HP ZBook Studio x360 G5-9AV38PA
Reviews for the HP ZBook Studio x360 G5-9AV38PA
Source: Hardware Zone
The HP ZBook Studio x360 G5 convertible notebook is a fine workstation, and even makes for a great Windows tablet, too. Being a workstation PC, you won’t be disappointed with its performance, and should suffice pretty much every professional user – especially those from the creative field. It also comes packaged in a great, all-metal build (despite the display flex discrepancy). The Bang & Olufsen integrated speakers, while being decent for in-laptop ones, isn’t particularly remarkable to write home about. But, when it comes to streaming your Netflix shows, it more than gets the job done. Finally, the notebook also comes with a great keyboard that induces little to no fatigue in long duration usage, and you have a commendable laptop/convertible in your hands.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 03/29/2020
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