The ProBook 4420s sports a 14-inch screen. All of the four new ProBooks come with users' choice of Intel HD graphics, or discrete ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4350 graphics, both with 512 MB of gDDR3 video memory. Users can also choose between various flavors of Windows 7 and Vista, as well as SUSE Linux. This differs from the enterprise-oriented EliteBooks, which still offer Windows XP (via downgrade).
Ports-wise, the new ProBooks such as the 17-inch, 1600-by-900 4720s (not shown) come with three USB 2.0 ports (no USB 3.0, yet), as well as an eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port for storage. Users can connect to a monitor or TV via either a VGA or HDMI port. Starting weights range between 4.5 pounds for the no-DVD drive 4320s, to 6.8 pounds for the 4720s. Starting price for the new ProBooks: $719.
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