If you’re shopping for a new laptop, CES is probably one of the best places to keep an eye out for new laptop announcements. At CES 2022, HP has actually unveiled a couple of new laptops under its Dragonfly range which are aimed at business users, and there will be two versions to choose from.

One of which is the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook, which as the name suggests will be powered by Google’s Chrome OS. It is powered by Intel’s 12th Gen processors and will also be the first Chromebook to support Intel’s vPro platform. It will support as much as 32GB of RAM, up to 512GB of storage, and will have a 51Whr battery that can charge up to 90% in 90 minutes.

Then there is also the Dragonfly G3, which is a more “traditional” Windows-based laptop. It too will be powered by Intel’s 12th Gen processor and will also support up to 32GB of RAM and up to 2TB of storage. It will come with a larger 68Whr battery and will also utilize AI in its software to help make your conference calls better.

No word on pricing for either laptop just yet, but the HP Elite Dragonfly G3 is expected to be available this coming March, while the Chromebook version is slated for April, so we should have more details about pricing then.

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