HP launches ultra-mobile Elitebook 2170p, starting from Rs. 69,000

By Digit NewsDesk Published Date
13 - Aug - 2012
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13 - Aug - 2012
HP launches ultra-mobile Elitebook 2170p, starting from Rs. 69,00...

HP has introduced a new business laptop in India, called the HP Elitebook 2170p, with a starting price of Rs. 69,000.

Supposedly HP’s smallest (11.6-inch display) and lightest (1.31kg) Elitebook, the Elitebook 2170p delivers 8 hours of battery life, ideal for professionals on the move.

The HP Elitebook 2170p boasts of enterprise-level connectivity, management and security features, as well as rugged, durability features, such as HP FitTight battery lock, HP DisplaySafe frame, and HP DuraCase.

Other features include laser-precision indicators to keep a track of the notebook’s status, and HP Power Assistant to help conserve battery life. An optional backlit keyboard, and fingerprint scanner will also be available.

The HP Elitebook 2170p will be available with ultra-low voltage Intel Ivy Bridge processors, in Core i3, i5, and i7 variants. Storage configurations range from 500GB HDDs to 256GB SSDs. No discrete graphics options will be available, and users will have to rely on Intel’s integrated Unified Memory Architecture (UMA) graphics solution, however, users can customize their laptops with up to 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3 RAM.

The Elitebook 2170p’s 11.6-inch LED-backlit anti-glare display bears a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. The laptop also features a 720p HD webcam.

Speaking on the launch, Vinay Awasthi, Senior Director, Product Category, Printing and Personal Systems, HP India, said:

“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. 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”.

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