The HP EliteBook 2740p put in a twirl to distinctive intend of ultraportable laptops. As a notebook, this slim, light PC fits big performance into its little case, but that's not all. You can turn the display to move it into tablet mode. A force-sensitive stylus can do sketches on monitor, or you can point with up to two fingers, allowing multitouch gestures. And this EliteBook supplies almost every other predictable feature, creating it an adaptable work machine for any portable circumstances.
The machine scored a strong 104 in our World Bench 6 test suite, putting it near front of the pack in the ultraportable list, and applications all feel approachable during general use. The EliteBook provides plenty power for Office software, image editors, and almost anything a mobile pro could install.
Incorporated Intel GMA HD video processing lags in most difficult visual tasks, for example high-end GPU accelerated 3D applications and games spectators for either list must look somewhere else, as the EliteBook 2740p targets a new niche.
In its place of 3D mastery, the EliteBook impresses with its touchscreen.
In the laptop or tablet design, you can thrust at the monitor with a finger or the stylus. The typical features of Wacom monitor technology are here, plus 255 levels of force sensitivity and a stylus with an eraser end for rapid changes. The tool allows precise sketches too nuanced photo edits. The stylus slips within the case when new, storing it fine. The EliteBook automatically senses when the stylus tip is near to the screen to disable fingertip input, but I infrequently still directed to click with my hands when annoying to sketch.