Powerful Intel second-gen components, Extensive security and wireless feature set, Aluminum chassis, Glass touchpad, Bright, high-resolution widescreen, USB 3,0 and eSATA equipped.
Industrial-strength chassis and hinges, Large, high-res display with effective anti-glare coating, Potent processors and discrete Radeon HD graphics, Comfortable keyboard and supersized glass trackpad, Incredibly complete array of ports, Attractive.
Very good performance; excellent battery life; comfortable ergonomics; ruggedly built; extensive expansion capabilities.
AMD graphics doesn't offer that big of a lift in graphics power, Less than 4 hours of battery life is mediocre these days.
Not as light or thing as competitors, Matte display lacks “pop” of glossy screens.
By CRN on August 29, 2011
Hewlett-Packard is billing the EliteBook 8560p as among its most robust notebooks ever, and the Palo Alto, Calif.-based computer maker isn’t kidding. Built with an Intel Corei7-2620m at 2.70 GHz, 4 GB of RAM and running Microsoft Windows 7...-
By APC Magazine on August 28, 2011
If you're a businessperson who demands the ultimate in portable computing, and isn't afraid to pay for it, you might just be interested in this slick powerhouse from HP. Packing the latest and greatest technology, does the overall package...70
By NotebookCheck on June 11, 2011
This business notebook, the HP Elitebook 8560p LQ589AW, is convincing in every respect. It has a very smart, high-end appearance with its platinum-look aluminium case. Nor has HP taken any shortcuts with the workmanship. The display lid opens easily...88
By HotHardware on May 31, 2011
If concentrating strictly on the benchmarks, HP's EliteBook 8560p carried itself well in most of our general purpose tests and turned in the kind of performance you would expect out of a Sandy Bridge system. The Core i7 2620M doesn't offer the...-
By TechReviewSource on May 25, 2011
4.00 While most professionals are tempted by an ultraportable that can be tucked under their arm or into a small tote, there's simply no substitute for a desktop replacement laptop that can do it all. The HP Elitebook 8560p ($1,499.99 direct) is...80
By PC Mag on May 23, 2011
The HP EliteBook 8560p is a powerhouse business laptop, as its 15.6-inch widescreen and top of the line parts are there for powering through the most difficult tasks--and a modern look doesn't hurt either....80
By Notebook Review on May 17, 2011
The HP EliteBook 8560p is a solid update to the EliteBook line of business laptops. The combination of powerful Intel Sandy Bridge processors, a stylish-yet-durable design, and decent battery life make for a very well-balanced business notebook. My...80
By Digital Trends on May 16, 2011
It's hard to do better than HP’s industrial-strength EliteBook 8560p for brute processing power, comfortable, hard-wearing controls and durability....80
By PCWorld New Zealand on May 03, 2011
HP's EliteBook 8560p is chunky, solid and looks like a piece of industrial equipment. In a way, it is. The magnesium alloy chassis is absolutely gorgeous, and feels like it could take some pretty hard knocks.The display is 15.6 inches; we had a...90
By Computer Shopper on May 01, 2011
The HP EliteBook 8650p is a fast, comfortable notebook with excellent battery life and a host of professional-level features, without a huge professional-notebook price premium....90