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Reviews of HP EliteBook 8460P

Testseek.com have collected 39 expert reviews of the HP EliteBook 8460P and the average rating is 82%. Scroll down and see all reviews for HP EliteBook 8460P.
Award: Highest Rated September 2011
September 2011
 
(82%)
39 Reviews
Users
(85%)
22 Reviews
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The editors liked

  • The sturdy HP EliteBook can be configured with a battery life of up to 32 hours
  • Sleek and sturdy design
  • Strong battery life
  • Loud SRS-powered speakers
  • Smooth and accurate glass touchpad
  • Robust security tools
  • Improved QuickWeb interface
  • Good control over security and power
  • Matte LCD screen is pleasing
  • Well-crafted
  • Business-rugged construction. Nice keyboard.
  • Sturdy
  • High-Quality Case
  • Matte
  • High-Res Display
  • Variety of Ports
  • Administration Options (BIOS)
  • Long Battery Life
  • Excellent Application Performance
  • Quiet under Normal Conditions
  • Case Temps Low
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Docking Port and Battery Slice

The editors didn't like

  • This model does not include the 10button numeric keypad.
  • Relatively bulky for 14-inch notebook
  • Keyboard light not very bright
  • Narrow viewing angles
  • Industrial design is a little clunky
  • Speaker quality is terrible
  • No HDMI or WiDi. A bit bulky and heavy for a 14-inch laptop
  • Few Viewing Angles
  • Low Screen Contrast
  • Loud When GPU Under Stress
  • CPU Downsampling When GPU Under Stress
  • Poor Gaming Performance

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  Published: 2012-05-09, Author: Eric , review by: pcmag.com

  • Well-crafted, business-rugged construction. Nice keyboard.
  • No HDMI or WiDi. A bit bulky and heavy for a 14-inch laptop
  • The HP EliteBook 8460p isn't the most portable business laptop, but it's one of the most solid choices both literally and figuratively....

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  Published: 2011-10-07, review by: techspot.com

  • In a nutshell, the EliteBook 8460p is a classier, slightly thinner, and faster version of the ProBook 6360b that we recently reviewed. At 1.25" thick, this notebook does not adhere to ultraportable standards, but that means you also get an optical dri...

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  Published: 2011-08-06, review by: infoworld.com

  • Abstract:  If you're willing to lug an additional pound or three, you can get a much more capable machine that's also easier on your eyes and hands, if not always your pocketbook. Ranging from less than $1,000 to a no-compromises $3,000, these midsize sedans ge...

 
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  Published: 2011-07-17, review by: notebookcheck.net

  • Sturdy, High-Quality Case, Matte, High-Res Display, Variety of Ports, Administration Options (BIOS), Long Battery Life, Excellent Application Performance, Quiet under Normal Conditions, Case Temps Low, Low Power Consumption, Docking Port and Battery Slice
  • Few Viewing Angles, Low Screen Contrast, Loud When GPU Under Stress, CPU Downsampling When GPU Under Stress, Poor Gaming Performance
  • HP EliteBook 8460p LG744EA with WXGA++ DisplayThose looking to impress potential clients with their sleek laptop should steer clear of the HP EliteBook 8460p. The case is however, very sturdy has an appealing design. This, however, comes at the price of l...

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  Published: 2011-06-02, Author: Loyd , review by: techworld.com

  • Overall, the HP EliteBook 8460p offers decent performance, a good display and a great keyboard in an unassuming exterior design. The price for pre-configured models is reasonable, given some of the system management features built into the EliteBook. ...

 
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  Published: 2011-06-01, review by: pcworld.com_techhive.com

  • Good control over security and power, Matte LCD screen is pleasing
  • Industrial design is a little clunky, Speaker quality is terrible
  • HP’s latest EliteBook 8460p won’t win any awards for looks, but it does come with a good display and keyboard for road warriors. HP EliteBook 8460p: Solid, Unassuming, and Built for Business HP EliteBook 8460p Review, by Loyd Case June 1, 2011 HP's ne...

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  Published: 2011-05-12, review by: computerworld.com

  • Abstract:  The keyboard has flat black 18.9mm keys that stand out from the silver background and includes a keyboard light for late-night work. Around the keyboard are controls for turning Wi-Fi on and off, muting...

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  Published: 2011-04-29, review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Sleek and sturdy design, Strong battery life, Loud SRS-powered speakers, Smooth and accurate glass touchpad, Robust security tools, Improved QuickWeb interface
  • Relatively bulky for 14-inch notebook, Keyboard light not very bright, Narrow viewing angles
  • HP has created an excellent business partner in the EliteBook 8460p. The redesign is sleek and durable, it performs well, and lasts a long time on a charge. We also like the above-average sound quality, comfy keyboard, and smooth and accurate glass tou...

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  Published: 2010-06-01, review by: toptenreviews.com

  • The sturdy HP EliteBook can be configured with a battery life of up to 32 hours,
  • This model does not include the 10button numeric keypad.
  • This professional HP laptop delivers quality performance with a sleek design and rugged durability....

 
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  Published: 2011-07-05, review by: cnet.com.au

  • Muted screen is easier on the eyes. Multi-carrier-enabled 3G module. SSD option brings huge performance. Great connectivity
  • Keyboard LED downlamp is useless
  • We like what the Elitebook brings to the party. The high resolution, muted screen will be great for all-day computing, and the multi-carrier 3G module is a big boon for those who need to travel, but don't want to be locked into one particular carrier....

 
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