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HP ZBook Create G7 Notebook PC Review- A Workstation For Prosumer Creators

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Since 2013, HP has been offering mobile workstations under the Z Workstation brand, including the popular ZBook. Mobile workstations are becoming more popular for creators and gamers who need to game and create while on the go or away from their primary PC. This has been especially true during the time of Covid-19.

Thanks to more efficient processing, notebooks are getting thinner and lighter while still being able to pack in more CPU and GPU performance, which is essential for creative applications like video editing, 3D rendering, and more. I can recall when packing desktop performance into a thinner notebook form factor was laughable, but as new generations of mobile workstations come to market, it isn’t just possible; it is more real.

The newest mobile workstation offering from HP is the HP ZBook Create G7 Notebook PC. The system offers a 15.6, 4K UHD display, Intel 10th Gen mobile processors, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX Max-Q graphics. HP sent me a loaner system, and I spent a few days using the HP ZBook Create G7 as my primary productivity device. After using HP’s new mobile workstation, I wanted to share my experience. I also wrote about HP’s creator-focused notebook offerings back in April, and you can access that here.

Build quality and initial thoughts

Out of the box, the system feels exceptionally premium. The grey metallic material that covers the design gives off a premium look and feel. The system’s exterior edges consist of the same reflective material as the Z logo on the display lid. I like that HP ditched its traditional HP symbol for the Z because it is effortless to identify the ZBook when sitting next to other notebooks and makes it feel for custom. The system weighs 4.65 lbs, which sits somewhere in the mid-range of creator notebook weights. I didn’t notice a big difference in weight from a traditional 15 non-creator notebook when I swapped them out in my backpack, but maybe I was walking extended distances. Either way, the system wasn’t light, but not particularly heavy either, especially for the performance this thing puts off. I can take that trade-off for much higher performance. The notebook lid is extremely thin, sleek, and snaps snuggly to the system’s base.

Using a quiet keyboard was a great experience. I literally get angry when I hear others with MacBook clickety-clacking around. Where are their manners? It’s as if the Mac keyboard were built for loners or something who sit in their basements working. I’m just kidding of course, but I had to get that off my chest. The keys were quiet, punchy, and responsive. The keyboard is also spill resistant which is a nice touch. I really liked this keyboard.

The large precision trackpad was also easy to use. There was a fair amount of feedback when I used it. You don’t always get that in a notebook trackpad. I will still be pairing an external mouse with the system like I expect most creators and gamers will. The power button is on the top right of the system keyboard. My ZBook came with a fingerprint reader, but the option is there. I prefer visual login anyways which was fast as heck and responsive. The system audio is by Bang Olufsen with quad speakers, including two tweeters and two woofers.

The speakers were loud and crisp when I used them for watching Blacklist on Netflix, streaming music on YouTube, and video conferencing on Teams, WebEx, or Zoom. I was impressed with how loud the notebook speakers were at max volume. The bass was especially deep. The speakers in the ZBook Create G7 are some of the cleanest I have ever used in a notebook. As my video audio got progressively louder, it still stayed remarkably clear and crisp.

I used the HP World Facing Microphone and 720p HD webcam with IR for powering all my video conferencing applications. I think a 4,000 laptop should have a 1080P camera for videoconferencing with clients but maybe the expectation is that the producer would have an external 4K camera or DSLR. I usually opt for a pair of external headphones with a microphone for video conferencing, but I felt comfortable going without them in this notebook.

Compared to other notebooks in this category like the MacBook Pro 16, the systems are similar in build quality and size. The MacBook Pro 16 weighs slightly less at 4.3 lbs compared to 4.65 lbs. Both systems have a similar look and feel on the exterior.

The display on the HP ZBook Create G7 is 15.6 OLED and has an impressive 3,840 x 2,160 resolution, which is 4K UHD. The display is very bright at 600 nits. I will say that since the panel is virtually borderless, it feels more like a 17 notebook than a 15. The screen has plenty of screen real estate to split browser instances across the screen or use multiple applications at once. I used the display for running my everyday productivity tasks and for streaming content. Additionally, I took on some gaming and creative workloads like editing video in Adobe premiere pro and running Fortnite. The colors on display were very saturated, high contrast, and provided a great viewing experience. As you would expect with OLED, the blacks were stunning.

