HP said the new products are designed for businesses of all sizes, especially small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
The company said these devices underwent HP’s total test processing, including more than 120,000 hours of testing to ensure that the design can hold up to the rigors of work and home use.
New devices in the Pro Series of PCs include HP ProBook 400 G3 series, HP ProOne 400 G2 AiO and HP ProDesk 400 series. These devices use 6th Generation Intel Core processors.
HP claimed that the Pro Series of PCs feature world-class, built-in security and manageability to give SMBs peace of mind in protecting their critical business data and devices.
The HP ProOne 400 G2 AiO features HP’s first colored back covers for commercial AiOs, built-in cable management, and a number of new deployment options.
The 20″ diagonal ProOne 400 also optimizes features in Windows 10 like Cortana and collaboration is optimized with HP Noise Reduction Software, an integrated 1MP HD webcam.
The HP ProBook 400 series is expected to be available in September, starting at $499, while the HP ProDesk 400 series and HP ProOne 400 AiO are likely to hit the market in October at a starting price of $479 and $679, respectively.
HP also unveiled latest series printers. Those are HP LaserJet Pro M402 series, HP Color LaserJet Pro M452 series, HP LaserJet Pro MFP M426 series, HP LaserJet Pro MFP M426 series and HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477 series.
HP said the new LaserJet 400 series printers and MFPs provide the speed and efficiency to keep businesses at their most productive with the fastest first page out, fastest two-sided printing, and lowest energy consumption in their class.
All the printers are expected to be available in October. The starting price of the HP LaserJet Pro M402 series is $269, HP Color LaserJet Pro M452 series is $399 and the HP LaserJet Pro MFP M426 series is at $449. The HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477 series is priced at $529.