I am sporting a 2020 Elitebook Dragonfly laptop with a 13" FHD 400 nits low-power display. Battery life makes me happy: if I leave home with a laptop fully charged in the morning to spend a day at the office, I usually have 25% of juice left when I come back home in the evening.
The recently announced Dragonfly Max model sounds tempting: just a bit heavier, though featuring a 5MP camera (I spend at lot of time in remote meetings). Not to mention 11th gen Intel CPU. However, it looks like it is only going to be available with a 13" FHD SureView 1,000 nits display - which I suspect is significantly more power-hungry vs. the 400 nits low-power one.
Does anyone have experience with using HP laptops with both types of displays? How is battery life, comparatively?
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