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HP’s high-end enterprise convertible is distinguished by its superior performance and additional features aimed at video conferencing.

The past few weeks have been spent using a variety of new enterprise laptops including the HP EliteBookx360 1040G7 convertible HP laptop. The laptops in this group are all fine machines with similar features. Each laptop has its pros and cons. However, HP differentiates the EliteBook 1000 series with new features that improve security and video conferencing. This is the convertible version with a 360-degree hinge. It also includes a touch display and magnetic pen that attaches to the side.

The EliteBook 1040 G7 is a smaller version of the previous EliteBooks. It has an aluminum and magnesium chassis. The bezels around your screen have been reduced significantly in recent laptops like the Dell Latitude 7410. This means that you can have a smaller body and still have a 14-inch display. The screen-to-body ratio is 89 percent and overall it is 6 percent smaller than the model last year.

The EliteBook 1040G7 measures 0.65 by 12.57 inches by 7.98 inches (HWD). It is smaller than the Dell 7410 and the Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon. While the base unit, which has a 4-cell, 54-watt-hour battery, weighs in at 2.9 pounds, the unit I tested, which had a 78-watt hour battery, weighed in at 3.07 pounds. This is still a lightweight unit. This is similar to Latitude 7410. The travel weight of the Latitude 7410 is 3.74 lbs. HP Elite Dragonfly is a lighter notebook that weighs in at 2.5 pounds. It has a 13.3-inch display and weighs just 2.5 pounds.

My unit had a 400-nit FHD 14-inch (1920 by 1080 pixels) display. It looked great, but not as bright and vibrant as the X1 Carbon or Latitude 7410. You can also get a UHD (3840 by2160) or an FHD SureView Reflect privacy screening

HP claims that the keyboard has been improved this year. It’s a little better than the Dell keyboards, but it is still not as good as the X1 Carbon. As computers have become thinner, keyboard feel has decreased over the past year. The trackpad is also large and beautiful. A few buttons have been added to the function key row at top of the keyboard. You can set one of these to open a file, launch an application or launch a website. A third electronic switch closes the shutter behind the webcam. This is called “Sure Shutter” by HP. However, I believe mechanical switches are just as effective. The power key has been moved to the side of your unit. This is a better location if you use the machine as a laptop. The fingerprint reader has been added to the keyboard’s bottom row. This worked well for me, although it is not the most prominent.

There are a few ports on this device, including two USB-A ports on each side, and two USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports (which can also be used for charging). A SIM port is located on the left side to allow you to use the optional LTE mobile modem. It does not have a MicroSD slot, unlike some other competitors.

The high-end unit I tested had a Core i7-10610U processor and 16GB RAM. The processor features six cores and twelve threads at a base frequency of 1.1 GHz, and a maximum turbo speed of 4.9 GHz. It also includes Intel vPro support which adds enterprise management features.

In my testing, this machine was faster than any mainstream laptop. It also beat the benchmarks of other mainstream enterprise laptops. A couple of other real-world tests revealed more differences: The EliteBook1040 took 52 minutes to complete a MatLab portfolio simulation; the Latitude 7410 took 63 minutes, 73 minutes, and 48 minutes respectively. It took 48 minutes to run a large Excel model on the EliteBook 1040, compared to 54 minutes on the X1 Carbon, and 62 minutes on the Latitude 7410. The 6-core/12thread processor is likely to be responsible for this. (It is interesting that I also tested the larger Dell Latitude 9510 with a similar i7-1010U processor, but got slower results. A new 9510 machine was sent to me for testing. The EliteBook is noticeably more comfortable than the Dell machines in terms of temperature, which could be part of why it’s so different. The battery life was excellent and it was able to run for over 14 hours using PCMark 10’s Modern Office suite.

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The aware presence feature, which HP added to the new Dell machines, uses a proximity sensor (a sensor that detects time-of-flight) to determine when someone is near the machine. It then locks automatically when you leave and wakes you up when you return. This integrates with Windows Hello for unlocking. It worked well.

HP continues to offer a variety of security applications. Sure Start protects your BIOS from attacks and theoretically can block specific Thunderbolt attacks. Sure Run has its endpoint security controller that allows you to access the hardware in the event of an operating system compromise. Sure, Click places each tab of your browser in a separate virtual container. This prevents malware from gaining access to any other tabs or computers. Anti-malware service Sure Sense tries to detect persistent threats. These are great ideas, but they may need additional testing. I had difficulty running my MatLab tests when SureSense was enabled.

This version, HP claims, is specially designed for audio and video conferences. It did seem to work well for that. The machine has four speakers and two front-facing microphones. It also features two world-facing microphones. There is an AI-based noise reduction feature that reduces extraneous calls. The audio quality was excellent for such a small machine. The webcam produced slightly better results than I have seen on the X1 Carbon or the Dell machines. It offers a large field of view and a decent level of detail. Although it was bright, sometimes it looked a bit too bright.

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HP has also changed the position of the WLAN antennae to be on top, rather than at the base. This improves Wi-Fi performance. Although I haven’t had any issues with Wi-Fi on any of the machines I tested recently, it didn’t hurt.

Quick Drop is another piece of software. Quick Drop allows you to wirelessly transfer files and photos between your PC, Android, or Apple. Although it isn’t something I use often, it is an interesting alternative to the Your Phone app in Windows.

The EliteBook x360 1040 G7 starts at $1,649 and comes with a Core i5-10210U CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and a 4-cell lithium-ion battery. The list price for the unit I tested was $2,499. It had a Core i7-10210U processor, 16GB RAM, a 512GB SSD and WWAN. A 6-cell battery is also included. This notebook is premium and comes at a competitive price. If you order a lot of machines you can negotiate to price.

The HP EliteBook x360 1040G7 Enterprise Laptop is an excellent laptop for business. It has great performance and better web conferencing capabilities. It offers security and web conference features that are unique. It is more user-friendly than the previous generation thanks to its improved keyboard and presence-aware sensor. Although enterprise laptops may not be flashy, HP offers a high-end option.