HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN Treiber Windows 10
HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN Driver
Comprehensive review of the HP EliteBook p (Intel Core i5 M, Intel allows it to be used as a conventional notebook as well as a tablet PC. . Wireless connectivity options are provided by Bluetooth and W-LAN. This package contains the driver installation package for the Intel LM or LC Gigabit Ethernet Controller in supported notebook. The versatile HP EliteBook p and its touchscreen handle nearly any mobile task. You can rotate the display to shift it into tablet mode. I tested the GHz Intel Core iM version, equipped with 4GB of RAM, (three), VGA, FireWire, a headphone/mic jack, gigabit ethernet, and analog modem.
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HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN Driver
Our review model offered a two-finger multitouch surface that was quick to react to inputs and very accurate.
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It also supported pen-input for a higher level of accurate user-input. After a full pen calibration we found some drifting depending on the location on the screen, with a max offset of probably mm.
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Writing feel was very nice on the screen and very similar to a ballpoint pen on paper. Normally most touchscreen panels on the market suffer from a hazy appearance with the added layer on top of the display. HP mitigated that problem and the end result is that the screen looks like a standard matte-finish display.
In terms of color quality, everything looks evenly-saturated and natural. Contrast appears to be better than average with very nice black levels when viewing in a dark room.
The UWVA screen helps keep colors looking consistent in steep viewing angles, which come into play when working with a tablet PC. We found no color distortion at steep horizontal or vertical viewing angles with only reflections off the screen limiting it from reaching a full degrees.
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Peak screen brightness was measured at nit, plenty for bright indoor viewing, but falling short for outdoor use. For users who might want to venture outside, HP does offer an optional outdoor panel. The speakers on the HP EliteBook p are lap-firing drivers that produce very little midrange or bass. HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN the target market being primarily businesses, the speakers would be more than adequate for VOIP purposes or occasionally listening to music or streaming video.
The system also features a single headset jack for connecting headphones or a headset with mic, which would be the preferred method of listening to music on this system. Keyboard and Touchpad The HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN p has a sturdy, almost island-style keyboard with individual bezel structures surrounding each key.
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The color scheme consists of a metallic silver paint covering the body of the key with a slightly darker grey border surrounding a matte black HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN. HP used a flat-top key design on the p, which is very similar to what you might find on a Chiclet type keyboard, but without the rounded keys. This type of keyboard design can be comfortable to use, although I am still a fan of the concave key shape since it is easier to center your fingers on each key while typing blind.
The keys themselves have a solid feel with a smooth action, and emit a mild click HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN fully pressed.
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Keyboard flex is nonexistent indicating excellent support underneath. The p has both a Synaptics touchpad and pointing stick interface.
The touchpad is short and wide, which issimilar to what is found on the Lenovo ThinkPad X Tablet,and has the advantage of an easily accessible vertical scroll bar. The touchpad is responsive with no lag present in our testing.
HP is already releasing the third generation of its professional convertible notebooks onto the market with the Elitebook p. Apart from the update to internal components with current Core i5 CPUs, a considerable effort to completely remove all its previous weaknesses has also been made. How well this has been accomplished has been tested by us. The core component of a convertible notebook is its swivel display, which allows it to be used as a conventional notebook as well as a tablet PC.
The main advantage HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN this type of construction is that it is possible to make use HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN the large number and type of interfaces contained on notebooks, while at the same time also being able to take advantage of the application and handling advantages of pure tablet PCs.
HP has consistently developed the series starting from the HP p to the HP Elitebook p, right up to the tested Elitebook p, and has above all made improvements to many details that are not immediately obvious to the user. The prices currently HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN at about Euros for our tested model, and can significantly exceed Euros. Case Signs of use are not very noticeable The manufacturing quality is very good As ever the HP Elitebook p also has a very HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN well manufactured and altogether high quality case, just like its predecessor.
The working area, display frame, and display lid are all covered with an aluminum surface which is slightly textured, something that has a positive impact both haptically and optically.
Imprecise gaps, bendable surfaces, or loose panels? Definitely not the case!
Even the display lid doesn't allow any bending, HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet Intel LAN in return it is also a bit thicker than usual. The grippy black surfaces on the bottom part of the chassis have been kept although it is also primarily composed of aluminum, and provides a large panel behind which the usual components are located, as well as the required slot for the battery.
The battery not only has to be removed to replace the battery, but also to gain access to the SIM card shaft beneath it. Although the battery is located towards the front of the notebook, the weight distribution is only just well enough balanced to allow opening the display with one hand.