HP EliteBook 8440P Laptop Intel Core I5 4GB RAM, 320GB HDD – Black/Silver
|Screen Size||14 inches|
|Processor||2.4 GHz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||4 GB SO-DIMM DDR3|
|Hard Drive||320 GB HDD 5400 rpm|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
This is a strong Core i5 performance laptop that has stylish design and meets durability standards. It’s also attractive and feature-packed business laptop.
Processor : Intel Core i5
Processor Speed : 2.4GHz
Memory : 4GB RAM
Storage : 320GB HDD Drive :
Driver : CD / DVD Writer
Screen Size : 14 Inches
Connections : Display port , USB ,VGA eSATA, Bluetooth,
Others :WIFI, Camera
From the outside, the HP EliteBook 8440p is practically identical to its workstation sibling, the Elitebook 8440W .Inside, however, are features more suited to on-the-go executives rather than graphic designers. Gone are the discrete graphics of the workstation, but in exchange, users get about 4.5 hours of battery life. (And you can always upgrade to an eight-cell battery for more juice.) A classy and durable metal case, Core i5 graphics, and an excellent keyboard to make this one of the best business systems money can buy.
The 8440p continues in the same aesthetic tradition as other EliteBooks (such as last year’s 6930p): the lid and palm rest are made of anodized aluminum, and the keyboard area is a matte black plastic
Keyboard and Touchpad
Since its previous EliteBooks, HP changed the key design slightly; no longer are the keys the traditional chamfered style, nor are they chiclet-shaped. Rather, they’re a combination of the two: while abutting one another at their base, the keys tier up in a terraced fashion. We found the layout to be comfortable and fairly quiet. The keyboard boasts HP’s DuraKey finish, which help prevent wear over the long term.
Display and Audio
Our 8440p’s matte display came in the 1366 x 768-pixel configuration; this resolution was more than sufficient, and colors were bright and sharp, but those who desire more pixels can opt for a 1600 x 900-resolution display. The lid of the 14-inch screen can dip back 180 degrees from the closed position; at 40 degrees from the vertical, images started to