Crazy Deal on the HP ZBook at B&H

Crazy Deal on the HP ZBook at B&H

With Apple's MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini, and even the iPad Pro freshly updated, you can be sure other manufacturers are going to be trying their best to pry your eyes away from Apple's new toys and getting deals ready for their own. Today, we can see that's already happening with the HP ZBook 14" 2-in-1 with pen for up to $700 off!

This 2-in-1 is a great alternative for creative professionals, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, etc. who are looking to jump off of the Apple train and into something with a little bit more bang for their buck. The touch screen and pen are a great touch (get it?) for sketching out lighting diagrams and drawing out ideas or just doodling while you wait for a render. Even though all of the models will give you some savings, the biggest deal by far is the 8 GB RAM and 256 GB HD model. While it's not the most powerful machine out there, the dedicated nVIDIA Quadro M620M packed under the hood along with a 3840 x 2160 touch screen is more than powerful enough to run Capture One, Photoshop, and even do some editing on the go! It's a perfect companion to your desktop or even your only machine.

Unlike other similar products, this computer has a dedicated graphics card for the best performance, and the keyboard is connected by Bluetooth so you can set the tablet on a table and keep the keyboard in your lap to do some relaxed writing at home watching TV.

You can grab this deal on the 2-in-1 laptop/tablet hybrid only at B&H just until November 21st here.

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4 Comments

Spy Black's picture

That's a really nice deal if you're in the market for a laptop.

I don't get it, why a lot of these cool products targeted at creative professionals come with often so crap configurations. here dual core and 8gb ram - there are other configs but why - people who are non tech nerd might choose a crap entry config and hate the system. same with microsoft surface, apple (nowadays) and so on. we have 2018 and there are more and more crappy configs in these markets. I mean I get it to get a lower entry price, they also exist in a world in where you get "boring" dell inspirons with 16gb / 4c/8t for half the price.
It is weird I only see this in the hardware market for the creative people. even apple is now far away from their "we don't sell crap" mantra.

Christian Durand's picture

I think they should make the screen a little ticker ....

Very tempting.
I've been looking at a 16" Wacom Cintiq Pro. This gives you more for less, but I can't plug it into my desktop and use the touch/pen features (or can I?).