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Posted by: Waqas
« on: Yesterday at 10:01:13 »

I want to know regarding whether the HP pro book is designed to withstand heating temperatures when dedicated graphics are installed.

the hp pavillion dv series seem to suck as they overheat and my current pavillion dv model motherboard burnt twice and the hp support were clueless.

Please advise i need a good graphc card machine with amd radeon graphics but doe not burn out.
Posted by: mohamed nageeb
« on: July 10, 2014, 15:46:44 »

some users reported having wifi connection droping issues and they had to wait 30 seconds to reconnect
Posted by: fmorvan
« on: January 20, 2014, 14:27:49 »

After reviewing HP Probook 450 maintenance manual, there is no mSATA slot. The only way to install SSD is to use the optical drive bay.

Posted by: Ja No
« on: January 08, 2014, 23:34:07 »

On picture above is not mSata, mSata has two screws on side and other connector ..
This looks like M.2 NGFF connector ..
Posted by: Ja No
« on: January 08, 2014, 19:19:50 »

New version of HP ProBook 450 G1 (Haswell i3-4000M) do not contain mSata slot !!!
Posted by: TMHKR
« on: December 08, 2013, 15:20:03 »

As for the screen, you took the ProBook 470 and calibrated it - the blue cast was gone. There's no reason why it would not work on this one too. The uncalibrated grayscale charts of both 450 and 470 are pretty much the same, with clearly visible bluish readings.
Posted by: Emil
« on: October 08, 2013, 13:27:45 »

I am quite amazed that you haven't mentioned the rubber lid, this is definitely something that would attract some costumers, while drive away others... It is definitely the biggest change of the exterior since the previous generation (4540s). To be sincere, that's all that's changed since the last version! No Haswell inside or other "internal" advancements...

Another thing: battery running time of barely more that 3 hours is considered at least mediocre, not to be crude. Even you at notebookcheck have considered battery running time of 4 hrs as mediocre or average... This is horrible!
Posted by: rasyk sauliui
« on: October 04, 2013, 22:47:27 »

15.6-inch 16:9 screen with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels? It's a shame, tablets and even phones have better! Who wants to buy such, especially for business? They are stubbornly producing "crapbooks" and are surprised about decreasing market! Please, please let me have an option to buy a laptop with 16:10 or 4:3 screen and good screen resolution!
Posted by: durabilityFan
« on: October 04, 2013, 13:28:42 »

There's barely any info at all on the durability of the chassis. Is the screen well protected from twisting and pressure forces on the lid ? does it yield or flex ?
This has been a recent trend in notebookcheck not to provide enough info on this (which is primarily the reason I read reviews here in the first place !)

Good job on your reviews, I hope for a revision or perhaps more focus on the chassis quality (hinges, twists, flexes, LCD cover) in future reviews.
Posted by: Michael Avetisyan
« on: October 03, 2013, 13:56:38 »

I heard, that previous generation (Probook 4540s) had problems with using mSATA SSD as a boot drive. Can someone check if HP fixed this problem in Probook 450?

Oh, and what is the bandwidth of the mSATA slot in Probook 450 (3 Gbps or 6 Gbps)?
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: October 02, 2013, 03:50:19 »

Casual business. HP considers it ProBook series to be quite affordable yet of high-quality. The business laptops that feature a straightforward configuration and decent battery runtimes are to primarily find a place in companies and on the desks of freelancers.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-HP-ProBook-450-H0V92EA-Notebook.102727.0.html

 
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