HP started this week in high gear by announcing a bunch of new (or 'just' improved) mobile solutions, including three of that target business users, the 13.3-inch ProBook 5330m, and the previously-leaked 12.5-inch EliteBook 2560p (notebook) and 2760p (convertible tablet).
Coming out later today, the 1-inch thick ProBook 5330m starts at $799 and features a brushed aluminum chassis, a backlit keyboard, a Core i3 or i5 (Sandy Bridge) processor, a fingerprint sensor and Beats Audio.
Also launching today is the EliteBook 2760p which has a base price tag of $1,499 and boasts an LED-backlit (1280 x 800) display that supports both finger and stylus touch, a Core i5 (2410M/2520M/2540M) or Core i7(-2620M) processor, up to 16GB of RAM, Intel HD 3000 graphics, up to a 500GB hard drive or 160GB solid state drive and a DVD writer.
The EliteBook 2560p starts at $1,099 and has similar specs to the 2760p, except its screen doesn't support touch input, it doesn't rotate, and has a native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. This one will become available on May 23rd.
ProBook 5330m


EliteBook 2760p



Source : tcmagazine.com