The new HP ProBook 630 and 635 notebooks from distributors Drive Control Corporation (DCC) deliver a new build over their predecessors, the 620 series, with an updated design, enhanced specs and improved processing power. These notebooks are affordable, offering entry level pricing with higher performance.
Featuring a brand new chic exterior with a smooth matte surface in a pewter colour for a professional look and powered by Intel processors and Windows 7 operating systems, the ProBook 630 and 635 are built to HP’s quality standards, delivering robust and stylish notebooks that are ideal for everyday mobility.
“These notebooks are durable, sophisticated and affordable, giving users value pricing with professional innovations to help them be productive and stay connected on the go,” says Deon Botha, HP PSG Business Unit Manager at DCC. “They are ready to use right out of the box with Microsoft Office Starter 2010 and come standard with a free carry case for even greater value and affordability.”
The perfect combination of budget pricing and solid specs, the ProBook 630 and 635 provide tried and tested technology with stable processing capability, a 15.6″ display, 2GB RAM, and ample 320GB hard drives to store documents, music and photographs. Professional innovations include HP Fast Charge, which allows the battery to be charged to 90% capacity in just 90 minutes when the machine is switched off, as well as quick access keys that can be customised to the user’s individual needs.
The ProBook 630 offers wireless connectivity, and the 635 come standard with a webcam for video conferencing and web casting. Altec Lansing speakers deliver exceptional audio quality and an integrated HDMI output port make these notebooks perfect for giving presentations in the boardroom or the classroom.
“What makes these notebooks particularly suitable for students and scholars, apart from the price, is the robustness of the build and the high level of technology that is jammed into the package. The reality is, students can be ‘rough and tough’ with their equipment, and at this entry level price the notebooks are much cheaper to fix and maintain than higher end devices, while still delivering the performance and productivity required,” says Botha.