HP Launches Elitebook 2170p
HP's smallest and lightest-weight business notebook.
HP has launched its smallest and lightest weight Elitebook – the Elitebook 2170p.
The new 11.6-inch diagonal notebook has a starting weight of 1.31-kilos and supports enterprise-class connectivity, security and management features. With up to eight hours of battery life, the HP EliteBook 2170p is also compatible with the common docking stations used across the HP business notebook portfolio for maximum efficiency.
“The new Elitebook 2170p is designed for mobile business professionals, offering a host of features that make this the ideal choice for professionals on-the-move,” said Vinay Awasthi, Senior Director, Product Category, Printing and Personal Systems, HP India. “With innovative, reliable hardware designs and predictive software technologies, this notebook will make it easier for customers to keep their businesses running securely and efficiently.”
The Elitebook 2170p offers a full-sized keyboard – with optional backlit capabilities – encased in a business-rugged design that protects against the bumps common with mobile use. It also features an optional integrated HP Mobile Broadband featuring, allowing for access to the Internet, corporate networks, email and mission-critical information in more places. This business notebook delivers Unified Memory Architecture (UMA) graphics and is powered by Intel’s third-generation ultra-low-voltage processor that enables long battery life
All of the new HP EliteBooks also employ HP’s design framework, which embodies a timeless construction. Precision-engineered durability features are designed with the environment in mind, and the four systems also sport third-generation Intel Core processors for great performance and impressive battery life.
The Elitebook 2170p also features HP FitTight battery lock, laser-precision indicators, HP DisplaySafe frame, enhanced HP DuraCase and HP Power Assistant.
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