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10-12-2019 07:52 AM - edited 10-13-2019 01:48 AM
Product: HP ProBook 440 G6
Hi! Whats the difference between this notes? They have the same specification. Please explain.
HP ProBook 440 G6 (4RZ50AV)
HP Probook 440 G6 (6BN75EA)
I've found this thread with the same note: https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-Notebooks/What-s-the-difference-between-models/m-p/7061963#M1...
I've check this notes on partsurfer.com
4RZ50AV is calling BASE MODEL NOTEBOOK and it has only 15 records.
6BN75EA is NOTEBOOK PC and has full 215 records.
So what is BASE MODEL?
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10-15-2019 03:20 PM
a part number that end with AV , is a single component of a complex configuration , called SKU.
on HP site, they say it's a base unit (whole notebook, with motherboard and soldered CPU) ,
this is the description for 4RZ50AV
HP Probook 440 G6 Notebook with Intel i5-8265U (1.6GHz, 6MB cache, 4 cores) and integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 -
then you have to select RAM , SSD, WLAN.
wih the other part number 6BN75EA , you have a computer already configured. so you get what HP decided to install inside a 440 G6.
For sure that are other xxxxxEA part number , other SKUs, for other 440 configurations.
xxxxxAV = so all part number ending with AV iare one component only.
other part number endig with different letters: EA , US , AW., ET , AT ,....., are fully configured notebook. EA and ET are for EMEA market, AW are global SKU ,.....
I hope this answer your question.
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