There’s a new contender in the battle between the new generation of iPads and their predecessors.
And it has a name: HP.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard much about the HP Probook Pro, but the new model is shaping up to be an impressive competitor to the iPad Pro in some key areas.
It has the same form factor as the iPad, including a bigger screen and a new keyboard that’s slightly wider than the iPad.
The screen is a gorgeous 13-inch 1080p IPS screen with a Retina display.
It’s brighter and sharper than the 16-inch screen on the iPad Air, and it’s a good deal more vibrant.
But it’s still not as bright as the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which has a 10-point Retina IPS display.
The new 13-incher is also a tad larger than the current 11-inch model.
And the new 13.3-inch Probook’s new screen has more pixels per inch.
That means that it looks a lot more vibrant, even when viewing images with an intensity level that’s lower than what’s available on the 11-inchers screens.
The new Probook also has a few other improvements over the previous Probook model, including faster processor and faster memory, improved battery life, and a few extra features like a faster USB Type-C port and Wi-Fi 802.11ac wireless.
But that’s not all.
It also has an improved touchpad, which is faster, more accurate, and offers more grip.
HP has improved its touchpad by adding a new layer of technology called “G-Sensor,” which is capable of detecting pressure changes, and then responding appropriately based on that pressure.
This means the Probook now responds faster to your finger and provides more precise feedback than ever before.
And, of course, there’s the keyboard.
There’s also a fingerprint sensor on the new Probooks new keyboard, and if you’re not a fan of the physical keys on previous models, the new keyboard now comes with an extra layer of safety, with a “G”-Lock feature that will lock your keys after a certain amount of time.
Finally, HP has added a bunch of new accessories to the new version of the Probooks keyboard.
It includes an improved power button, a more secure backlit keyboard, a “nearly-flat” keyboard with an ergonomic feel, and an even more comfortable touchpad.
I can’t wait to try it.