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Reviews of HP EliteBook 6930P

Testseek.com have collected 32 expert reviews of the HP EliteBook 6930P and the average rating is 80%. Scroll down and see all reviews for HP EliteBook 6930P.
Award: Editor’s Choice August 2009
August 2009
 
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The editors liked

  • Top-of-the-line processor. Fast hard drive. Ample wireless options. Terrific resolution on an LED screen. Sexy new look. Ruggedized exterior. Priced competitively. Modular bay for an extra battery.
  • Unprecedented 14 hours of battery life (with extended battery)
  • Strong overall performance
  • Fast solid state drive
  • Durable
  • Elegant design
  • Elegant
  • Business-rugged design
  • Fast performance
  • Bright display with good viewing angles
  • E-mail and calender access without booting Windows
  • Very stable and robust case
  • Excellent haptics thanks to the high quality materials
  • Three year guarantee ex works
  • UMTS available
  • Excellent keyboard and touchpad
  • Good office performance
  • Quiet office use and low heating up
  • Good battery life (6cell)
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The editors didn't like

  • Small included battery. Pointing stick is stiff. Lacks switchable graphics.
  • Heavy with extra battery
  • Weak graphics performance
  • Tiny touch buttons
  • Wi-Fi throughput from 50 feet slightly below average
  • Shaky battery
  • Closing mechanism needs getting used to
  • No digital picture output on the device itself
  • Unergonomic trackpoint
  • Below average colour production of the display
  • Low contrast and illumination

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  Published: 2009-07-05, review by: notebookcheck.net

  • Very stable and robust case, Excellent haptics thanks to the high quality materials, Three year guarantee ex works, UMTS available, Excellent keyboard and touchpad, Good office performance, Quiet office use and low heating up, Good battery life (6cell), E
  • Shaky battery, Closing mechanism needs getting used to, No digital picture output on the device itself, Unergonomic trackpoint, Below average colour production of the display, low contrast and illumination
  • The EliteBook 6930p from HP has rightly earned its name. Regarding case quality the series is positioned quite highly, in fact. The deployed metal components don't just provide for first class haptics, they make the device extremely robust and therefore f...

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  Published: 2009-04-20, review by: insidehw.com

  • HP EliteBook 6930p is one extraordinary notebook that is suited for mobile users that often find themselves in not so pleasant circumstances. Also this is perfect notebook for users that are little but clumsy with their hardware or simply are not used ...

 
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  Published: 2009-01-13, review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Unprecedented 14 hours of battery life (with extended battery), Strong overall performance, Fast solid state drive, Durable, elegant design
  • Heavy with extra battery, Weak graphics performance
  • Editors’ Note: Portions of this review were taken from the original EliteBook 6930p review.]When we first reviewed the HP EliteBook 6930p, we gave it an Editors’ Choice, praising its style, performance, and price. The one knock was its slightl...

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  Published: 2008-10-16, review by: pcmag.com

  • Top-of-the-line processor. Fast hard drive. Ample wireless options. Terrific resolution on an LED screen. Sexy new look. Ruggedized exterior. Priced competitively. Modular bay for an extra battery.
  • Small included battery. Pointing stick is stiff. Lacks switchable graphics.
  • A solid business laptop with an anodized aluminum finish, the HP EliteBook 6930p is ruggedized to withstand the rigors of daily use. But how elite is it?...

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  Published: 2008-09-11, review by: wi-fiplanet.com

  • Abstract:  For mobile pros, skimping on a laptop purchase could certainly prove penny wise and pound-foolish. Budget notebook PCs are fine if you only occasionally tote the machine in a padded bag, but they lack the durable construction and security features offe...

 
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  Published: 2008-08-27, review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Elegant, business-rugged design, Fast performance, Bright display with good viewing angles, E-mail and calender access without booting Windows
  • Tiny touch buttons, Wi-Fi throughput from 50 feet slightly below average
  • HP’s aptly named new business line, EliteBook, leaves no doubt as to what caliber notebooks it offers. The 14.1-inch 6930p, the line’s flagship model, has an elegant, durable design, new security features, and thanks to Intel’s new Centr...

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  Published: 2009-07-14, review by: pcauthority.com.au

  • Its longlife 24-hour battery makes it significantly less portable, but this laptop is classy in every sense of the word. ...

 
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  Published: 2009-01-22, review by: smh.com.au

  • Abstract:  2399 Recently, sales of notebook computers outstripped desktop computers for the first time. It seems that at home, the office and school, we are increasingly seeking portability in our computers. HPs EliteBook 6930p is one such example, solid withou...

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  Published: 2008-12-08, review by: cnet.com.au

  • Good build quality, Fingerprint reader, Centrino 2, Impressive battery life, 3 year warranty, Available with 64-bit Windows and/or 8GB of RAM
  • No DVI or HDMI port, Fingerprint reader unfortunately placed, No eSATA or USB charging with power off, Average value for money
  • A solid business laptop with excellent battery life, the EliteBook 6930p wont disappoint, but there is little in this laptop to warrant the Elite label. ...

 
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  Published: 2008-11-20, review by: apcmag.com

  • Rugged design that should stand up to punishment, Full complement of expansion ports, Joy stick as well as trackpad
  • Heavy particularly with optional high capacity battery, Deafult screen settings are too dull, Insufficient keyboard travel for good tactile feedback

 
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