HP harnesses power of AI for newest business laptops and Poly Studio solutions

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HP has introduced its newest generation of AI HP Elite and Pro PCs powered by Windows 11 Pro and Microsoft Copilot in Windows 11.   Microsoft Copilot is your everyday AI companion. Recently, some new features were introduced to Copilot Preview for Windows 11, which build on the introduction of the  Copilot Key on new Windows 11 PC keyboards. In addition to the new features in Copilot, over the next month, those using Windows 11 will see new AI editing capabilities in Photos designed to make creating simpler, and improvements to features like Snap, Widgets and Inking, making it even easier to get things done. Commercial customers will find it easier to securely manage updates across their organization.  [caption id="attachment_178754" align="alignnone" width="1024"]Woman standing in an office working on laptop HP Elite x360 1040 14-inch G11 2-in-1[/caption] HP Elite 1000 Series G11 Notebook PCs have been designed to operate up to 21 hours without needing to plug in and to deliver 132% faster AI video editing than the previous generation. Business users will also experience up to 80% better graphics performance as the PC runs up to 40% quieter.  [caption id="attachment_178755" align="alignnone" width="1024"]Man sitting on a living room floor working on a laptop on a couch HP EliteBook 845 14-inch G11[/caption] Like other HP Elite PCs, HP EliteBook 800 and 805 Series G11 Notebook PCs are equipped with either Intel Core Ultra 5 and 7 processors or next-generation AMD Ryzen PRO processors with dedicated NPUs11 for tackling AI tasks with more personalized performance. These devices also contain at least 75% PCR plastic in the bezel.  Poly Lens (shown above in first photo) provides the foundation of AI-powered deployment, management, monitoring and insights of video-powered rooms. The latest software offers enhanced video deployment and serviceability, enabling faster onboarding and configuration. When organizations retrofit and reconfigure workspaces, improvements like this translate to a consistent user experience, saving time and resources. With the new Microsoft O365 Calendar* integration, IT professionals can make better room allocation plans based on usage trends, as they’ll get a comprehensive view of room occupancy and utilization across multiple platforms.   Head over to the HP Newsroom for the latest news and announcements from HP’s 2024 Amplify Partner Conference.  *Microsoft O365 feature is enabled through a Poly+ Enterprise service agreement, which is sold separately. 

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