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HP's new laptops provide easy self-repair

Agam Shah | Feb. 23, 2011
Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday announced Intel-based business laptops with features that could make it easier to swap components or fix the PCs.

The Elitebook p-series lineup includes two new laptops. The 8460p includes a 14-inch screen, weighs 4.56 pounds (2.07 kilograms), and is priced starting at $999. The 8560p comes with a 15.6-inch and is priced starting at $1,099. The laptops provide up to eight hours of battery on a nine-cell battery, Thornton said.

The ProBook b-series 6360b, 6460b and 6560b laptops come with 13.3-inch, 14-inch and 15.6-inch screens respectively, and are priced starting at $799. Depending on screen size, the weight of the laptops starts at 4.19 pounds. The laptops will be offered with Intel's upcoming Celeron processor in the future.

The ProBook p-series budget laptops comes in four models with screen sizes ranging from 13.3-inches to 17.3-inches. Laptop prices start at $579, with weight starting at 3.79 pounds.

The laptops include USB 3.0 and an HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface) ports. The PCs support up to 750GB of storage and 16GB of RAM. Graphics cards from Advanced Micro Devices are also offered as an option.

 

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