HP ProBook x360 435 G9 Full Specifications and Review and price




HP ProBook x360 435 G9 Full Specifications and Review

  • Display 1920 x 1080
  • CPU AMD Ryzen 3 5425U
    AMD Ryzen 5 5625U
    AMD Ryzen 7 5825U
  • RAM 8GB
    16GB
    32GB

Body
Weight1.45 kg (3.2 lbs)
Dimensions308.5 x 222.9 x 17.9 mm
12.15 x 8.78 x 0.7 inches
Area688 cm2 (106.7 inches2)
Screen-to-body ratio~70.9%
Side bezels7.1 mm
ColorsSilver
TransformerYes
Opening angle360°
Cooling solution
Cooling systemActive
Vapor chamberNo
Number of fans1
Display
Display1920 x 1080
Size13.3 inches
TypeIPS LCD
Refresh rate60 Hz
PPI166 ppi
Aspect ratio16:9
Resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
TouchscreenYes
CoatingMatte
Battery
Capacity 42 Wh
Battery typeLi-Ion
ReplaceableNo
Fast chargingYes
USB Power DeliveryYes
Charging port positionRight
Charge power45 / 65 W
Cable length1 meters
CPU
CPU NameAMD Ryzen 3 5425U
AMD Ryzen 5 5625U
AMD Ryzen 7 5825U
Base frequency2.7 GHz
Turbo frequency4.1 GHz
Cores4
Threads8
L3 Cache8 MB
Integrated GPUAMD Radeon Vega 6 (Ryzen 4000)
Fabrication process7 nm
Graphics Card
GPU Name Radeon RX Vega 6 (Ryzen 4000)
TGP15 W
TypeIntegrated
Fabrication process7 nm
GPU base clock0 MHz
GPU boost clock1500 MHz
Memory sizeSystem Shared
Memory typeDDR4
Memory speed3.2 Gbps
Shading units (cores)384
Texture mapping units (TMUs)24
Raster operations pipelines (ROPs)8
RAM
RAM Size8GB
16GB
32GB
Channels1x8 GB
Clock3200 MHz
TypeDDR4
UpgradableYes
Total slots2
Max. ram size32 GB
Storage
Storage Size128GB
256GB
512GB
1024GB
BusPCI-E Gen 4.0 (4x)
Storage typeSSD (M2)
Channels1x128 GB
UpgradableYes
Total slots1
NVMeYes
Sound
Speakers2.0
Microphones2
Connectivity
Wi-Fi standardv6E
Bluetoothv5.2
FingerprintOptional
Optical driveNo
WebcamAbove the display
Webcam resolution1280 x 720
Ports
USB-A2x USB 3.2
USB Type-C1x USB 3.2
ThunderboltNo
HDMI1x HDMI 2.0
DisplayPortNo
VGANo
Audio jack (3.5 mm)Yes
Ethernet (RJ45)No
SD card readerYes
Proprietary charging portYes
Keyboard
Keyboard typeIsland
NumpadNo
BacklightYes
Touchpad
Windows PrecisionYes
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