HP EliteBook 2560P
Pros & Cons
The HP EliteBook 2560P delivers an Intel's full-voltage Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor with an integrated HD 3000 graphics core, up to 16GB of DDR3 1333MHz RAM, as much as 750GB mechanical or 160GB flash storage, and a 12.5-inch matte display with a 1366x768 resolution. The machine has a built-in DVD. Connectivity includes three USB 2.0 ports (one eSATA combo), DisplayPort and VGA outputs, RJ11/RJ45 jacks, audio jacks, as well as SD/SDHC card and ExpressCard 34 slots. There's also an HD webcam, spill-resistant chiclet keyboard, larger touchpad, improved speakers, and an overall slimmer profile.
TechSpot MetascoreBased on 12 expert reviews
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- Supersturdy build; great performance for the size; easy upgrading
- Amazing build quality (HP DuraCase/DuraFinish), Almost 8 hours of battery life, Good performance, Great deal of business features
- Sleek silver design. DVD burner builtin. Dual pointing devices. Very good battery life. eSATA equipped. Extensive security and wireless feature set. Powerful Intel Core i5 processor
- Sleek silver design, DVD burner built-in, Dual pointing devices, Very good battery life, eSATA equipped, Extensive security and wireless feature set, Powerful Intel Core i5 processor
- Loaded with business features; strong productivity and graphics performance; reasonably priced
Reviewers Didn't Like
- Feels heavy; miserly touchpad; no USB 3.0
- No USB 3.0, Can "feel" audio playing on palmrests, Expensive as configured
- Pointing stick is stiff. Lacks USB 3.0 technology
- Pointing stick is stiff, Lacks USB 3,0 technology
- No USB 3.0 support; short battery life