HP is busily engrossed in releasing the Elitebook 2760p, a 12.1 inch notebooks sporting the new Sandy Bridge Intel core i5 or i7 processors, up to 320GB hard disk drive, up to 16GB DDR3 RAM (no, that is not a mirage) and an optional Blu-ray drive. The display packs consumer friendly 1366 x 768 pixel but you can choose 1440 x 900 if you want to see more at one time.
Choice of processors include Core i7-2657M (4M Cache, 1.60 GHz) or Core for i5-2537M (3M Cache, 1.40 GHz, also rumored to make its debut in next generation of Sandy Bridge Macbook Air) or for a Core i7-2620m (4M Cache, 2.70 GHz, being used in Sony Vaio SA and Fujitsu S761). If you are a fan of SSD technology, HP will allow you to equip 2760p with a 160GB SSD. There is no word on the price and release date.
Would we recommend it? Well, I believe without a discrete graphics card, they should not call it an Elitebook. So, until they offer a version with discrete GPU, I would suggest you to all to look somewhere around.
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