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Every time I think I'm done with the HP Elitebook 2760p, something new pops up. This time, it's Bluetooth pairing with an iPhone or iPad for audio streaming and control.
At first glance, the HP Elitebook 2760p appears to be a notebook first, tablet second, but I've found much attention was paid to the tablet experience.
Using a combination of facial recognition and Bluetooth authentication, the HP Elitebook 2760p provides a more secure method of logging in with nothing more than a smile and a smartphone. Pants optional.
For the laptop-using masses, the HP Elitebook 2760p should feel comfortable and familiar, making for a pleasant introduction to the benefits of pen and touch screen input.
The HP Elitebook 2760p convertible notebook features a quick-start option called HP QuickWeb, a rebrand of the Splashtop "instant-on" OS, based on Chromium.
The HP Elitebook 2760p convertible tablet packs a lot of weight, toughness, and stamina in a triangle of intertwined traits.
A look at the HD webcam quality of the HP Elitebook 2760p, measured up side-by-side against the front cam of the iPad 2.
It's the question that gets asked of any tablet: "How's the outdoor visibility?" So I'm answering it first with my review of the HP Elitebook 2760p convertible Tablet PC.