HP has announced it will make its next computer, the HP EliteBook Pro, using Intel processors.
The chip is currently in development by a new company called the Intel Group, which is part of Intel.
It’s being billed as a replacement for the current HP Elite laptop, which uses Intel’s Broadwell microprocessors.
HP’s announcement comes on the heels of Dell announcing the same chip in September for its XPS 15.
While the HP announcement is somewhat similar to Dell’s announcement, HP’s chips will be powered by Intel’s 8th generation Broadwell processors, which are powered by the Xeon Phi processor family.
According to HP, the next HP Elitebook Pro will use an Intel Core i7-4790K processor with Turbo Boost and Hyper Threading.
There’s no word on pricing or availability yet.
The EliteBook has a 13.3-inch screen and a 1080p display, and it can be configured with a Core i5 processor, a Core m3 processor, and a Core u3 processor.
The laptop also comes with a 1TB hard drive, a 3TB SSD, a wireless mouse, and an integrated webcam.
For the time being, HP is offering the EliteBook with Windows 10 Home and a 16GB RAM configuration.
For those who want a cheaper option, the Elitebook will be available for $399.99 in early 2019.