HP Probook 4545s notebook runs off an AMD processor
Are you extremely particular about the kind of processor that your budget-friendly notebook has underneath the hood? I suppose if you have answered in the negative, then you would be pleased to hear that the HP Probook 4545s notebook will be able to pack in quite a decent performance without breaking the bank, while running on an AMD processor to boot. You know the saying, it does not matter what color the cat is, as long as it is capable of catching mice. Well, the HP Probook 4545s notebook is said to be specially designed for the enterprise market, so you can be sure that a handful of key points such as durability, multimedia capability, performance and a full array of ports are taken into consideration.
When it comes to the issue of durability, it is rather obvious that folks who are always busy as a bee and are on-the-go tend to put have their precious notebooks endure some rather harsh moments, through transportation and perhaps even the environment. Good to know that HP has taken the corrective steps to make sure that HP Probook 4545s’ chassis remains rigid all round, using aluminum that has been treated to be smudge and scratch resistant in the process.
Not only that, just in case you are feasting on a dinner of pizza and Coke again, the keyboard has been specially constructed to be spill-resistant, which is a must-have feature for business notebooks as you can never quite tell when a clumsy moment will send that can of Coke flying across the keyboard. Apart from that, there is also an integrated sensor which will park the HDD heads in order to prevent a fatal disk crash just in case you drop your HP Probook 4545s by accident.
HP has also thrown in a webcam that works decently for standard use,while a discrete GPU should make it a decent gaming machine, although do not expect to run the latest titles in the highest quality settings. It has a 15.6″ display at a resolution of 1366×768 which is not too hot in this day and age, but functional. You can have up to an AMD quad-core A8-4500M 2.8GHz + Radeon HD 7640 GPU, up to 8GB RAM, where it carries a pair of USB 3.0 ports and an equal number of USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, and VGA connectivity. Any takers?