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HP EliteBook 840 G1

  • Type: Core i5
  • Installed Size: 4 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Pro
  • Capacity: 180 GB

HP EliteBook 820 G1

  • Type: Core i5
  • Installed Size: 4 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Pro
  • Capacity: 500 GB

HP EliteBook 8440p

  • Type: Core i7
  • Installed Size: 4 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional
  • Capacity: 160 GB

HP EliteBook 840 G1

  • Type: Core i3
  • Installed Size: 4 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Pro
  • Capacity: 500 GB

HP Pavilion dv7-6c23cl

  • Type: A8
  • Installed Size: 6 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Capacity: 750 GB

HP Pavilion x360 15-cr0077nr

  • Type: Core i5
  • Installed Size: 8 GB
  • Edition: Windows 10 Home
  • Capacity: 256 GB

HP EliteBook 820 G1

  • Type: Core i5
  • Installed Size: 8 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Pro
  • Capacity: 512 GB

HP EliteBook Folio 9480m

  • Type: Core i5
  • Installed Size: 8 GB
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8.1 Pro
  • Capacity: 256 GB

HP Envy 4 Ultrabook

The HP Envy 4 Ultrabook is slim, stylish and affordable, but it's sadly let down by poor performance from an outdated processor and a trackpad that's just plain unpleasant.

HP Mini 210-1156sa

It does nothing to separate itself from the rest of the 10.1-inch netbook herd, but the HP Mini 210-1156sa is still a well-designed machine. Shame about the iffy battery life, though.

HP Mini 210-2003sa

The HP Mini 210 might look futuristic, but beneath the shiny exterior lies a netbook that provides no more than ordinary performance. It also has its fair share of design flaws, including a badly laid-out trackpad and a truly baffling power port.

HP Pavilion TX1020ea

The TX1020ea is an unusual beast, but we like its clever twisting screen and its price tag. Our only gripes are that it's rather slow and too heavy to be classed as an ultraportable

HP G62

The version of the 15.6-inch HP G62 that we saw, the G62-450SA, has its plus points, but, overall, it's a fairly average laptop both in terms of performance and design. You can get similar machines for slightly less cash.

HP Pavilion dv6-3122sa

The 15.6-inch HP Pavilion dv6-3122sa offers decent-enough performance, especially on the gaming front, but we're not fans of the keyboard and trackpad. There are better laptops for the price.

HP Envy 17-1050ea

HP says this laptop is the pinnacle of computing luxury, and we're inclined to agree. It'll cost you dearly, but the Envy 17 offers great design and performance

HP TouchSmart tx2-1020ea

The HP TouchSmart tx2-1020ea is attractive, robust and offers decent performance, but its multitouch capability is disappointing. The majority of multitouch gestures will only work within HP's MediaSmart suite of applications, and the tx2-1020ea can't recognise those made using three or more fingers. At this price, you'd be justified in expecting better

HP Pavilion dm4-1050ea

The HP Pavilion dm4-1050ea is a well-built laptop that'll serve you well for everyday computing purposes, although the lack of a dedicated graphics card means it's not as powerful as some of its rivals

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