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The ZBook 17 brings desktop-like performance to portable computing, but it's heavy and expensive.
HP has unsuccessfully been trying to enter the upper-echelons of business notebooks. Can the HP EliteBook 1020 G1 Special Edition compete with the best-in-class?
The HP Envy 15 x360 looks good and has a decent CPU, but it's a mediocre laptop and unwieldy as a tablet.
We really enjoyed the original HP Envy x2, but we felt there was room for improvement with future iterations. Did HP live up to our expectations?
The HP 255 G2 is built for light use, and priced accordingly. It works really well as an entry-level machine – just don't try to push it too hard.
Is HP's latest laptop a big Leap forward for the Envy line, or are its gesture controls just another gimmick?
This HP machine is one of the best-looking budget laptops around – but can this AMD-powered notebook cut the mustard in our tests?
ReviewNever mind super-thin and super-light; sturdiness and power are the standout features of this HP business-oriented laptop, and there's nothing wrong with that.