HP EliteBook 850 G8
Intel Core i5-1135G7 ( 2.4GHz base frequency upto 4.2GHz, 8MB Cache, 4 Cores, 8 Threads )
08 GB DDR4
512 GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
15.6" diagonal FHD bent, anti-glare UWVA eDP, 250 nits, 45% NTSC (1920 x 1080)
3 Year Local
HP EliteBook 850 G8 | 11TH GEN | Intel Core i5-1135G7 (2.4 GHz) | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | 15.6″ FHD | SILVER | Win-10 | 3 Years Local Warranty | (NEW)
HP EliteBook 850 G8
- Gen : 11TH GEN
- Processor : Core i5-1135G7
- Ram : 08GB
- Storage : 512GB SSD
- Display : 15.6” FHD
- OS : WIN-10
- Warranty : 3 Year Local
- Status : NEW
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HP EliteBook 850 G8
HP EliteBook 850 G8 Price in Pakistan
This time around, the housing is made completely of metal. There are no plastic bits. The rigidity of the material is on a high level. However, we have to mention that the keyboard deck exhibits some flex because the material is not particularly thick in this area. The display lid is very rigid, though. The hinges also feel very solid. The angular design is nothing new for the EliteBooks. A reflective HP logotype adorns the display lid of the EliteBook 850 G8. The ‘EliteBook’ inscription, the black keys and the thin silver accents around the touchpad and the fingerprint reader make the notebook appear very premium when it is open.
The HP EliteBook 850 G8 is equipped with the Intel Core i5-1135G7 is a quad-core, mid-range SoC designed to be used in ultra-light laptops. The Tiger Lake-UP3 processor was introduced in September 2020. It features four Willow Cove CPU cores running at 2.4 GHz (base clock speed @ 28 W TDP) Boosting up to 4.2 GHz (1-core Boost). The all-core Boost clock speed sits at 3.8 GHz. This is a Hyper-Threading-enabled CPU, allowing for up to 8 concurrent processing threads.
The 1080p IPS panel of the EliteBook 850 G8 has a 16:9 aspect ratio. HP claims that the EliteBook 850 G8 can achieve a brightness of 1000 cd/m². The 850 G8 features HP’s SureView technology, which helps users protect their privacy in public places by severely restricting viewing angles. According to our measurements, the screen has an average maximum brightness of 702 cd/m² and a brightness distribution of 77%. The brightness that we measured is significantly below the claimed 1000 cd/m². There are no major issues with screen bleeding.
The black keyboard with the numeric pad spans almost the entire width of the chassis. The keys of the numpad are slightly smaller than the rest of the keys, except for the arrow and function keys, which are half the height of the normal keys. This results in a more clean look but makes the keyboard a little less comfortable to use. The keyboard does not feel mushy. However, it does not provide the kind of tactile feedback for which ThinkPad keyboards are famous. The keyboard deck does not bend in when typing. When pressed, the keys do not produce a significant amount of noise, which is why the HP laptop can be used in quiet environments. The backlight offers two brightness levels. Those who do not mind the slim function and arrow keys will be happy with this keyboard.
The glass-topped touchpad, which measures 12 x 6.5 cm (4.7 x 2.6 in), has a very smooth surface. The only flaw of the touchpad is that it did not always manage to register inputs in the corners. In the worst-case scenario, dragging and dropping files can get a bit more difficult than necessary. In all other cases, the touchpad should work without any issues. There are two physical buttons right above the touchpad. They are there to improve the usability of the TrackPoint. The physical buttons, despite being quite wide, work very well. The integrated buttons in the lower half of the touchpad also function well. All in all, there is no need for an external mouse, thanks to the inclusion of good input devices.
The HP laptop comes with a three-year warranty without onsite service. HP offers a next-day service package, which should be of particular interest to businesses.
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