The ProDesk 400 and 600 G6 lines are HP's new enterprise-grade PCs
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HP's new commercial desktops offer up to 10th generation Intel Core i7 processors, and also have DDR4 RAM with additional options on Optane memory. Their RAM slots have maximal capacities of between 64 and 128GB, and are all user-accessible and configurable.
They come in 2 series, the ProDesk 400 and 600 G6s, both of which have AiO flagships. They have FHD 19.5-inch anti-glare or 23.8-inch anti-glare/anti-glare touch or 21.5-inch anti-glare/anti-glare touch panels.
Like their microtower, small form-factor (SFF) PC, and mini-PC counterparts, they also have the option of installing either PCIe NVMe TLC M.2 SSD, PCIe NVMe SED Opal2 or TLC M.2 SSD hard-drives. HP asserts that, despite their MIL-STD-810 durability ratings, they still have "front-desk" looks.
Some of these PCs, such as the ProDesk 400 G6 SFF, have a full array of ports, USB type As with Thunderbolt 3 included. Being workplace-focused machines, they are also outfitted with optical drive bays that support 9.5 mm HP Slim Blu-ray writer, DVD-ROM or Slim DVD writers. On that note, they also come preloaded with OEM-specific security and management software such as Sure Run, Sure Recover and Sure Start.
The HP ProDesk 400s are currently set for launch in August 2020, and to start at US$589. The 600 G6s, on the other hand, may reach the market in the third quarter of the year and to have a base-model price of $719.
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