The 15.6″ ProBook 450 G6 Notebook from HP is a business-oriented system for professionals to stay productive in the office and on-the-go. A few helpful features include a slim chassis, a 180° hinge, and up to 13 hours of battery life. Specs-wise, it’s powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Core i7-8565U quad-core processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 128GB PCIe NVMe SSD and 1TB Hard drive, and integrated Intel UHD graphics. Its 15.6″ IPS display has a 1366 x 768 resolution for clear details and an anti-glare coating to reduce distracting reflections. Other integrated features include an SD card reader, a Gigabit Ethernet jack, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Type-A and Type-C ports, an HDMI port, a webcam, a microphone, speakers, and a 3.5mm combo audio jack. The operating system installed is Windows 10 Pro (64-Bit).
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HP 15.6″ ProBook 450 G6 Notebook
HP 450 G6 15.6″
- 1.8 GHz Intel Core i7-8565U Quad-Core
- 16GB DDR4 | 128GB PCIe NVMe SSD +1TB Hard Drive
- 15.6″ 1366 x 768 Anti-Glare IPS Display
- Integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620
- SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Reader
- USB Type-A & Type-C | HDMI
- Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) | Bluetooth 4.2
- 180° Hinge
- Windows 10 Pro (64-Bit)
The HP ProBook 450 is built to keep your data secure featuring BIOS-level protection and multi-factor authentication.
One of the USB Type-C ports on this system supports USB 3.1 Gen 1 speeds of 5 Gb/s, power delivery, and DisplayPort connectivity.
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