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HP Elitebook 820 Core i5 4th 2.5 GHz, 16GB 2 TB win 7 12.5″


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Device type Laptop   Processor type Intel Core i5 4300U     Memory  16 GB     Screen size 12.5 inch     Resolution 1366×768     Touch screen     GPU type Intel HD Graphics 4400     Total storage capacity 2000 GB     Operating system Windows Pro Screen Size 12.5 inches Max Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels Processor 1.9 GHz Core i5-4288U RAM 16 GB DDR3L SDRAM Memory Speed 1600 MHz Hard Drive 2TB HDD Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics 4400 Chipset Brand intel Wireless Type 802.11bgn Number of USB 3.0 Ports 3 Other Technical Details Brand Name HP Series EliteBook Item model number F1R80AW#ABA Hardware Platform PC Operating System Windows 7; Item Weight 1 pounds Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches Item Dimensions L x W x H 1 x 1 x 1 inches Color Black Processor Brand Intel Processor Count 2 Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Flash Memory Size 128GB Hard Drive Rotational Speed 1 RPM Optical Drive Type No optical drive Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Review HP EliteBook 820 G1-H5G14ET Subnotebook Till Schönborn (translated by Liala Stieglitz), 03/17/2014 Business Haswell Notebook Windows Small laptop big in business. The HP EliteBook 820 G1 wants to reel in well-heeled business customers with high portability and business qualities. A Core i7 processor, SSD and mobile wireless modem drive up the price of the 12-inch laptop to far beyond 1500 Euros (~$2090) – too steep or is what it has to offer appropriate? Test Update: 07/2014: Optional HD IPS screen and Intel i7 4510U CPU.   For the original German review, see here. On the go business people usually have very clear requirements on their wish-laptop: It must be reliable and secure, and sufficiently fast for the used applications. However, special focus is also placed on weight and battery runtime – particularly when the laptop is taken along on extended business trips. Compact, 12-inch laptops are made just for this purpose as they try to master the balancing act between maximum portability and high (remaining) user value. The EliteBook 820 G1 plays this role at HP. The entry-level model features a Core i5 processor alongside 4 GB of RAM, and a 500 GB HDD for approximately 1000 Euros (~$1394). Configurations of considerably higher performance are also available. A steep 1700 Euros (~$2370) are demanded for our review sample that sports a Core i7-4600U, 8 GB of RAM, a 180 GB SSD storage, and a mobile wireless module – a lot of money for such a small laptop. At least all models include a 3-year warranty, a matte screen with 1366×768 pixels and the free choice between Windows 7 or 8 (both Professional). As so often, HP faces strong contenders from Dell and Lenovo in the form of the Latitude E7240 and the ThinkPad X240. The price of all three is very close, which will likely make it an exciting battle for the crown of this category. EliteBook 820 G1 (H5G05ET) EliteBook 820 G1 (F1R80AW) EliteBook 820 G1 (H5G14ET) Core i5-4200U Core i5-4300U Core i7-4600U 4 GB RAM 4 GB RAM 8 GB RAM 500 GB (HDD) 180 GB (SSD) 180 GB (SSD) HD Graphics 4400 HD Graphics 4400 HD Graphics 4400 12.5″, 1366 x 768 pixels 12.5″, 1.366 x 768 pixels 12.5″, 1366 x 768 pixels no WWAN no WWAN UMTS/HSPA+ from 1000 Euros from 1600 Euros from 1700 Euros Case Highly rigid magnesium casing Protective rubber lip HP introduced a new design line with the EliteBook 800 range. It relies on curved shapes and restrained colors, primarily black and silver. This dress looks just as good on the 820 G1 as on the recently tested 850 G1. The matte surfaces also prove to be resistant and insensitive to smudging. HP even promises that the laptop has successfully been tested according to the MIL-STD-810 US military standard. The EliteBook is almost completely made of magnesium, which is supposed to make an approximately 30 percent lower weight possible compared with the precursor. Nevertheless, our review sample weighs over 1.5 kilograms (~3.3 pounds), which is also due to the lush configuration. In any case, the chassis provides outstanding performance in terms of rigidity and stability, and even defies the strongest pressure completely unimpressed. The screen, rimmed by a protective rubber lip, can also be warped by only a few millimeters using high force. Both massive metal hinges limit any wobbling of the lid to a minimum, and are yet so smooth running that only one hand is needed for opening. Like the bigger sister model, the 820 G1’s meticulous build is impressive. We did not discover any sharp edges or irregular material transitions; the manufacturer should only rectify the slight play between the display bezel and screen. Connectivity In the course of redesigning the case, HP crossed out several outdated interfaces, such as the ExpressCard slot and the obsolete 56k modem. Besides that, all interfaces have been moved to both c


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