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HP EliteBook 8440P – i5 – 4GB RAM – 500 GB HDD win 7pro USED


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Item specifics Condition: Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of wear. See the seller’s … Read more Model: EliteBookf Warranty: Seller Warranty Brand: HP Family Line: EliteBook MPN: sdf Type: Notebook Operating System: Windows 7 Warranty Duration: As per dropdown Screen Size: 14″ Serviced In India: Yes Processor: Intel Core i5 Warranty Partner Name: UsedYetNew Memory: As per dropdown Processor Brand: Intel Hard Drive Capacity: As per dropdown Warranty Details: Same as of HP Laptop in India Colour: Silver Warranty Conditions: No Warranty on Battery SSD Capacity: As per dropdown       Review HP EliteBook 8440p-WJ681AW Notebook by Sebastian Jentsch 04/24/2010 Business Toolbox. Those who need a notebook as a constant companion need more than a display with keys in front of it. The 14 incher wants to vindicate its high-class claim with connection variety, robustness, and Core i5-520M power. HP EliteBook 8440p-WJ681AW Who buys EliteBooks? Meanwhile, we’ve got a pretty good idea about that. We’ve recently had the HP ProBook 6540b WD690EA in review, which delimits the EliteBook series downwards. You might also say: If a ProBook doesn’t suffice, you’ll buy an EliteBook. The premium business models’ price starts at about 1150 euro. We’ve chosen one of the lowest priced EliteBooks. There are almost no limits towards the top because HP also places its workstations under the name “EliteBook” by adding “w”. Our 14 inch 8440p is technically limited to the basics with a Core i5-520M and without a dedicated graphic card. A high-resolution display is just as absent as a UMTS module. Which claims can the EliteBook starter keep upright? What does it do better than the already good ProBook 6540b WD690EA? Is the elite alternative worthwhile for the ambitioned consumer or can he instead buy a ProBook, partly available for a lot less money? Our detailed review will answer these questions. Case 180 degree opening angle Torsional stiff case High-end hinges Whilst notebook series aligned for consumers are always getting thinner, flatter and lighter, HP apparently adds a bit to guarantee higher stability. The 14 incher is indeed a massive piece. Its highest part measures 3.1 centimeters. We’ll also notice what we are carrying around due to the weight of 2363 grams. It would be wrong to assume that business users aren’t looking for the perfect weight. However, the manufacturer has uncompromisingly decided in favor of high-quality and stability. And it’s made a home run with it. The base unit is as solid as a rock and can’t be twisted at all, even with force. We can’t dent the wrist-rest or base plate anywhere. The lids stiffness is almost sensational. We can only twist it just slightly at the corners. The silver area stays firm up to the end. Of course, we can dent it slightly with a lot of selective pressure. But it’s not possible over an area. The reason for this quality is the selected materials beside the stability. Lid, wrist-rest and the strip above the keys are made of brushed aluminum. Thus, the surfaces feel cool and are very scratch resistant. The manufacturer uses real metal for the hinges, just like in the ProBook. The hinges are fixed tight to the base unit. No tearing or pressing can move them. They keep the lid tight in position (no teetering). We can open the lid single-handedly despite the base unit’s heavy weight. The somewhat seemingly over-sized silver display button is beneficial for single-handed opening. It releases the massive lock (metal) and allows the lid to open itself about half a centimeter. This gap is enough to pull the display open with one hand. The same applies to the battery: Instead of pressing around on two locks with two fingers, we can simply pull the battery eject and it appears to push itself out of its compartment. A single-handed removal is thus possible. Connectivity Docking & battery ports ExpressCard54 slot Appreciated by pros and popular amongst demanding customers: Docking stations and numerous connections for all needs. The 14 incher has everything that is expected in a modern work notebook. The almost extinct modem port (RJ-11), display port, FireWire (i-Link) and eSATA belongs to this. If specific interfaces are missing, users have the possibility to retrofit via the ExpressCard54 slot. HP uses a display port instead of HDMI. This port allows 2560×1600 pixels on an external display. We like the Kensington lock, display port and VGA(screwed!) positioning on the rear. The conventional lid mounting makes it possible. The side areas are optically unloaded in heavy use of plug connections with that. We find a battery of three USB ports and FireWire on the left. An ExpressCard54 slot is beside it. ExpressCard34 cards also fit. The audio connections are found directly below this slot. The front isn’t occupied with any connections. The right side provides for a small hi


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