HP Elitebook x360 1040 G5 Wireless Driver – HP Elitebook x360 1040 G5 Wireless driver is a software component that allows the operating system to communicate with HP Elitebook x360 1040 G5 Wireless Adapter Card.
If you own HP Elitebook x360 1040 G5 and looking for wireless drivers, you have landed on the right site. You can download HP Elitebook x360 1040 G5 Wireless driver here, with a simply click on the “Download Link” below.
The precision compatible trackpad (~ 11.1 x 6.5 cm) is identical to the 13.3-inch Elite330 1030 G3, both in size and texture. The cursor control is smooth and sensitive, without slipping or slipping, even when sliding very slowly. Touch inputs, such as pinch zoom, also respond and have low latency. This is one of the softest trackpads we have used in a professional laptop. The built-in mouse keys are rather a mixed bag. Some users may appreciate silent audible feedback when pressed, but we would have preferred more powerful tactile feedback or full dedicated click keys for greater accuracy, such as some traditional EliteBook models. Speaking of old models, do not expect the rubber slider to come back soon for the x360 series. HP offers five very different IPS screen options, while most competing models offer only one pair at most. These panels differ in resolution, reflectance, brightness and even refresh rate. Our table below summarizes the available options and we recommend that you choose wisely because each touch screen offers unique advantages over others. Whatever the choice, all panels incorporate Corning Gorilla Glass 5 with 100% sRGB coverage, including matte options. Matte touch screens are rarely found on consumer devices (we think of the Toshiba Portégé X20W), but HP promises greater durability against touch inputs and styluses with its matt matte glass solution.
The test unit we have today uses the “option 1” panel below, which is cheaper, with matte glass matt anti-reflective coating. Its panel name AU AU Optronics AUO533D IPS is not part of any other laptop in our database. The contrast is excellent with a little more than 1400: 1 and our own independent measurements support HP’s claim of a backlight of 400 nits. Unfortunately, this panel that has the same color accuracy has two main disadvantages. First, the black-and-white and gray-gray response times are very slow because they are significantly more ghostly than many competing models. Secondly, the matte glass coating introduces a remarkable grain layer which, otherwise, is not present in the standard gloss option. The images in our microscope below reveal the consequences of light scattering on the matte panel compared to a bright panel. Another interesting feature we have discovered is the presence of pulse width modulation, even when the brightness setting is maximum. This does not seem to be extreme enough to warrant a concern, but it should be mentioned, as it almost never happens on LED laptop screens. A minor but annoying problem in our device is that the brightness and volume shortcut keys no longer respond for approximately 5 seconds after waking up. Otherwise, the backlight is uniform with only a minimum of uneven light that bleeds at the edges and corners. The color spaces cover approximately 60% and 95% of the AdobeRGB and sRGB standards, respectively, to be comparable to those of the competition. Users who need even deeper colors can consider the ThinkPad X1 Carbon where HDR panels are available.
HP Elitebook x360 1040 G5 Wireless Driver Download
- Make sure you are logged in with an administrator account.
- Locate the folder where the file was downloaded.
- Locate the downloaded file and double-click on it.
- Follow the instructions on the screen.
- In the Select destination location window, click “Next”. If you want to select another folder, click Browse.
- In the Ready for installation window, click “Install.” All the necessary files will be extracted in the selected folder.