The ProBook is the latest business laptop line HP announced earlier this year. So how good is it compared to its other professional range? We take a closer look at the 4411s and let you know.
A business laptop is of almost no different to the mainstream consumer notebook PC, except that it is positioned as such with (usually) serious black or silver finish, is generally portable to bring along with when you’re travelling, has long-enough battery life to last short trips and preinstalled with professional OS and business security software for greater reliability.
And this month, we are pleased to receive the new HP ProBook 4411s for our review. The HP ProBook 4411s was announced in April this year, but the manufacturer only had a review unit available in late July. In case you haven’t heard, the ProBook is HP’s new line of affordable notebook PCs designed with good features, performance and stylish design for the busy business road warriors.
So how’s the hardware aspect? Here’s the detailed specifications of the ProBook 4411s:-
|Processor||Intel Core 2 Duo T6570 2.1GHz|
|Memory||3GB DDR2 SDRAM|
|Hard disk||500GB SATA|
|Graphics||ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 (512MB VRAM)|
|Display||14-inch LED-backclit HD Anti-glare (1366×768)|
|Removable Storage||Super Multi DVD+-RW DL with Lightscribe|
|Audio/Visual||HD Audio, stereo speakers, headphone/line out,|
|microphone in, integrated 2MP webcam (w/mic)|
|Wireless support||Intel 802.11 a/b/g/n draft 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0|
|Communications||Ethernet (10/100/1000 NIC)|
|Expansion slots||1x ExpressCard/34 slot, Media Card Reader|
|Ports and connectors||4x USB2.0, VGA, HDMI, microphone in, RJ-45|
|headphone/line out, power connector|
|Operating system||Windows Vista Business|
|Dimension||31.0 x 336.0 x 232.4 mm|