HP EliteBook 2560P
The HP EliteBook 2560P delivers an Intel's full-voltage Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor with an integrated HD 3000 graphics core, up to 16GB of DDR3 1333MHz RAM, as much as 750GB mechanical or 160GB flash storage, and a 12.5-inch matte display with a 1366x768 resolution. The machine has a built-in DVD. Connectivity includes three USB 2.0 ports (one eSATA combo), DisplayPort and VGA outputs, RJ11/RJ45 jacks, audio jacks, as well as SD/SDHC card and ExpressCard 34 slots. There's also an HD webcam, spill-resistant chiclet keyboard, larger touchpad, improved speakers, and an overall slimmer profile.
Supersturdy build; great performance for the size; easy upgrading.
Amazing build quality (HP DuraCase/DuraFinish), Almost 8 hours of battery life, Good performance, Great deal of business features.
Tough construction and easy upgrading, Good ergonomics.
Sleek silver design. DVD burner builtin. Dual pointing devices. Very good battery life. eSATA equipped. Extensive security and wireless feature set. Powerful Intel Core i5 processor.
Sleek silver design, DVD burner built-in, Dual pointing devices, Very good battery life, eSATA equipped, Extensive security and wireless feature set, Powerful Intel Core i5 processor.
Loaded with business features; strong productivity and graphics performance; reasonably priced
Feels heavy; miserly touchpad; no USB 3.0.
No USB 3.0, Can "feel" audio playing on palmrests, Expensive as configured.
No USB 3.0.
Pointing stick is stiff. Lacks USB 3.0 technology.
Pointing stick is stiff, Lacks USB 3,0 technology.
No USB 3.0 support; short battery life
By InfoWorld on March 31, 2012
If you're looking for a Windows laptop that looks like a MacBook Air, you've come to the right place. These systems are fast and full-featured, yet slim, light, and generally long on battery life. A few even sport solid-state drives, and some...80
By TopTenREVIEWS on February 17, 2012
The HP EliteBook 2560p is an outstanding business laptop that provides the tools, size and customer service to make it an excellent travel...-
By Digital Trends on December 25, 2011
A better reason to buy the EliteBook 2560p is the built-in software, which is excellent and may make-or-break a purchase for certain enterprise buyers....75
By Maximum PC on November 23, 2011
To call HP’s 2560p an “ultraportable” is pushing it. It has a slightly smaller footprint than the Toshiba R830, with a screen size of 12.5 inches, but it’s heavier by more than a pound. With its power brick, you’re looking...80
By Notebook Review on September 19, 2011
The HP EliteBook 2560p is a good choice for business professionals on the go. The second-generation Intel Core i5-2410M dual-core processor and 4GB of system memory makes multi-tasking a breeze and users will be able to do any amount of work tasks with...80
By LaptopMag on September 16, 2011
The HP EliteBook 2560p business notebook can multitask with the best of them but is light enough for regular travel. The executive-chic design doesn't hurt either, especially since it's built to withstand a fair amount of abuse. Combine that...80
By InfoWorld on August 27, 2011
The common denominator is small size and light weight. Otherwise, the usual tradeoffs apply. Be on the alert for lousy ergonomics, poor...80
By Techworld on August 24, 2011
If you need an ultraportable laptop that you can be confident will stand up to a few years of heavy use, the HP EliteBook 2560p deserves a look. A three year warranty and on-site service are available to provide additional peace of...-
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on August 23, 2011
This ultraportable's appeal lies in its outstanding toughness and its easy access to components. HP EliteBook 2560p Review: Extra-Rugged Ultraportable HP EliteBook 2560p Review, by Jon L. Jacobi August 23, 2011 The corporate-oriented HP EliteBook...80
By NotebookCheck on August 23, 2011
The HP EliteBook 2560p (version LG666EA) will not get the same great rating from us its predecessor, the 2540p, got. The main reason for this decision is the low TFT brightness. This is especially a problem in battery mode, when the brightness falls...86