Conclusion: The EliteBook 6930p from HP has rightly earned its name. Regarding case quality the series is positioned quite highly, in fact. The deployed metal components don't just provide for first class haptics , they make the device extremely robust and therefore fit for intensive daily use.
Pros: Very stable and robust case, Excellent haptics thanks to the high quality materials, Three year guarantee ex works, UMTS available, Excellent keyboard and touchpad, Good office performance, Quiet office use and low heating up, Good battery life (6-cell), Extensive configurations possibilities, Th...
Cons: Shaky battery, Closing mechanism needs getting used to, No digital picture output on the device itself, Unergonomic trackpoint, Below average colour production of the display, low contrast and illumination, A high-quality display. The alternative LED panel unfortunately only offers standard WXGA ...
Conclusion: A solid business laptop with an anodized aluminum finish, the HP EliteBook 6930p is ruggedized to withstand the rigors of daily use. But how elite is it?
Pros: Top-of-the-line processor. Fast hard drive. Ample wireless options. Terrific resolution on an LED screen. Sexy new look. Ruggedized exterior. Priced competitively. Modular bay for an extra battery.
Cons: Small included battery. Pointing stick is stiff. Lacks switchable graphics.
Excerpt: HP's EliteBook 6930p is clearly a business laptop, but it's an attractive one, partly thanks to its brushed metal lid. It's aimed squarely at business users so it has a smartcard slot and, unusually, a webcam that can also be used to scan and digitise your business cards.
HP EliteBook 6930p offers perfection with incredible 24 hour battery life
17 July 2009
Excerpt: A wag on the www.pcauthority.com.au forums recently opined that PC Authority can find fault with any product. There's a grain of truth to that: how many products do you know of that are truly perfect?