Many laptops have impressed us deeply. The EliteBook 8560w is one of them. A workstation laptop with a ridiculous amount of grunt, good build quality, flawless trackpad and a lust-worthy 15.7 inch, 1920 x 1080 IPS DreamColor screen and excellent performance-quality HP Laptop Battery, if you, while you To work, this is your nirvana.
If you are not inclined trackpad, it's a stick here, and to sweeten the deal, the keyboard is backlit laptop keyboard. Design is nearly discovered on a laptop of this size, with one exception: HP has the status lights on the lip, a proposal made completely useless, as it impossible to read when the laptop is being used.
Ports are reasonable, 2x USB 2.0 delivers, 1x USB 2.0 with built-in eSATA, 2x USB 3.0, FireWire 400, Gigabit Ethernet, DisplayPort, VGA, SD card reader, headphone and microphone jacks, Blu-ray drive and a 56K modem on the back for those who have no other option. Hardware is also impressive, sporting a Core i7 2820QM, 8GB RAM, a 256GB SSD by Micron and Nvidia Quadro 2000M brawny, replete with 2048MB memory. It is there a Bluetooth adapter to connect Intel's Ultimate N 6300 AGN adapter and an HSPA + enabled on 3G.
You do not need all this - if you can not afford the upper part of the series (and we would expect only a few could justify it), there are other SKUs available - dropping the DreamColor display and SSD is a significant difference is seen. Performance in benchmarks was pretty impressive, 3DMark06 and PCMark05 nailing to the wall with dozens of 11 474 and 11 382 respectively. Quadro drivers more attuned to 3D gaming and CAD design as - if you would prefer a slot machine, there are other alternatives with better performance. For the production tasks, however, are the cries of 8560w.
Laptop battery for a machine this size and performance is relatively low, since it is expected. As all power saving features turned off, set screen brightness and volume to maximum and an XviD file played back, the battery lasted one hour and 45 minutes before tip-over.