I think we all suspected that touch was coming to HP’s Elitebook 2740p Tablet PC, the successor to the popular 2730p. We were right. HP has juiced the processor and added capacitive touch to the 2740p and for those who think it looks very similar to its predecessor you’re also correct.
HP has also made Core i5 and Core i7 processors available in addition to the standard low voltage option but this Elitebook Tablet line has always had a range of configurable options. I’m very glad to see that continue. The capacitive touch screen is WXGA also has anti-glare and outdoor viewable options.
HP is also continuing to offer the slice battery and the ultra-think docking station which have been popular options.
We’re looking at a starting price of $1600 when it becomes available in April.
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