Convertible notebook tablets are nothing new and in the past Windows XP was the painfully difficult to use OS of choice. Now HP’s EliteBook 2760P offers the slightly more touch friendly Windows 7 Professional and is targeting the Corporate business segment. It features a 12.1-inch 16:10 1280×800 antiglare display with the latest generation Sandy Bridge series Core i7 CPUs with TurboBoost technology. Multitouch interaction is fully supported for your fingers along with a stylus pen. The notebook weighs in at 1.79KG and provides 8GB of DDR3 RAM. Hard Drive storage scales to a maximum of 250GB. The GPU is the integrated Intel HD 3000 and you’ll find a slot loading DVD drive at the side.
Expansion and I/O connectivity is plentiful with 3 USB ports (one is used for charging), VGA out, Firewire, Docking station connector, Ethernet, WWAN port, SD/MMC, Express Card/34, Smart Card Reader, Integrated stereo speakers; Integrated dual-microphone array, Spill-resistant keyboard and drain, a HD Webcam, WI-FI 802.11n, Bluetooth and a 6-cell battery providing about 5.5 hours of runtime. The HP EliteBook 2760P is available now for €1311 or $1,500.