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HP Probook 430 G4 different left shift button

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Some versions of probook 430 G4 have a long LEFT shift button, some have a small, separate with "/" or "<".
I like this notebook, but I won't buy it with small shift, because it unuseful for me. I don't understand how to choose right version on i5 7200U, shops via internet in my country show images of one versions 🙂

Can anyone explain me how to choose right version?

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Hello,

 

Which localization are you looking for?

 

Thank You

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@Danish_N wrote:

Hello,

 

Which localization are you looking for?

 

Thank You


Hi, looking for russian keyboard.

 

Thanks for support.

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Thank you for that. Here is a link that shows all Russian HP Probook 430 G4s.

 

What is the item number you are currently looking at?

 

 

http://www8.hp.com/ru/ru/search/search-results.html?ajaxpage=1#/page=1&/qt=probook%20430%20g4

 

 

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I am trying to verify, but it seems like the same laptop image is used regardless of Country. You should receive a Russian style keyboard.

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I think so too, but it didn't proved.

I saw both. With long shift and short and both are russian style 🙂

First in my first post, second here:

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But that have a misterious s/n:  Z2Y41ES, which i can't find on hp.com.

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