook are expected to be available in the second quarter of the year with pricing available closer to date. The HP 620/625 FHD Webcam and HP 710 Rechargeable Silent Mouse are expected to be available in January for US$109.99 and US$79.99 respectively at HP.com.

 

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