HP EliteBook 840 G9: Review
- 1.1 Pros
- 1.2 Cons
- 1.3 Design: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.4 Display: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.5 Internal Components: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.6 Connectivity: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.7 Ports: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.8 Music: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.9 Battery: HP EliteBook 840 G9
- 1.10 Price: HP EliteBook 840 G9
Regular business laptops aren’t the most attractive, but they do the job. After all, HP’s most popular business line is the EliteBook 800 series. So, while the HP EliteBook 840 G9 is less thin, light, or high-end than the 1000 series, it does everything right, from performance to reliability. The one HP sent me has a chassis made of aluminum and has a lot of features. It has a 28W Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB DDR5 memory, a 512GB solid-state drive (SSD), and even 5G connectivity.
HP EliteBook 840 G9 Specifications
|Memory||16GB DDR5-4800 MHz RAM|
|OS||Windows 11 Pro|
|Battery||HP Long Life 3-cell, 38 Wh polymer; HP Long Life 3-cell, 51 Wh polymer|
|Camera||5 MP camera; IR Camera (select models)|
|Weight||Starting at 1.36 kg|
|Network||5G, Wi-Fi 6E. Bluetooth 5.3|
|Dimension||31.56 x 22.4 x 1.92 cm|
- Excellent performance
- able to be upgraded and easy to fix
- Prices are great for how much you can do.
- Excellent expansion
- Great communication
- If you don’t need 4K, there are some friendly 16:10 display options.
- Battery life could be better.
- The PgUp and PgDn keys are too easy to press by accident.
Design: HP EliteBook 840 G9
Like most business-class laptops, the HP EliteBook 840 G9 is functional, not flashy, and only comes in one color: plain grey. The whole body is made of aluminum. For the G9, HP took a step back from the hard angles of the past by rounding the corners and softening the edges. this change. The new design looks new and a little less cold. HP says the EliteBook 840 has passed 19 MIL-STD 810H tests over 120,000 hours. This shows how tough it is.
Display: HP EliteBook 840 G9
HP EliteBook 840 G9 has different display panel options, and the EliteBook 840 G9 is no different. Each display panel is 14 inches on the diagonal, uses IPS technology, and has a WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution and a 16:10 aspect ratio, so there are no 4K+ display options. Beyond that, you can choose between IPS panels with 250 nits of brightness and anti-glare, 400 nits of brightness and low power, 1000 nits of brightness, and HP’s Sure View Reflect privacy screen technology.
Internal Components: HP EliteBook 840 G9
You can get the HP EliteBook 840 G9 with a variety of 12th Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors with 10 to 14 cores and Intel Iris Xe graphics. Three models have processors from the U-series, which use less power, while the others have processors from the P-series, which are more powerful but have less battery life. The system can be set up with 16 to 64 GB of DDR5-4800 RAM and 256 GB to 2 TB of SSD storage. On most models, the SSD storage is fast PCIe Gen4 NVMe M.2 storage.
Connectivity: HP EliteBook 840 G9
With Wi-FWe6E, Bluetooth 5.3, and NFC, it’s easy to connect to the internet. You can add 5G cellular connectivity with either a nano-SIM or an eSIM. Cellular connectivity is part of the review.
Ports: HP EliteBook 840 G9
As you might expect from a business-class laptop, the HP EliteBook 840 G9 has a good mix of new and old ports. On the left is one HDMWe2.0 port, one full-sized USB-A port (5 Gbps), and two Thunderbolt 4/USB4/Type-C ports (40 Gbps with Power Delivery and DisplayPort1.4).
Music: HP EliteBook 840 G9
The HP EliteBook 840 G9 has great stereo speakers with separate amplifiers, and it works well for meetings, listening to music, and watching videos. Even though there are no Dolby enhancements for entertainment, You can watch the movie even at the highest volumes, there was no distortion.
Battery: HP EliteBook 840 G9
One of the best things about HP EliteBook 840 G9 is how long the batteries last. When we tested it with streaming video, it lasted just a little over 12 hours, which is enough time to watch about a season of The Simpsons before you need to find a way to charge it. That’s not bad at all, and it’s what HP said it would do. Total points for that.
Price: HP EliteBook 840 G9
There are many processor options for the HP EliteBook 840 G9, but the main two are the Intel Core i5-1235U, which costs just over £1,100/$1,600 when writing, and the Intel Core i7-1255U, which we tested and costs almost £1,500/$1,800 at total price.
The HP EliteBook 840 G9 builds on the success of the 840 G8. It has a taller, brighter screen, which is great for content creators, and a longer battery life, which is great for workers who are always on the go. The more powerful Intel Core i7 processor, which is the option we recommend for this pro notebook, can also handle all general creative tasks easily. It’s not a gaming powerhouse, but you can still have a lot of fun playing casual games.
What does the box hold?
We only found the required paperwork and a 65W USB Type-C power adapter in the box.
Planning and building of HP EliteBook 840 G9?
HP made most of the EliteBook 840 G9 out of aluminium. The screen bezels are the only different thing. The structure is strong, and we didn’t feel much give when we twisted the device.
What Is The Security of HP EliteBook 840 G9?
All HP EliteBook 840 G9 business-class laptops now come with its Wolf Security suite. This gives customers a wide range of protection beyond Windows and includes protections that run while the PC is offline to stop firmware hacks and other types of tampering. Usually, Wewouldn’t say like third-party security software, but Wolf Security isn’t any noisier than Windows Security, and it flags potentially harmful software a bit more often.