HP ELITEBOOK 835 G7 | AMD Ryzen 7 4750U PRO (1.7 GHz) | 8GB Ram | 256GB SSD | 13.3’’ FHD | FP | BKB | SILVER | DOS | (Open Box)

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  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 4750U
  • Ram: 08GB
  • Storage: 256GB-SSD
  • Display: 13.3″FHD
  • OS: DOS
  • Status: Open Box
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AMD Ryzen 7 4750U PRO ( 1.7GHz base clock up to 4.1GHz max boost clock, 8MB Cache, 8 Cores, 16 Threads )

Ram Installed

08 GB DDR4


256GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD


13.3'' diagonal FHD IPS eDP anti-glare WLED-backlit bent, 250 nits, 45% NTSC (1920 x 1080)


13.3 inches, keyboard without numeric keypad


1.26 KG Approx.


Fingerprint Reader


Keyboard Backlit


Switchable graphics


Operating System



01 Month Only



Compared to the HP ELITEBOOK 830 G7, the case has been completely renewed. The silver color (with a black display frame and keyboard as contrast) remains unchanged. But the display bezel is now narrower in return, the speakers are placed to the right and left of the keyboard, and the pointing stick with its dedicated buttons is no longer there. We’ve already seen the new triangular pattern of the speaker grills in other recent HP laptops. The majority of the EliteBook case is made of aluminum. Plastic is used for the LCD bezel, the top part of the display back, and the inner frame underneath the aluminum palm rest. As a result, the HP ELITEBOOK 835 G7 is not quite as resistant to torsion as a laptop with an aluminum unibody. The display lid and palm rest handle punctual pressure very well, however, and the keyboard doesn’t give way anywhere. Workmanship is perfect, and the feel is very high quality, except for the cheap-looking plastic strip on the display. The wide drop-down hinge with a plastic cover hardly allows any wobbling. You can also open the screen with one finger but only up to 165 degrees.


The AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 4750U with AMD Radeon Graphics  is the fastest processor in the Ryzen Pro series for business PCs. Nominally, the CPU has a TDP of 15 watts. HP gives it twice as much with about 30 watts. As a result, the HP ELITEBOOK 835 G7 performs extremely well Compared to the Intel ELITEBOOK 835 G7 the is HP ELITEBOOK 830 G7 about 70% faster in multi-core performance.


The biggest advantage of the HP ELITEBOOK : It has two DDR4 3200 SO-DIMM slots at once, allowing a maximum of up to 64 GB RAM. HP sells the EliteBook with 08 GB by default. There’s an M.2 256 SSD with a capacity of up to 1 TB as mass storage device.


HP uses a smaller layout on the HP ELITEBOOK 835  than on the larger EliteBook 835 G7. The dedicated navigation keys on the right have been eliminated as well as the context menu button. Fortunately, the remaining keys are the same size, though, with the vertical arrow keys being very small here as well. The smooth backlit keys have a travel of about 1.5 mm. You can type very well with them, since the pressure point is well defined and crisp. Subjectively, the keyboard of the ThinkPad is still a bit better, but HP can keep up quite well.


The HP ELITEBOOK 835  can somewhat compensate for the resulting disadvantage with its better touchpad compared to the ThinkPad, especially because the glass surface is simply better than plastic. The mechanics of the ClickPad have a crisp, high-quality pressure point, and there’s nothing to complain about either in terms of driver technology thanks to Microsoft’s Precision touchpad driver.