New EliteBook and ProBook notebooks from HP
Hewlett-Packard has today expanded its SMB notebooks with HP EliteBook 2740p/ 2540p and four ProBook s-series notebooks.
The HP EliteBook 2740p convertible tablet described as “an ultra-thin, multitouch-enabled” weights 3.8 pounds, has 12.1-inch LED multi-touch gestures display “with less reflection and a higher contrast for easier viewing in natural light”. You could choice from a six-cell li-ion prismatic battery, which provides up to 5 hours of uptime, and an optional HP 2700 Ultra-Slim Battery that provides up to 11 hours when combined with the standard battery.
The next is “lightest-weight” HP EliteBook 2540p offers also a 12.1″ LED display, Intel Core i5/7, Mobile Intel QM57 chipset, up to 8GB DDR3, option for 2.5-inch/1.8-inch Smart SATAII 7200 RPM HDD or SSD up to 500GB/160 SSD, optional 2-megapixel webcam with business card reader software and HP Fingerprint Sensor, Integrated Mobile Broadband powered by Gobi and with nine-cell battery, provides up to 10.5 hours work.
The company also unveils HP ProBook 4320s (13.3-inch diagonal), HP ProBook 4420s (14-inch diagonal), HP ProBook 4520s (15.6-inch diagonal) and HP ProBook 4720s (17.3-inch diagonal), which feature brushed-aluminum metal case with a matte surface that is available in caviar or bordeaux. Starting at $719, they include an option for choice from 2010 Intel’s Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, Intel HD Graphics or ATI Mobility Radeon series, as well and multiple wireless technologies.
The HP ProBook s-series features new multimedia controls for video and comes loaded with the new ArcSoft TotalMedia Suite to allow users to play, edit and create video and audio files.
Pricing and availability
- The HP EliteBook 2540p starts at $1,099 and is expected to be available in the United States next month.
- The HP EliteBook 2740p starts at $1,599 and is expected to be available in the United States next month.
- The HP ProBook s-series starts at $719 and are expected to be available in the United States this month.
- The HP 2740 Ultra-Slim Expansion Base starts at $299 and is expected to be available in the United States next month.