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HP ZBook Power 15.6 inch G10 Mobile Workstation PC Wolf Pro Security Edition

  • Windows 11 Pro
  • Intel® Core™ i7-13800H (up to 5.2 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 24 MB L3 cache, 14 cores, 20 threads)
  • 64 GB memory; 2 TB SSD storage
  • 15.6" diagonal QHD display
  • NVIDIA RTX™ 2000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU (8 GB GDDR6 dedicated)

HP ZBook Power 15.6 inch G10 Mobile Workstation PC Wolf Pro Security Edition is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by treyus30 from HP steps on their own toes One thing has never changed with HP PCs over the years, independent of price range. It doesn't matter if it's a $300 hollow tower, or this $2500 professional notebook, you can always count on too much bloatware. I knew this going in, but what I didn't expect is for it to make the laptop actually unusable. The first red flag with this machine was when it would not boot at all when it first came out of the box. Power button lit but nothing happened on the screen for a solid 10 mins of holding the button for extended periods of time with and without the power adapter plugged in. After that, nothing but issues. Long story short, after around 20 hours of debugging constant and unexplained lag and graphical hanging, leading up to a non-boot scenaio, restoring the HP factory image, and no changes, I decided to install a fresh copy of Windows 11 from Microsoft themselves. This thankfully fixed nearly everything. I believe their "Wolf Security" is a large offender in this. There is still some perceived issues with graphical performance I believe is caused by some poor optimization between the integrated and dedicated video drivers (Intel and NVIDIA). This is fully the responsibility of HP to fix, but I'm not holding my breath. HP also refused to consider a return until I went through their customer service tech support, which would have been an even greater waste of time, given the debugging already performed. Buyer beware. Find a retailer with a no-nonsense return policy if you can. Performance itself is great and what you'd expect from high end hardware, but any manufacturer can bundle off the shelf hardware. HP seems to have done a terrible job putting the pieces together on this one. Built in microphones are also terrible for conference calls being on the inside of the lid instead of front facing, and I had a bit of an issue connecting to a Lenovo Thunderbolt dock (ethernet did not work through it for a week, then it randomly did even though no driver update happened). Finally, there is no fan or performance control software from HP, perhaps the single piece of software that would have actually been helpful for them to offer.
Date published: 2024-04-25
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WHY DONT I HAVE TOUCH SCREEN CAPABILITY

Asked by: ADSXXX
This forum is unable to answer this question as the model of the PC is not included. Not all laptops have touchscreen displays. Typically touchscreen displays are found on laptops in the X360 or convertible class.
Answered by: HP Team Grant
Date published: 2023-12-04
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