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HP EliteBook 735 G5 Laptop: 13.3" 1080p, Ryzen 7 2700U, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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Newegg via eBay has HP EliteBook 735 G5 13.3" Laptop (4HZ62UT#ABA) for $569.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Slee_Stack & OnTheHunt_SC

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 2700U 2.20 GHz 1st Generation Processor
  • 13.3" 1920x1080 IPS Display
  • 8GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory
  • 256GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive
  • AMD Radeon Vega 10 Graphics
    • Ports
      • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (1 charging)
      • 1x USB Type-C
      • 1x HDMI 2.0
      • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • 3-Cell 50Wh Battery
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
  • Weight: 2.94 lbs
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Nicely upgradeable, sub 3lb 13.3" with good port selection and strong CPU/GPU.

(2) SODIMM slots, 1 has 8GB preinstalled (see attached)
Ethernet jack
Docking port
USB C charging
400 nit [hp.com] IPS display
sRGB coverage listed as 72% at HP, but review tested it at 96%

Review here [notebookcheck.net].

HP Series EliteBook
Model 735 G5 (4HZ62UT#ABA)
Part Number 4HZ62UT#ABA
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
CPU AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U 2.20 GHz
Screen 13.3" FHD
Memory8 GB DDR4
Storage 256 GB PCIe NVMe SSD
Graphics Card AMD Radeon Vega 10
Dimensions (W x D x H)
12.22" x 9.03" x 0.70"
Weight
2.94 lbs.
Touchscreen No
Wide Screen Support Yes
Display Type Full HD
Resolution 1920 x 1080
LCD Features IPS anti-glare LED-backlit 72% sRGB
50Whr battery

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I have a feeling that Newegg messed up their listing, and that this Newegg configuration has the cheaper TN panel with the lower Nits (perhaps that explains the sRGB discrepancy OP has mentioned). If you look at the spec options provided by HP - they list 2 versions of the screen - one as "FHD" and the other as "FHD IPS 400 Nits". The "Spec" listing provided by Newegg, just says "FHD"; though they list "IPS" as a feature in a different listing.

Edit - I Googled further and there appears to be 10 different(!) panel variants for the 735 G5. It actually appears they're all IPS, albeit half of them are cheaper variants with only ~200 Nits.
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A little slower than i7 8th u but much faster in graphics. Next gen AMD should surpass intel.
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this one doesn't have the optional 4G LTE modem, does it?

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I love EliteBooks. Some of the best made WIndows notebooks out there.

Not a huge fan of AMD in notebooks, though. They tend to run hot. But this one might be OK at 12-25 watts.
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Can this handle gaming like GTA V, division 2 on medium or high setting?
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How does this AMD compares to Intel CPUs?
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Can this handle gaming like GTA V, division 2 on medium or high setting?
Dunno. Its on par with a discrete mx150/250 or 540x card. You may want to see what those can run and then knock off about 5-10% in performance.
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A little slower than i7 8th u but much faster in graphics. Next gen AMD should surpass intel.
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I like this deal but i need one with a number pad Frown
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same price on eBay sold by newegg: https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Elite...ition=1000
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You'll probably need a 15.6" size for that unless you go with a gimmicky numpad on touchpad device (Asus).
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I have a feeling that Newegg messed up their listing, and that this Newegg configuration has the cheaper TN panel with the lower Nits (perhaps that explains the sRGB discrepancy OP has mentioned). If you look at the spec options provided by HP - they list 2 versions of the screen - one as "FHD" and the other as "FHD IPS 400 Nits". The "Spec" listing provided by Newegg, just says "FHD"; though they list "IPS" as a feature in a different listing.

Edit - I Googled further and there appears to be 10 different(!) panel variants for the 735 G5. It actually appears they're all IPS, albeit half of them are cheaper variants with only ~200 Nits.
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Backlit keyboard? Fingerprint scanner?
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I have a feeling that Newegg messed up their listing, and that this Newegg configuration has the cheaper TN panel with the lower Nits (perhaps that explains the sRGB discrepancy OP has mentioned). If you look at the spec options provided by HP - they list 2 versions of the screen - one as "FHD" and the other as "FHD IPS 400 Nits". The "Spec" listing provided by Newegg, just says "FHD"; though they list "IPS" as a feature in a different listing.

Edit - I Googled further and there appears to be 10 different(!) panel variants for the 735 G5. It actually appears they're all IPS, albeit half of them are cheaper variants with only ~200 Nits.
There are no TN panels in this line according to p5 on this HP spec sheet [hp.com].

There are, however, multiple 220nit IPS panels listed and its possible this has one of them.

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Sooooo.. basically, this is a quad core sandy bridge lvl performance..

It is elitebook though..

I think that this is ~90% srgb, it's probably mislabeled, it should read 72% ntsc which is ~90% srgb

I don't think I've seen a 72% srgb panel, it's either 60% or 93%/94%/96/98% or 99% .
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