The name might fool some, but the specs won’t.  The HP EliteBook 2540p has a Core i7-640LM @ 2.13GHz and 4GB RAM DDR-1333 with Intel HD Graphics has enough power for browsing but not really enough to game on.  The low power processor should keep your battery alive for some time while you are browsing, which is a plus to the road warriors though you should probably avoid heavy usage of the DVD drive.  The key feature seems to be the ports, as the list includes a Firewire port, three USB 2.0 ports, audio in/out, VGA and DisplayPort, Bluetooth, gigabit ethernet, a modem, a supplied fingerprint reader, a Webcam, keyboard lighting, an ExpressCard slot and SD/MMC card reader and a dock port.

If that compatibility is what you need in a laptop then visit TechReviewSource for a look.

“HP’s newest laptop, the EliteBook 2540p can transform any room into a home or professional office in the blink of an eye. Though HP’s graphical processor isn’t the greatest and slows the machine down during games and 3D software, the EliteBook 2540p has very fast components, versatile ports, a light weight and has great power for nearly any professional application that comes in its path.”

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