Product details of Core i-7 Touch Screen Hp 2760p 4GB Ram Windows 8.1- Refurb -
3 Months Warranty
Intel Core i7 Processor
High Speed Processor
Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
Intel HD Graphics 3000
RAM, two slots (one accessible)
250 GB SATA II Hard Disk
3 USB 2.0 port (one charging), VGA, 1394a, 3.5mm, SD/MMC, Express Card 3/4, Smart Card
6-cell (44 WHr) li-ion, optional slice battery
Dimensions: 11.42 x 8.35 x 1.27 inches (W x D x H)
the screen panel lid giving in slightly when pressed.Turn the EliteBook 2760p over and you’ll see a flush battery and large access panel secured with three screws, which remain attached when the panel is removed. Underneath is the hard drive, RAM slot, and the Wi-Fi and WAN card. My review unit only had one accessible RAM slot, though there is another, factory-set RAM slot under the keyboad. Access is easy (though one screw securing the hard drive case was extremely tough to budge). Those looking to upgrade shouldn’t have any issues. In addition, the attached screws are a nice touch considering they are very small and easy to lose.Ports and Features
The HP EliteBook 2760p has a similar port selection as the 2740p, which was fine in 2010, but a bit disappointing in 2011. While all the standard inputs are there, the most glaring omission is USB 3.0, which is nowhere to be found on the device.Front:Power switch, indicator lights, speakers, display release switch Display:AntennaRear:AC-power, LAN, VGA Out Display:Scroll knob, esc button, orientation button, ctrl+alt+del buttonLeft:Pen slot, fan, SD/MMC card slot, ExpressCard/34 slot, wireless switch, 1394a port, USB 2.0 charging port Right:Browser quick launch button, 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack, SmartCard reader, USB 2.0 ports x2, modem, security lock slot Display:Fingerprint scannerThere are a few features on the 2760 display, including apop-out wireless antenna extender, scroll knob for navigating and selecting items in Windows, esc button, orientation button, fingerprint scanner and a recessed ctrl+alt+del button that requires a pin or paperclip to push. Also, atop the display sits a small pop-out reading light that illuminates the keyboard. It’s a great feature for planes, and a good alternative to a backlit keyboard.The only issue present with the display features is that there is no indication on the front of the display as to the location of the fingerprint scanner. I know it’s on the right and toward the bottom, but too often I found myself swiping blindly at the panel. I suppose I could have placed a little sticker on the display myself, but it’s still a small oversight on HP’s part.That said, the fingerprint scanner was a breeze to set up and it was very responsive, often requiring one quick and correctly placed swipe to register.HP also offers a thin optical drive expansion base that seems to be the same offered for the 2740p. With it comes a VGA port, Ethernet port, eSATA, USB 2.0 x 3, DisplayPort, audio in, audio out, power connector, notebook lock slot, and an optical drive.
Specifications of Core i-7 Touch Screen Hp 2760p 4GB Ram Windows 8.1- Refurb -
Warranty Policy EN
3 Months Warranty Via Supplier Invoice
What’s in the box
1 x Laptop1 x Charger1 x Power Cable1 x Invoice1 x Warranty Slip
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