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Which laptop do you recommend for electrical and electronic engineers and computer science programmers for quality performance, durability, compact, etc.?

The HP Elitebook x360 1030 G4 is a great choice. It’s a performance powerhouse and will be highly suitable for engineers and programmers. The laptop is available in 13-inch form factor and is well-built with Aluminum casing. Plus, the device has undergone 19 stringent MIL-STD tests that make it highly durable. The display is held firmly in position by strong hinges, and since it has a touch-screen, you can use it in five different modes–notebook, tablet, stand, tent, and collaboration. It’s extremely thin and light, weighing only 1.27 kg and 15.8 mm thin, making it easy to carry it with you wherever you go. Coming to the Display, The x360 comes with a Full HD multi-touch display. The display will put a minimum strain on your eyes when using the laptop for prolonged durations. This makes it highly suitable for electronic engineers and even software programmers as they’ll be spending a lot of time in front of the screen, either coding or analyzing circuits. The panel is bright enough to be easily used outdoors. This can be a plus point for electrical engineers as they can take it outdoors to their sites and work without any hassle. Besides, the screen also works with the HP Tilt Pen, which is included in the box. This particular model of HP Elitebook x360 is available in multiple configurations, starting at around 1.31 Lakhs. You can choose between an Intel Core i5 or i7 Processor, 8 or 16 GB RAM, 512 GB and 1 TB of Solid State Drive (SSD). If you’d like to learn more about which laptop is right for you, then check out the tech4growth section on dqindia website or the nextgenit section on ciol website.

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