My loaner system also had the touch display option. It was responsive to touch, and I am glad the system came with it because I find myself scrolling through webpages and articles quite often. One thing to note for the gamers is that the display is 60Hz. Although you may get higher frame rates than 60 FPS, the system will refresh at the capped rate. Keep in mind, though, this is for creating first, gaming in your spare time second.

The 4K UHD display on the HP ZBook Create G7 will provide a responsive, snappy experience for creators and gamers alike. I feel confident that this display can keep up with just about any workload a power user can throw at it.

Performance- beast mode “on”

My loaner system came with an Intel Core i9-10885H vPro processor, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU with Max-Q Design, 32GB of RAM, 2TB PCIe NVMe TLC SSD, and a 3840 x 2160 resolution touch display. The system also came with Intel Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5. This configuration of the HP ZBook G7 Create is pricey at 4,202.10, but you can get into the Z mobile workstation game for much cheaper. For instance, you can get a system with an Intel Core i7-10750H processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU with Max-Q Design, 16GB of RAM, 256GB PCIe NVMe TLC SSD, and 1920 x 1080P display for 2,868.39.

I felt very comfortable using this system as the primary device and using it in true workstation fashion while hooking up and running a couple of external 4K or 1080p displays for more screen real estate. My use case is not the most intensive, but it consists of running 10 browser instances, editing presentations in PowerPoint, analyzing data in Excel, running multiple video conferencing applications, streaming videos, and editing the occasional video. When you start to get many of these instances running simultaneously, it can be very intensive on the system, but the HP ZBook Create G7 ran all these tasks with ease and no sign of slowing down.

To test the system’s gaming capabilities, I ran a couple of titles, including Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Fortnite. Both titles were able to stay about 50 FPS consistently on 1920 x 1080p resolution. This notebook isn’t going to offer much playable gameplay in 4K resolution, but 1920 x 1080p provides an excellent experience for gaming on the go. To measure content creation performance, I encoded 15 minutes’ worth of 4K footage that I shot on my Panasonic GH5, and it finished in just 4 minutes and 12 seconds. For comparison’s sake, I ran the same set of footage on the new Dell XPS 17 with an Intel Core i7-10875H and 2060 Max-Q, and it took 4 minutes and 46 seconds.

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The system got a little hot on the bottom when going full-throttle, but it was cooler than other high-performance systems I have tested.

Whether you are picking up the ZBook Create G7 for productivity, content creation, gaming, or all three, there is plenty of performance ceiling to tackle all your workloads. I can’t speak for professional designers using intensive 3D modeling software, but this notebook provides just about all the performance you could want into a 15 form factor.

Ports and I/O

The HP ZBook Create G7 comes with plenty of ports and I/O for connecting displays, mice, or other external devices. The system comes with a USB-A port, an AC power connector, 2 USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 support, a mini display port, a nano security lock, a headphone/microphone combo jack, and an SD card slot. It would have been nice to see one more USB-A legacy port for connecting peripherals that may be a little older, but oh well, you can’t have it all. On the other hand, I do believe professionals will opt for a Thunderbolt dock.

Battery life

The system comes with the HP Long Life 6-cell, 83 Wh Li-ion battery. According to HP, the battery life of the HP ZBook Create G7 should last 14 hours. My personal productivity use case consists of running 10 web browsing tabs, writing articles, creating presentations in PowerPoint, analyzing data in Excel, and video conferencing across multiple apps throughout the day. I was getting around 10 hours of battery life from the system while unplugged for my use case. I was getting less battery life for more creators and gaming-focused workloads like running Fortnite or editing video in Adobe Premiere Pro. On average, I was getting 6-7 hours of battery life while running these more intensive workloads. To combat quick battery drain, the HP ZBook Create G7 also supports fast charging, allowing you to get back to 50% battery life within 30 minutes of being on the charger. I would rate the battery life as good, but not great. The length was on par with my expectations from a mobile workstation.

