HP has introduced a new hybrid line of computers and workplace accessories at CES 2023 to meet the growing needs of displaced workers. The hybrid design provides greater flexibility and freedom in users’ personal lives, but it also brings its own set of challenges for people to stay productive and connected to others. HP is addressing these matters with designs to meet the demands and needs of hybrid work and lifestyles.
One of the key products announced is the Dragonfly Pro portfolio for freelancers, which aims to help reduce friction in users’ lives with powerful audio, camera, touchscreen, all-day battery life, and 24/7 live concierge support and services for effortless productivity. The Dragonfly Pro Chromebook, with its 14-inch display, is designed for individuals who are constantly connected to the internet, want an easy-to-use device with premium features and design, and consume a variety of content anywhere they go.
In addition to the Chromebook, HP introduced the Dragonfly G4, EliteBook 1040 G10, and Elite x360 1040 G10 to deliver enhanced collaboration experiences with intuitive videoconferencing innovations to support hybrid work. These include a Multi-Camera Experience to support dual video streams and camera switching, Auto Camera Select, HP Keystone Correction, and HP Be Right Back.
The newest HP Dragonfly and Elite 1000 Series PCs contain 90% recycled magnesium in the enclosure case, 5% ocean-bound plastics in the speaker enclosure, and bio-circular content such as used cooking oil to help lower CO2 emissions. HP also introduced innovative monitors, the Poly Voyager Free 60 Series pro-grade wireless earbuds, and a rechargeable mouse with extended battery life to complete the ecosystem.