Decent performance, Excellent keyboard, Well made, thin and lightweight, Quick boot time
Attractive design; strong security and reliability features; reasonable price tag.
Core 2 Duo S fast but nets good battery life, Bright 13inch display, Light, toughened aluminum body, Fullsize, spillproof keyboard, Instantboot access to email, web, Decent expansion, Good software security, Very competitive pricing.
Great industrial design, Incredibly handy proprietary software.
Fast boot-up interface; cool design; good keyboard; plenty of security features
Great design, excellent performance, tweak able hardware.
Excellent design and mobile performance for less than $1,000.
Sleek metal chassis; HP QuickWeb and QuickLook 3 give quick access to information; matte display.
Luxuriously thin and light. Amazing typing and navigating experience. Great battery life on a 41Wh battery. Inexpensive. HP Quick tools are nice add-ons. Environmentally friendly.
Attractive, durable design, Strong performance and battery life, Comfortable keyboard, Speedy QuickWeb instant-on feature, Good security software bundle
Slim, chic metal shell; handy quick-boot Web/e-mail environments; good multimedia performance; excellent battery life; affordable
Bottom gets very hot, Top gets rather warm, Display colors are a bit washed out, Displayport and USB port too close together
Only 3.5 hours of battery life on the fourcell model
No real hardware security features, External optical drive not included, Multitouch trackpad a bit quirky, No option for dedicated graphics.
Mouse buttons could be a little bigger, No eSATA or passthrough USB charging port
Poor quality speakers.
Nothing in particular.
Getting the best performance and portability requires a few upgrades.
No fingerprint sensor and TPM security chip; no integrated VGA output; lackluster battery life.
Mediocre viewing angles, Poor sound, No VGA out
No DVD drive; slow 3D performance; mediocre speakers; VGA-out requires optional dongle; no dedicated media keys
By InfoWorld on September 04, 2010
The ProBook 5310m's slim, stylish case impresses--and so do its quick-booting, business-friendly apps. Stay tuned for the results of its lab...-
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
HP is one of the biggest players in the computer industry, and as such they cater to every type of user from your typical home consumer through business executives and data centers. With such a large range of offerings, quality and features can vary...-
By Testfreaks on April 04, 2010
I like the HP ProBook 5310m quite a bit honestly, it’s very thin and lightweight and performs well. The keyboard is one of the nicest I’ve used on a laptop, you can type quickly with no issues and you won’t find yourself hitting the...80
By Maximum PC on February 26, 2010
A premium ultraportable that's light on your budget HP touts the $900 ProBook 5310m as being the world's thinnest full-performance notebook, but its slim form factor doesn't mean limited functionality. The 5310m ultra-portable is burly...90
By Electronista on February 21, 2010
The 5310m is the definition of a well-balanced business portable: it can provide good enough performance to serve as a main system but enough battery life to become a workhorse for the road. It exudes a level of quality but costs much less than some...80
By Gadling on February 11, 2010
If you are looking for a cheap plastic laptop, then I'm going to disappoint you - this review is going to take a closer look at a very sturdy and well built laptop. And any laptop with "sturdy" in the description is usually not going to be a cheap...-
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
The ProBook 5310m's slim, stylish case impresses--and so do its quick-booting, business-friendly apps. Stay tuned for the results of its lab tests....70
By TechCentral on January 25, 2010
By ZAM KARIM IS IT me or are notebooks getting sleeker and thinner with the release of newer models? Case in point is the new Hewlett-Packard ProBook 5310m business notebook, which is a mere 23.5mm thick. As a comparison, Apple’s slimmest model,...-
By Online Notebook on January 15, 2010
HP ProBook 5310m is an excellent laptop. We didn’t have any issue with the hardware and the performance. If you are looking for a good business laptop, look no further and get this one!...-
By Geek.com on January 13, 2010
HP first introduced the ProBook 5310m as the “world’s thinnest full-performance notebook PC” which is a notable claim for the ProBook line, whose defining characteristic tends to be its price-consciousness. While almost every laptop is...-