Hp has announced the HP EliteBook 2760p, a Windows 7 convertible tablet designed for corporate users that maintains the 12.1″ 16:10 display and adds the latest Sandy Bridge processors from Intel.
HP EliteBook 2760p Processors and Graphics
The HP EliteBook 2760p will use the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 2nd Generation Intel Core i processors with TurboBoost. These processors will also allow for remote manageability with Intel vPro technology.
The EliteBook 2760p will make use of the integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics which offer significant improvements over past generation graphics. This means that the 2760p will be more capable for business users that need to show off HD video or work on graphically intense applications, but want to enjoy the benefits of a tablet form factor.
In addition, The HP EliteBook 2760p comes with numerous hard drive options, including 7200RPM drives as standard this year.
HP EliteBook 2760p Hand On Video
HP EliteBook 2760p Display and Touch
The HP EliteBook 2760p maintains the 12.1″ antiglare display with 1280 x 800 resolution. The notebook also comes with the option for an outdoor view display for end users that need to see the screen in bright outdoor settings.
The 12.1″ display is multitouch enabled with support for the included stylus and for fingers and uses a Wacom digitizer.
HP has opted to keep the 12.1″ 16:10 format display after feedback from customers that have invested significant resources in developing application sot run on these tablets.
HP EliteBook 2760p Durability and Security
The 2760p is designed to handle the harsh realities of the business environment and meets MIL-STD 810G standards for vibration, dust, humidity, altitude and high temperature.
On the security side, the 2760p includes standard HP security tools including HP ProtectTools and also has an option for a 320GB Self Encrypting Drive.
HP Elitebook 2760 Pricing and Availability
The HP EliteBook 2760p starts at $1,499 and is available starting May 9th.
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