HP unveiled its latest line up of computing hardware at CES 2022 in Las Vegas, with an eye toward powerful work solutions for the new ‘work from anywhere’ business outlook. The range features everything from Chromebooks to powerful desktop PCs and All-in-One solutions, with a mix of user styles in mind.

“The world has irreversibly changed,” HP president of person systems, Alex Cho said. “We have more freedom to choose where we work, when we work, and how we work. HP is innovating to make hybrid work for everyone.”

The HP Dragonfly range of ultraportable laptops is key among the updates, with the HP Elite Dragonfly G3 getting a 12th Generation Intel processor in a 13.5-inch chassis running Windows 11 with a weight as low as under 1kg in Slate Blue and Natural Silver colours.

It includes audio by Bang & Olufsen with four discrete amps for immersive sound and HP Dynamic Voice Levelling to optimise voice clarity and deliver AI-based noise reduction in video calls. The Elite Dragonfly G3 also includes a taller 3:2 screen design to create a nicer desktop work experience.

HP also launched the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook for those looking toward cloud-first work. This model features a 360-degree design and the first haptic trackpad found on a Chromebook for a more responsive feel. The five-megapixel webcam also includes the HP Sure Shutter to give users a physical way to know their webcam cannot see them as well as the HP Sure View Reflect integrated privacy screen to protect your screen from being viewed by those sitting nearby.

HP also introduced the latest EliteBook range of laptops and the Z Book range of workstation laptops for those who need serious power and colour-accurate displays on the move, as well as the HP ENVY 27-inch All-in-One desktop PC, a smaller version of the 34-inch model with the same raw power inside.

For gaming audiences, HP updated its OMEN range of hardware, with new desktop PCs and the OMEN 27u 4K Gaming Monitor that include HDMI 2.1 inputs and integrated speakers to support console play right alongside a gaming desktop.

The new range of HP laptop and PC hardware is expected to begin arriving in March 2022 with the Dragonfly and Elitebook laptops first to land. Pricing will be announced closer to availability.