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HP EliteBook 2540p

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Notebook PC Review: Hewlett Packard Elitebook 2540p Laptop

Gear Diary
26 November 2010

HP EliteBook 2540p Review (video)

Notebooks.com
16 November 2010
  • Excerpt: There are a lot of cheap laptops floating around these days, but when you’ve got your career on the line you should invest in a professional-grade laptop. One such laptop is the HP EliteBook 2540p. In this video review, we’ll show you what makes the EliteBook 2540p ready for years of use and abuse. As you can see in the above video, the HP EliteBook 2540p has several durability features that help prevent downtime.
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HP EliteBook 2540p Review

Digitaltrends
28 October 2010
  • Pros: Powerful selection of Core i5 and i7 CPUs, Top-notch build quality, Extremely effective anti-glare screen, Durable, comfortable keyboard and touchpad, Competitive weight and size, Optional optical drive, pointing nub
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Overall 9
9.0

HP EliteBook 2540p Review

maximum pc
20 September 2010
  • Summary: This ultraportable business notebook gets the job done
  • Pros: Solid build; strong performance; generous feature set.
  • Cons: There are lighter, slimmer, and sexier ultraportables out there; we’d like more storage.
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Overall 8
8.0

Review: HP EliteBook 2540p Notebook

JusTech'n
7 September 2010
  • Conclusion: I am really happy with this laptop, don’t let the low scores fool you, these are great scores for an ultraportable. The HP EliteBook 2450p is a great ultra portable for any road warrior that is looking for a easy to use and very portable machine to take with them when they are on the road.
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HP EliteBook 2540p Hands On

Notebooks.com
27 July 2010
  • Excerpt: HP was kind enough to send over an HP EliteBook 2540p for review. The unit is nicely configured and is the kind of notebook that road warriors yearn for. This is truly a professional-grade notebook and while we’re working on a full review we thought we’d give you our first impressions of the 2540p. From the first time you use the 2540p, it’s apparent that it’s not your run of the mill notebook.
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Review: HP EliteBook 2540p notebook

Geek.com
8 July 2010
  • Excerpt: The EliteBook 2540p is HP’s flagship business ultraportable. This successor to the acclaimed 2530p brings a slight refresh to HP’s 12-inch enterprise laptop and is designed to give Lenovo’s ThinkPad X201 a run for its money.
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
30 April 2010
  • Excerpt: HP added an optical drive, Core i7 power, and a host of extras to this already-solid 12.1-inch model. The result? The best mainstream business ultraportable we’ve seen.
  • Pros: Internal optical drive, Good performance, Sleek design, QuickLook and QuickWeb preboot environments, Webcam reads business cards
  • Cons: A bit expensive
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Overall 8
8.0

HP EliteBook 2540p

LAPTOP Magazine
10 March 2010
  • Summary: At $1,629, the HP EliteBook 2540p is not for bargain hunters. But if you travel frequently on business and want a notebook that can look good while standing up to some abuse, this ultraportable is worth the premium. It also boasts fast performance and will easily last through that cross-country flight. Some may prefer the Lenovo ThinkPad X201s, which offers a bigger 320GB hard drive and a longer-lasting nine-cell battery for the same price.
  • Pros: Sleek durable design, Core i7 power, Long battery life, Convenient instant-on software, Energy efficient,
  • Cons: A bit pricey, Small hard drive, Small touchpad and touch buttons,
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Overall 8
8.0

HP EliteBook 2540p review

IT PRO
23 May 2011
  • Excerpt: HP's EliteBook 2540p ultraportable laptop has long battery life and lots of security features, but are these enough to justify its high price and last-generation processor? Tom Morgan finds out in our review.
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