Autor Thema: EliteBook 1050 G1 with GeForce GTX 1050: HP challenges the Dell XPS 15  (Gelesen 703 mal)


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The market for premium laptops has been growing in recent years, with thin and powerful 15-inch laptops like the Dell XPS 15 or Apple MacBook Pro 15 as one of the growth-segments. Reason enough for HP to release the new EliteBook 1050 G1, which offers a hexa-core CPU and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 in a thin 15-inch chassis.


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HP at least puts the camera in the right place!


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Even premium gaming 15" notebooks can't handle i7-8750H 3x3900Hz turbo boost. This tiny gadget will blow up at 3k.


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Why in god's name do they keep placing the fan exhausts and main ports on the right side where my right mouse/hand is?

Do they not understand that there are many users who do not use an external keyboard with these type of laptops?

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This model has a dual-fan design, which is necessary to cool these components in a chassis this thin:

So it has exhausts on both sides, its just a necessity. Maybe they could put the exhaust at the back of the machine, but with the common drop-down-hinge design, the airflow probably would be a problem.
« Letzte Änderung: Mai 15, 2018, 18:56:09 von Benjamin Herzig »


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Geez, 4.54 lb. and it isn't even a 2-in-1. Even the Spectre x360 is around that weight. HP missing the point. Lighter is more premium, but of course, Apple's making porky laptops, so HP has to copy.


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Wonder how this will handle ~100W of cooling demands seeing as the similar Elitebook 1040 couldn't even handle an H-class CPU by itself


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