HP revamps EliteBook, ProBook laptop collections

HP revamps EliteBook, ProBook laptop collections

Summary: Hewlett-Packard has gone back to the drawing board for its professional-grade EliteBook and ProBook lines. Click through the gallery to get an all-around look at the each of the new models.

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  • When it comes to business work, some of the extra handy redesigns include the spill-resistant keyboard with drains, the fingerprint reader has been shifted farther to the right side and there are fewer buttons at the top of the keyboard with more of an emphasis on function and hot keys. Users also have three options for a more secure login: face recognition via webcam, using the fingerprint reader and a good old-fashioned password.

  • Both EliteBook models support the HP 90W Docking Station and the HP 120W Advanced Docking Station. Additional customizable specs include second-generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processors or Core i3/i5/i7 dual-core processors, up to 16GB of DDR3 memory, AMD Radeon HD 6470M discrete graphics and USB 3.0 connectivity.

  • Slated to roll out in the United States on March 15, the HP EliteBook 8460p and 8560p will start at $999 and $1,099 respectively.

Topics: Hardware, Hewlett-Packard, Laptops, Mobility

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  • RE: HP revamps EliteBook, ProBook laptop collections

    Did they fix those terrible trackpad mouse buttons? (virtually unusable)
    langr
    • RE: HP revamps EliteBook, ProBook laptop collections

      @langr From the pictures it looks like they did, although...
      statuskwo5