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HP ZBook Firefly 15 G8 Laptop: Versatile Workstation for Office Power Users

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HP launched the HP ZBook Firefly 15 G8 laptop. The lightest version in the company's Z-series. These mobile workstations are designed for users who push the limits of the typical business PC.

The ZBook Firefly 15 G8 is the generation-8 version that weighs 2.98 lbs., and features a 15.6-inch diagonal FHD display. It features a similar slim chassis to the previous model, but its aluminum and magnesium dark gray exterior, complemented by an eye-catching Z logo on the lid, gives it an Ultrabook appearance and feel.

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The ZBook Firefly 15 G8 uses an 11th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, and up to an i7 processor. With up to 64GB of RAM and 2TB SSD storage. This enables power users to enjoy accelerated computing for easy creation, editing, and sharing of 4K content. The ZBook Firefly 15 G8 battery life lasts up to 14 hours without having to be recharged.

High-end visual enthusiasts will love this ZBook's NVIDIA T500 (4G DDR6) graphics and DreamColor display. It's ideal for Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and XD 2D design workflows. Architects and designers will love the ZBook's ability to study 2D and 3D content from anywhere utilizing SketchUp, Autodesk Revit, and SOLIDWORKS.

The ZBook Firefly 15 G8 runs on Windows 11 Pro, it has advanced security features such as the physical webcam shutter, a self-healing BIOS that automatically recovers from attacks or corruption, as well as built-in HP Sure Click and HP Sure Sense, which protect against a variety of threats. On top of this, power users may also set a BIOS-level password and implement DriveLock security features.

The full-size keyboard with rubber domes, an ambient light-sensing backlight, and a quiet clickpad enable users with a more comfortable, intuitive, and focused experience.

For inquiries on the ZBook Firefly 15 G8, visit: https://bit.ly/HPZBookFireflyG8InquiryForm 

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