I loved the 200W charger with a super-long cable and high-quality braided cable. The experience was so much better than my MacBook Pro with its giant brick that takes up two to three charging AC ports. Like the keyboard, I sometimes think the MacBook Pro power design is for someone in their basement with no one else around. Try working at a WeWork common area or even a Starbucks and you see the giant eye rolls as the MacBook Pro user hogs all the AC power ports.

Wrapping up

The HP ZBook Create G7 leaves little to be desired in terms of features, display, and performance. Personally, I would prefer a 17” version and am hoping this is on the roadmap. The notebook is sleek, the display is bright and responsive, and it is a joy to type on. Although I would not consider myself a power user, I anticipate this notebook will take on most creative applications sufficiently.

When I compare this creator notebook to Apple’s flagship MacBook Pro 16, I don’t see many reasons to choose the MacBook Pro over the 15.6” ZBook Create G7. The ZBook Create G7 will have higher graphics performance with ray tracing support (up to RTX 2080 SUPER), better display options (full-touch, brighter, HDR 400), faster processor (up to 5.3GHz burst), superior after-work gaming experience, less dongles (USB A), enterprise-class security and manageability (Intel vPro, HP Sure), two more years warranty, and in my opinion, a better productivity user experience. And you’ll save some cash. Unless you are locked into the Apple ecosystem or MacOS, need the.4” extra display, or 4/8TB option, the HP ZBook Create G7 is a better option for creators and gamers looking for a real mobile workstation to get desktop level productivity while staying mobile. And maybe gaming after hours.

I can see myself using this notebook as my workstation hub while I am away from my primary office where my primary device is a behemoth of a desktop workstation.

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How to Find the Model Number of an HP Laptop

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Do you need to find the exact model number of your HP PC? Whether you need to contact HP support, download software, or are just curious about which model you purchased, it’s easy to find all of the information you need about your computer. This wikiHow article will teach you where to locate the model number, product ID, and serial number of any HP desktop or laptop.

Using System Information

  • On PCs running Windows 7 or later, you can also right-click the Start menu and then click Run.

Click OK. This will open the Windows System Information utility, which contains details about your specific model of computer.

  • You can also find your computer’s product name in this window by looking at the name next to the System Model category.

Write down the SKU number. Providing this information to a tech or using it to inform a search query for drivers or hardware will ensure that your laptop receives pertinent information.

Using the Product Label

  • Make sure you save and close all work before doing this.
  • On Windows Vista and up, you can click the Start button in the bottom-left corner of the screen, click the power icon, and click Shut down.

Unplug your laptop from any power sources. This is to ensure that you don’t get shocked when you remove your laptop’s battery.

  • If there is a sticker on the bottom of your laptop with product information, you may not need to remove the battery.
  • If you can’t find Product, look for a Serial heading. While your laptop‘s model number doesn’t correlate to the serial number, it’s usually listed somewhere below the serial number.

Write down the model number. If you’re ever trying to get help for your laptop from a technician, providing them with this number will likely speed up the service process.

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The serial number is usually with other information on either the bottom right hand corner or on the bottom of your device. Serial numbers can also be found in system settings, under About my PC.

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You have to go to My PC and based on your Operating System, you will see a System Information option. You will see your laptop’s RAM there.

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You should be able to check the screen size by manually measuring it, or it might be on the packaging of the laptop when you purchased it.

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Where Are HP Laptops Made?

HP is indeed one of the most popular and well-reputed laptop manufacturing companies. If you have an HP laptop or intend to buy one, it is natural to wonder where HP makes its laptops: in the USA, China, or any other country.

The Hewlett-Packard Company – better known as HP – was established in 1939 in Palo Alto, California. Today, HP has assembly plants in the USA, China, and India. The company acquires manufacturing parts from countries like the Philippines, Malaysia, and the like.

Keep reading because, in this article, we’ll take you through the history of the HP company, the details of its manufacturing units, and its current standings.

History of Hewlett-Packard Company

Hewlett-Packard Company, or HP, was co-founded by Bill Hewlett and David Packard in Palo Alto, California, in 1939. HP started as an electronic testing instruments manufacturing company. It got its first big contract from Walt Disney to make testing equipment for the animated movie Fantasia.

