Breaking: HP EliteBook 2560p and 2760p exposed by HP in their full glory

Breaking: HP EliteBook 2560p and 2760p exposed by HP in their full glory

HP's mood today: Apparently not too happy with EliteBook news on the internet

Update (April 26): Well, I kinda saw this coming after HP China wrote to me about this article and I’ve removed this post too to work with HP as smoothly as possible. Well… [sigh] I guess being the biggest fansite/tech site that’s dedicated to appreciating HP and its products automatically puts us high on their radar!

Update (May 9): HP has officially unveiled the EliteBook 2560p and EliteBook 2760p, check out the full news story now!

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  1. tabletguy April 23, 2011 Reply

    Disappointing.. no higher resolution display option, thicker, heavier. With these omissions you can pretty much guarantee the price will be ~$600 refurbished by next year.

    The only thing that can save it is good battery life.. hopefully it’s at least 7 or 8 hrs without the slice attached.

    Thanks for posting this!

  2. tabletguy April 23, 2011 Reply

    The 2760p is what I’m talking about above there ^^

  3. Toby April 25, 2011 Reply

    I agree with tablet guy, I was disappointed with 2540p weight vs the 2530p this is another step in the wrong direction. 16:9 isn’t good either.

    My 2540p had the lv chip and I took put DVD to save a bit more weight, with SSD it was nice and fast.

  4. vēer April 25, 2011 Reply

    Ugh, heavier and with I assume with 6 and 9 cell that sticks out as much and identically as it did on previous gen 12″ models, and probably battery life thats far from Lenovo’s X220 this looks like big fail, unless they prove to be much much better built than ThinkPads.

  5. Andrew April 25, 2011 Reply

    Still no digital output (displayport/HDMI) on the tablet? What is this, 1998?
    x220t has display port, but 16:9 screen
    2760p has no digital output, but 16:10 screen.
    Why must there be compromises?

  6. George April 25, 2011 Reply

    No IPS screen either. Bummer. That is key for a tablet.

  7. Andrew April 26, 2011 Reply

    hhmm, are you sure? Previous generation 2x70p had IPS or some form of wide viewing angle screens (AFFS/boe hydis) or something similar.

  8. Bob September 26, 2011 Reply

    Hello there

    I’d like to reconfigure my HP 2760p so that the fan runs less frequently. Is there anyone who can suggest how I do this. The subtle noise is driving me nuts, especially since I work with it all day. Other than that its a great machine.

    Bob

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