HP brings the power with new Elite and Pro desktop PCs

Lineup of new Elite and Pro business PCs
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HP (opens in new tab) has announced new business PCs in its Elite and Pro ranges powered by the latest AMD Ryzen PRO 5000 (opens in new tab) desktop chips.

The EliteDesk 805 G8 series and the ProDesk 405 G8 series were announced at Computex 2021 (opens in new tab), with both expansions consiting of a desktop mini PC (opens in new tab) and a small factor PC each.

HP refers to the new releases as the "the world's smallest and most powerful AMD-based Ultra Small Form Factor business-class” computers. They are also amongst the quietest as they enable users to tune the fans for low decibels or for maximum performance.

Remote professionals

The line, HP argues, is designed for the new remote working professionals that need "speed, flexible connectivity options, and always-on reliability to handle demanding tasks, intense graphics, and complex workflows with large files and applications."

The Desktop Mini PCs in the lineup can be mounted behind a monitor, while the small form factor PCs offer plenty of expansion options thanks to two bays, two half-height slots, three M.2 (opens in new tab) slots, and 11 USB ports.

All the four PCs ship with Windows 10 (opens in new tab) Pro and include the HP Wolf Security for Business endpoint security (opens in new tab) solution. However, HP hasn’t shared any details about the pricing and availability of the business PCs.

  • This year, Computex is going virtual, but we'll still be bringing you all the breaking computing news and launches as they happen, so make sure you check out all of TechRadar's Computex 2021 coverage.

Via ZDNet (opens in new tab)

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