Excerpt: Packed with security features, this sleek ultraportable tablet is made for the rigors of the road. It’s fast enough for most users and offers just about everything business executives could want.
Pros: Loads of security and durability features, Sleek, slim, and highly portable, Long battery life, Comes with Windows XP downgrade
Cons: No optical drive, No touch capability, Mediocre performance for price
Summary: The HP EliteBook 2730p offers strong performance and endurance with a well-rounded feature set and a good pen experience. Its $1,599 price is very competitive, considering the Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet starts at $1,884 and the Dell Latitude XT costs north of $1,700. However, we wished it had a faster hard drive and the ability to recognize finger inputs.
Pros: Good tablet performance, Spacious comfortable keyboard, Good viewing angles, Decent battery life,
Cons: Uncomfortable mouse buttons, Sluggish hard drive, No optical drive, No finger-touch input,