In the years to follow, HP diversified its product line from non-military to military equipment. HP introduced a wide range of products like counter-radar technology, calculators, printers, computers, etc. Rolling out its initial PC models in the 1980s, HP was among the pioneers of the manufacturers of personal computers (PCs).

The 1990s, by and large, was a decade of crisis for HP, with its stocks falling and the new models failing. Nevertheless, it was the same time HP collaborated with Intel Inc. and rolled out the first of its laptops which later proved a great success for the company.

In 2015, HP split into daughter corporations: HP Inc. inherited the PCs and printer manufacturing business, and HP Enterprise got the products and services selling business.

Where Does HP Get Laptop Parts?

HP manufactures most of its laptop components in Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, etc., because of the available raw materials in these parts of the world. Then, these components are transported to HP assembly units.

Where Are HP Laptops Assembled?

Essentially, HP assembly units are present in the USA and China. Both cover different markets: the USA assemblies make laptops for the American and European marketplace, whereas the China market covers the Asian marketplace.

A significant difference in price and quality can be observed in products from the different HP manufacturing plants because of the inherently different market needs.

After the 10% increase in the tariff on Chinese products and the supply disruption caused by COVID-19, HP has relocated its manufacturing units to other countries.

One example of this is the opening of the HP plant in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu. HP intends to spread its “Made in India” initiative from here, considering the large potential of the Indian market.

Are HP Laptops Worth It?

HP laptops might not be the best trade for quality, but they provide great value when it comes to price. They are probably the best quality laptops in this price range. When it comes to hardware, HP isn’t up to par. Many components could have been better. But the price range justifies this fall in quality.

over, HP laptops come in a variety. Some models are meant for gamers, and others for business officials. So, you should be very careful in selecting a suitable model.

HP notebooks are general laptops that would fulfill the requirements of a student or a business official. In contrast, the HP Omen series is meant for gamers. HP also features workstations and convertible laptops. Here’s a complete guide to deciding what HP laptop is the best for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Although HP has manufacturing plants in China, it was initially a US company established in 1939 in Palo Alto, California. The Chinese plant covers the Asian market, whereas the USA manufacturing plant covers the American and European markets. Hence, if you’re an American or European resident, you can be sure that your HP laptop is made in the USA and not in China.

Dell Inc. has laptop manufacturing plants in several parts of the world. These include Malaysia, Lodz, Mexico, China, India, Ohio, Ireland, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Florida. The plants in China, India, and Malaysia mainly target the Asian market. In comparison, the plants in the USA target the American and European markets.

No. Hewlett-Packard Company – known better by its acronym HP – is a USA brand established in 1939 in California. Initially, HP started as an electronic testing equipment manufacturing company. Interestingly, HP got its first big order from Walt Disney. In war times, HP collaborated with the military to manufacture bombshells and counter-radar technology. Since then, HP has diversified its product range and has added PCs, printers, laptops, etc., to the list.

Where HP Laptops Are Made

Last Updated on March 19, 2023 Most interestingly, you want to know where HP laptops are made. Right. The headquarters of HP is in the United States, and it is an American Company. Also, HP factories are in China, Taiwan, Mexico, the Czech Republic (Central Europe), Brazil, India, and Japan. In this article, I will explain all topics about HP laptop manufacturing locations. Table of Contents

  • Who Makes HP Laptops?
  • The History Of HP Laptops
  • Where Are HP Laptops Made?
  • When Were HP Factories Established?
  • Is HP A Good Laptop Brand?
  • How Long Do HP Laptops Last?
  • How Long Does HP Laptop Battery Last?
  • How Long Is A HP Laptop Warranty?
  • How Many Employees Does HP Have?
  • What Is HP Famous For?
  • Conclusion

Who Makes HP Laptops?

Bill Hewlett and David Packard established HP Inc. in 1939. And laptops are HP’s most popular and successful products.

Its headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, United States.

The History Of HP Laptops

Bill Hewlett and David Packard started HP after graduating from Stanford University in 1939.

