Since there are no differences to the yesteryear device, the ProBook 440 G7 comes with an aluminum/plastic combo for the build. Once again, it has an 18 mm profile and weighs 1.60 kg. Not the thinnest, nor the lightest of devices out there, but for a business 14-incher it seems fine. As far as rigidity goes, the notebook is pretty resistant to flexes.
Its lid can be easily opened with a single hand, while the hinges remain balanced throughout their entire travel. And while the side bezels are very thin, this cannot be said about the top and bottom ones, which have quite the bulk. Additionally, HP has put a hardware shutter on the camera, which comprises a single plastic slide block.
Then, let’s move to the keyboard deck, which features an optional backlight. What is better about it is its spill resistance. Additionally, the key travel is still a little bit short to our likings but at least it offers clicky feedback. Also, there is a pleasant finish on top of them, which is soft and smooth. Actually, there is another one difference to the predecessor, which is honestly a little unjustified in our opinion – it is the size of the left Shift key, which now has a buddy
Along with the ventilation cutouts on the left, you can find a USB Type-A 2.0 port, as well as an SD card reader. On the right, there is the charging plug, as well as a USB Type-C 3.1 (Gen. 1) port with Power Delivery and DisplayPort capabilities. Then, there is an RJ-45 connector, followed by an HDMI 1.4b connector, two USB Type-A 3.1 (Gen. 1) ports, and an audio jack.
HP ProBook 440 G7 14" Notebook with 1920 x 1080 resolution, Core i7-10210U processor, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD and Windows 10 software.
|Screen Size (Inches)||14|
|Maximum display resolution||1920x1080|
|Ramdom access memory (GB)||8 GB|
|Hard drive (GB)||256|
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