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|Model||HP EliteBook 8460p|
|Screen Size||14 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Processor||2.3 GHz Core i5-2410M|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Hard Drive||320 GB hard drive|
|Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
|Chipset Brand||Intel Chipset|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Charger||Yes with Stock Charger|
HP EliteBook 8460p like any good business partner, a laptop used in an office environment needs to meet certain criteria. It must perform well, last a long time and not give away any of your trade secrets. You also want it to make you look good. The HP EliteBook 8460p exceeds all of those requirements. This redesigned notebook sports a rock solid but elegant aluminum finish and features a silky smooth glass touchpad and yes improved SRS sound. Just as important this system combines second-generation Core-i5 power and AMD graphics with enough battery life to get you through those marathon meetings. Add in top-notch security tools and you have a notebook that lives up to its name.
Create documents, presentations, and spreadsheets, and quickly share them with coworkers. The new Intel architecture features & 2nd generation Intel Core i series dual-core processors, offering incredible performance, responsiveness, and enhanced graphics then before. Choose Intel HD Graphics 3000 for responsive performance and rich media capabilities. Alternatively, choose AMD Radeon HD 6470M discrete graphics for an amazing visual experience with powerful performance.
Designed to meet tough military standards (MIL-STD-810G for the drop, vibration, dust, humidity, altitude, and high temperature). The HP EliteBook p-series is the culmination of creative design and precision engineering. The professional series aerospace-inspired HP Dura Case is presented in its signature platinum color with a timeless bead-blast finish and a precision aluminum alloy hinge. Every aspect of the HP EliteBook 8460p from its architectural form to its rich metal finish communicates class and professionalism.
The HP EliteBook 8460p features an easy to view 14.0-inch diagonal HD display & supports up to four concurrent displays with AMD Eyefinity Technology.
HP Power assistant built to conserve energy consumption which extends battery run time average. It is an integrated solution that measures and logs reported system energy usage through a simple interface.
With HP QuickWeb you can tap into fast and more secure access to the Internet for email, contacts, and calendar all at the touch of a button and without long boot-up times. The HP EliteBook 8460p offers the extended battery run time and multiple battery solutions for extended battery life. Common docking options allow professionals to share docking solutions in various locations.
Compared to the basic black off, say, Lenovo ThinkPads, the Hp EliteBook 8460p is a stylish platinum-silver slab measuring 1.3 by 13.3 by 9.1 inches (HWD) and weighing 5.4 pounds, with an aluminum lid, palm rest, & encircling strip that contains the ports on a black magnesium alloy base. A DisplaySafe rubber frame protects the screen, which has a tiny LED next to the webcam to illuminate the non-backlit keyboard (well, part of the keyboard) in shadowy situations.
The matte-finish 14.0-inch display offers 1,366 by 768 resolution. Though not the brightest or highest in contrast that we’ve seen, it delivered good detail and color. Audio from the HP’s twin speakers—both mounted left of center, one on the front edge and one on the bottom—was loud enough to fill a conference room, but sounded flat.
The slightly concave, island-style keys of the 8460p’s keyboard provide a nicely firm typing feel. Except for HP’s bizarre keyboard trademark—small up and down arrows sandwiched between full-sized left and right arrows—the layout is fine, with dedicated Home, End, PgUp, and PgDn keys and three buttons at the top right that toggle Wi-Fi, audio mute, and browser launch. The last, when the computer is switched off, opens HP QuickWeb, which satisfies impatient surfers and e-mail checkers by bringing up a Web browser plus widgets such as weather and news headlines without booting Windows.
The glass-topped touchpad is first-rate, with smooth cursor motion, tapping, and gesture control and not-too-stiff, not-too-noisy mouse buttons below—and above, with the latter pair of buttons belonging to the pointing stick located at the intersection of the G, H, and B keys. The concave pointing stick isn’t quite as successful as the touchpad (or Lenovo’s TrackPoints) but should please users who want a choice of pointing devices.
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