The EliteBook 735 G6 we got is equipped with a new Ryzen 5 Pro 3500U processor, which is also the latest AMD product on the thin and light platform. As a Zen + architecture low-voltage processor manufactured using a 12nm process, its TDP is only 15W, and it has better power consumption and heat control than previous products. And as the APU platform, the Ryzen 5 Pro 3500U also integrates the Radeon Vega 8 display core of the Vega architecture.
It uses 8GB of DDR4 2400 memory and 512GB of Toshiba XG6 NVMe SSD drive, which is also a common configuration for products of the same price. Strikingly, HP used a 13.3-inch Full HD IPS screen with a 100% sRGB color gamut on the EliteBook 735 G6, which is also the best screen in the Ryzen thin and light laptop.
The HP EliteBook 735 G6 uses a single fan and single heat pipe cooling module. Under the low heat generation level of the Ryzen processor, which should not have much pressure on the cooling configuration under the low heating level of the Ryzen processor.
This notebook has dual SO-DIMM slots, which is very rare in the current thin and light product. Users can freely choose to replace the memory module with a higher capacity memory but need to pay attention to the compatibility of the internal space to the double-sided memory. It supports up to 32GB memory, which means you can install two 16GB DDR4-2400 memory.
Its battery capacity is 50Wh. After our actual test, in power-saving mode, 50% brightness, 14 hours of local 1080P video playback power consumption for one hour, conversion shows that the continuous video playback time is around 7 hours. In light office and web browsing use cases, it can basically meet the needs of a full day of work.