HP announces the EliteBook 8560w, 8460w and the 8760w

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HP EliteBook 8670w

HP has just showered us with three of its new and powerful Elitebook 8560w, 8460w and the 8670w mobile computing machines which are all geared for powerful computing needs. According to HP, the three new Elitebooks combine innovative design with workstation-class technology that will surely spark more creativity to its target users. The machines also feature HP’s new industrial design which caters to mobile workstations highlighted by a radial-brushed gunmetal finish, backlit jewel logo and orange-colored accents.

The HP EliteBook 8760w is the most powerful among the three new machines boasting of a 17.3-inch diagonal, HD screen, a choice between AMD FirePro or NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics, up to 4GB of video RAM, and the option to have 3 hard drives and RAID suport. The HP EliteBook 8560w sports a 15.6-inch diagonal HD screen display, AMD FirePro graphics with 1GB of video RAM or NVIDIA Quadro graphics for 2GB of video memory, and optional HP DreamColor display. Finally, the HP EliteBook 8460w features a 14-inch diagonal HD panel and AMD FirePro 1GB video memory graphics cards. All three EliteBooks are loaded with Intel Core i7 and i5 dual- and quad-core processors and support for up to 32GB of RAM. For storage, you’ll have several options including SMART SATA, Self Encrypting or Solid State Drives with up to RAID 5 capability. Plus you’ll also get variety of ports such as USB 3.0, eSATA, and USB 2.0.

For battery component, the HP EliteBook 8760w and 8560w will have an 8-cell battery while the HP EliteBook 8460w will have either a 6- or 9-cell battery options. The HP EliteBook 8760w, 8560w and 8460w retail at $1,899, $1,349 and $1,299 respectively. Expected availability in the US is sometime in May.

via [Business Wire]

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  • Nancy Steopher

    Its all new HP EliteBook 8560w has all the potential to offer Blazing performance, but we cannot resist saying that the battery life is not something that worth the money.

  • Nancy Steopher