HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook is designed for the lovers of all things sleek

by Rafael Hernandez on April 14, 2010 · 0 comments

Business class laptops used to be as dull as possible in order to lull workers into staring at their work rather than anything remotely flashy on their work platform. At least they were bulky and unwieldy right?

The HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook sports a sleeker design and a fancy endoskeleton which should make it quite a bit more rugged than your run-of-the-mill all plastic machine.  Digital Trends has the review:

With a 14-inch screen and starting weight of 4.7 pounds, the EliteBook makes no pretension of ultra-portability, but manages to carry down many features from much larger notebooks. Chief among them: A full array of Intel Core i5 and even some i7 processors, which give the EliteBook power ranging from refined to almost brutish. Consumers also get their pick of Intel integrated graphics, or Nvidia’s NVS 3100.

Some decent horsepower under the hood as well means it won’t be too much of a slouch although its graphics choices are a little underwhelming.

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