The latest PCP, the PcPro, was unveiled on March 12, 2016.
This year, the version we’ll be using will be called the PPC Pro.
As we’ve mentioned, PCPs are also available in a variety of configurations, including a desktop PC, laptop and even a gaming machine.
But how does the P-Pro compare to the PdPro, which launched last year?
Here’s a quick look at what each version of PCP brings to the table.
The PdPRO (2018) The PCP Pro has a 5.6-inch 1080p IPS display, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 graphics card, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, but the big difference is that it comes with a full set of new features: dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, an integrated webcam, an optional fingerprint reader, dual USB 3.0 ports and an SD card slot.
It also comes with support for USB-C and USB-PD types, as well as a new “Smart USB” feature that automatically detects and connects USB-based devices to the PC, so you can use it in a way that’s similar to USB Type-C.
For the most part, the PCPro feels like a modern version of its predecessor, which also came out last year.
The new design of the keyboard, trackpad and fingerprint reader is a lot more premium than its predecessor and looks much better than it did in 2015.
However, there’s a big difference between the PCPs two versions: the PmPro is a dedicated notebook that doesn’t support a USB-connected mouse.
That said, the laptop version is a bit smaller than the desktop version and it does offer a fingerprint reader.
While the PC Pro still doesn’t have an integrated fingerprint reader (the only fingerprint reader available for the Ppro), the PnPro does offer one.
With the fingerprint reader built into the laptop, you can get your fingerprint automatically inserted into the keyboard.
What’s more, the keyboard on the laptop comes with two backlit keys, so when you’re typing on it, you’re also looking at two keys instead of just one.
The PCPro does have an additional trackpad, but it’s not really a fingerprint sensor.
Like the laptop model, the desktop PCP has a USB Type C port for charging.
And while there are two USB-SD slots on the desktop model, there are only four on the PCPRO.
PPCPro laptops are available with a 2TB hard drive or an 8GB SSD, and you can pick up a 128GB SSD model.
PCPs can be upgraded to a 2,400mAh battery with a microSD card slot, or a 3,000mAh battery for $129.
Read more about PCP laptops and the latest PCPs at PCPro