Conclusion: The HP EliteBook 8440p-WJ681AW is an office notebook for not quite 1200 euro . That's a lot of money for the office class, but the EliteBook provides first-class business qualities . If you deliberately waive on a graphic card with the 14 incher, you'll get pure computing power with the Core i5-520M processor. All kinds of applications, no matter if optimized for multi or single-core, are managed fast with Intel's CPU.
Pros: Solid and high-end workmanship, Matt, bright display, Ideal touchpad & trackpoint devices, Feedback strong keyboard, Security functions (TPM, fingerprint, etc.), High manageability (BIOS), Good battery life, Quiet in normal mode, Low waste air (idle/load), Low power consumption, Docking port & battery slice capable, A mouse replacement, which can be used extremely smoothly. And a trackpoint, the alternative to the touchpad.
Cons: Poor viewing angles, Low contrast, HDD humming, An integrated UMTS/HSPA module for mobility. But the more expensive VQ668EA is available with that.
Summary: We were struck by the aesthetics and practicality of the 8440p -- the system is incredibly well-made, and the added hard drive protection ensures that your data is practically invulnerable to the hazards of the road. The quick launch buttons are useful as well, and the processor can handle just about anything that is thrown at it, so conducting day to day business should be a breeze.
Pros: Extremely solid, yet light, Solid Performance, Very Secure System, No Bloatware, Surprisingly cool, Quick Launch Buttons
Cons: Battery Life, Dim Screen, Weak Video Card, Underwhelming Speakers, Light Specs for Price, Tiny trackpad
Summary: For business users on a budget, the HP EliteBook 8440p represents a very good bargain. You get excellent Core i5 performance, decent battery life, and a stylish, sturdy chassis for less than $1,000. Considering an identically configured Lenovo ThinkPad T410 costs about $150 more but lacks the metal lid and deck, we feel that the 8440p is the better deal, both in the short and long term.
Summary: The HP EliteBook 8440p is a high-power 14in-screen laptop for the corporate elite, built like a tank and featuring state-of-the art performance thanks to the fastest Intel Core i7 mobile processor and SSD storage - UPDATED 14 SEPT 2010
Excerpt: HP’s recently announced HP EliteBook 8440p laptop that is powered by Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor and has NVIDIA NVS graphics aimed at mobile professionals who need manageability, security, upgradeable wireless and enhanced system and graphics.
Excerpt: There's no mistaking HP's latest EliteBook ultra-portable for anything other than a business laptop. The sharp angular chassis has been built using a mixture of rugged black plastic and tough metals which, despite feeling incredibly durable, doesn't exactly stand out from the crowd. Underneath the plain looking exterior however, the 8440p uses some powerful components. The processor is a mobile version of Intel's Core i7, running at 2.66Ghz.
Excerpt: HP’s EliteBook 8440p is a powerful business laptop, which squeezes every ounce of performance out of its 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 520M processor. It has only 2GB of RAM, though, and has the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Professional installed. It also comes with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and Windows XP on CDs. Build quality is superb and we love the smooth brushed-metal chassis.
Test: HP EliteBook 8440p - zabezpečený jako trezor
8 November 2014
Summary: EliteBook 8440p je velmi zajímavým řešením pro firemní použití. Díky technologii vPro a profesionální úrovni zabezpečení má firma větší jistotu, že její data nebudou zneužita v případě ztráty a že notebook bude maximálně chráněn proti virům a chybám způsobeným neaktualizovanými ovladači.