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Someone is FINALLY taking AMD seriously! - HP Enterprise Laptops Showcase


axipher

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HP is stepping up their game again, this level of quality reminds me of when the ProBook line first broke out in to consumer market in 2008/2009.

 

I loved my HP ProBook 4510s and it's still chugging along to this day as my backup programming laptop for Arduino's and random electronics stuff.

 

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The Probook was fantastic back in the day, a solid product in everyway. May take another look at the new gen when I eventually need to update my laptop.

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AMD need Thunderbolt for the mobile market. Especially in the more premium end of the enterprise market. USB-C docks need to die. 

AMD also need to get some solid Bluetooth/WiFi/Ethernet options, Realtek and Broadcom often are not as reliable or feature rich as Intel's solutions yet alone driver support and ease of deployment in managed environments. 
 

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15 minutes ago, GDSTi said:

AMD need Thunderbolt for the mobile market. Especially in the more premium end of the enterprise market. USB-C docks need to die. 

AMD also need to get some solid Bluetooth/WiFi/Ethernet options, Realtek and Broadcom often are not as reliable or feature rich as Intel's solutions yet alone driver support and ease of deployment in managed environments. 
 

Thunderbolt will be hard, even on USB4 the PCIE passthrough part is optional and Intel doesn't seems to be interested in releasing Thunderbolt to be manufactured by 3rd party (maybe this will change when Apple use ARM)

On networking side, I though some Ryzen laptop on 4th series do use Intel card? At least on the Wifi side.

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