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Attractive housing, Metal construction, Intel vPro for business, Robust software suite.
Excellent build quality, Solid performance in its class, Good backlit keyboard.
Versatile matte display, Durable chassis, Robust suite of security software, Great performance
Attractive chassis, keyboard, Robust security options.
Sturdy, attractive design, Welldesigned keyboard, Wireless connectivity options
Has a very good, mattefinish LCD panel, Excellent keyboard.
Compact and solidly-built, the HP ProBook 5330m is a cleanly made 13-inch business laptop with up-to-date processor specs and a glare-free matte screen.
Plenty of security features; backlit keyboard.
Solid build quality, Good performance / security specs for the price, Includes a 3G radio
Solid, striking metal chassis; moderate price; fine productivity-apps speed; better-than-average sound
Mediocre battery life, Heavy, Lackluster display.
Limited configuration options, Gets warmer than expected, Good, but not great battery life.
Heavy, Poor battery life, Can run warm
Runs hot, Includes no optical drive, Graphics capability is limited.
No USB 3.0, No optical disc drive
No USB 3.0 support, Lacks builtin optical drive.
A spare design and underperforming battery may disappoint road warriors, and it lacks USB 3.0. The Beats Audio improves headphone listening, but speakers still sound middling.
Slightly bulky; below average battery life; no USB 3.0 port.
Short battery life; no USB 3.0 port; no optical drive
By NotebookCheck on November 26, 2011
The HP ProBook 5330m convinced us in many areas and proved itself as an excellent business companion. Regrettably, there are also a number of things that spoiled the positive impression. Design and workmanship were not one of the problems though - on...
By itreviews.com on November 07, 2011
In the end, the HP ProBook 5330m is a good looking notebook with a great keyboard and a good screen. Its internal specifications are fine, but the lack of an optical drive and average battery life could be its downfall. It is a bit heavy, too....
By ZDNet UK on October 27, 2011
The HP ProBook 5330m is nicely made, with a responsive keyboard, integrated mobile broadband and generally good performance. We'd have liked it even more with an optical drive, USB 3.0 and better battery life. Specifications AudioAudio...
By Electronista on September 30, 2011
HP recently released the ProBook 5330m, a business-oriented notebook with a stylish appearance that easily could be mistaken for a consumer model. The redesign is not accidental, as the company is attempting to woo customers who desire a business...
By IT PRO on September 22, 2011
The HP ProBook 5330m would be an excellent ultraportable laptop if only it had the long battery life to go with its sturdy, attractive design and good specification. As such, it's just a good laptop rather than a superb one. If you can live with its...
By Notebook Review on September 22, 2011
At the end of the work day, the HP ProBook 5330m is the kind of business laptop you'll be happy to take home. For just $799 or $899 you get a well-equipped notebook with extremely durable construction, good performance an a nice keyboard with LED...
By Digital Trends on September 16, 2011
While slightly more expensive than some other laptops, and handicapped by poor battery life, the HP ProBook 5330m offers a solid combination of hardware and supports it with robust security...
By NotebookCheck on September 06, 2011
For every feature the HP ProBook 5330m excels at, it misses the mark in an equal number of key areas. For example, the notebook base is built sturdy with its magnesium alloy chassis, but its lid is comparatively more delicate. A standard voltage Core...
By Dev Hardware on August 09, 2011
This laptop review covers the Alienware M11x and the HP ProBook 5330m computer systems.The Alienware M11x is an ultra-portable laptop aimed at gaming fans. While it may not be the thinnest in its class, the overall package in terms of design,...
By TechRadar on July 26, 2011
Back in the day, business laptops were bulky, ugly crates that could splinter the spine of a fully-grown mountain bear. Thankfully that's all in the past, and now modern business portable PCs are not just slim and light, they're also...
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