HP was instituted in a garage in Palo Alto, California, during a fellowship with the company’s past professor, Frederick Terman, during the Great Depression.

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In 1938, Bill and David rented an abandoned garage with U538, equal to 10,357 in 2021 worth of capital, and started working part-time.

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And the Hewlett and Packard company officially became a business in 1939 and chose to make their relationship official.

The first HP computer was a simple HP 110 model, launched in 1984.

In 2004, HP released the Pavilion DV-1658, and HP released a BIOS update that affected most of their laptops in November 2007.

In 2010, HP purchased Palm Inc., which makes tablet computers that will complement the company’s laptop and PC line.

It ensures they run calm and quiet, so their users don’t experience overheating.

Where Are HP Laptops Made?

HP is an American company, and HP Laptops have been manufactured in the USA since the beginning of HP in 1939.

And here is HP’s headquarters and main factory.

Also, here is a list of HP laptop suppliers where HP laptops are also assembled:

  • Wuhan, Chongqing, and Kunshan, China.
  • Sao Paulo and Manaus, Brazil
  • Taipei, Taiwan
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Chihuahua, Mexico
  • Pardubice, Czech, Republic
  • Sriperumbudur, India

When Were HP Factories Established?

In 1939, HP established its factory in the United States.

In 2005, HP established its factory in China. In 1982, HP established its factory in Mexico. In 1967, HP established its factory in Brazil.

In 2006, HP established its factory in India. In 1963, HP established its factory in Japan.

In 1991, HP established its factory in the Czech Republic.

Is HP A Good Laptop Brand?

HP is a successful laptop computer manufacturer in the world because of its quality products at affordable prices.

Also, HP has gained a reputation for providing laptops with excellent customer service.

HP products are widely regarded as being among the best quality products available.

HP laptops are incredibly well-made. Top-quality materials are used, which will last a long time. You don’t have to fear whether your computer is durable.

In other words, you’ll be sure your HP laptop will come with high standards when you purchase it.

How Long Do HP Laptops Last?

The average lifespan of HP laptops is usually 5 or 6 years. However, they are usually the most expensive HP laptops.

An affordable HP laptop generally lasts about three to four years.

Taking good care and maintenance of the HP laptop will make it last longer. It will allow you to save cash for the next few years.

And it’s also essential to ensure you don’t drop the HP laptop while using it. It will damage the screen and the toucHPad, and other components.

How Long Does HP Laptop Battery Last?

The average HP laptop battery lasts between 2 and 4 years.

Battery life can vary depending on several factors, including the type of battery, how you usually use your laptop, and how the computer is connected to the power outlet.

If you use your laptop longer for heavy work like gaming, video editing, etc., don’t use your laptop for a more extended period. These cause your battery power to be reduced faster.

Usually, the battery backup of an HP laptop lasts an average of 7 to 8 hours. And it also depends on your use case.

How Long Is A HP Laptop Warranty?

All consumer laptops come with a standard one-year warranty, which means that if your computer is broken or defective, it’s covered under your warranty.

Commercial PCs and printers are either covered by a one-year or three-year warranty. HP Care Packs make it easy to get extra value from your HP products.

They provide an easy way to get your product serviced outside the standard service interval.

Should the product fail, they’ll pick it up, repair it, and ship the repaired product to you under the terms of the pick-up and return service. And HP will incur these costs.

How Many Employees Does HP Have?

than 58,000 employees were working for HP worldwide in 2022.

HP employees are an intelligent bunch.

They can perform well because they have organized themselves into teams that work together to achieve the same goal.

What Is HP Famous For?

HP Inc. has produced all sorts of printers, scanners, digital cameras, personal digital assistants, and computers for home and small business use since the 2002 merger with Compaq.

HP is a reliable brand established by Bill Hewlett and David Packard 83 years ago. So, there’s no mistrust around the quality of HP laptops and all other HP products.


I hope now you know where HP Laptops are made. It’s mainly an American company, and here are its headquarters.

HP also assembled its laptops in China, Taiwan, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, the Czech Republic (Central Europe), and India.

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