Background and Identification
The HP ZBook 14 is a member of the first generation HP ZBook line, which was introduced in September 2013 by Hewlett-Packard, a prominent manufacturer of electronics, desktops, printers, monitors, etc. The first generation of ZBooks includes the ZBook 14 (14" display), the ZBook 15 (15" display), and the ZBook 17 (you guessed it, 17" Display), and they were meant to compete with many big names, such as Dell's Precision and Lenovo's ThinkPad P Series.
The performance and specifications can vary, with the option of Intel Core Haswell i5-4200U (1.6 GHz), i5-4300U (1.9 GHz), i7-4500U (1.8 GHz), and i7-4600U (2.1 GHz) processors and an M.2 2242 solid-state drive with or without an extra 2.5" hard drive.
Finding the serial number on HP laptops may vary, but you will likely find it on the underside of the laptop or, if the laptop has a removable battery, check inside the battery compartment. If you're still having trouble, you can check out this page on how to find an HP serial number.
The HP ZBook 14 bottom deck is firm polycarbonate plastic, and the keyboard deck and top lid have a metal finish. The HP Logo is visible on the back of the laptop, as well as under the display.
- Dimensions: 13.35 x 9.33 x 0.83 in
- 3.51lb without hard drive and with M.2 SSD
- 3.94lb with touchscreen, without hard drive, and with M.2 SSD
- 3.62lb with 128GB SSD
- 3.64lb with 180GB SSD
- Display Size: 14” (measured diagonally)
- Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0
- CPU: Varies
- Hard Drive Size: Varies
- Screen Resolution: 1600 x 900 pixels
- Operating System: Windows 7