Yet unannounced HP EliteBook 2560p and 2760p appear on HP's webstore
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HP’s latest EliteBook duo was previously spotted in a couple of PDF’s, but the company has yet to officially announce the notebooks. However, the two notebooks have just popped up at HP.com and are available in several different configurations.
First up, the normal EliteBook 2560p notebook is available in 3 different models. All versions come with a 12.5” screen with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels along with Integrated Intel HD 3000 Graphics. The main difference between the models seems to be processing power and storage options, as the laptops can be outfitted with up to a 160GB SSD and either a Core i5-2410M, a Core i5-2520M or a Core i5-2540M processor. Interestingly, the 2.5GHz 2520M configuration is listed at $2,379 while the 2.6GHz 2540M model with similar specs is listed at $1,799.
As for the tablet-convertible 2760p laptop, HP is currently showing only 3 configurations online. The 12.1” notebook comes with a 1280x800 pixel resolution along with Pen and Touch support. Otherwise, the 2760p also comes with the same 3 processor models as the 2560p, but there doesn’t appear to be an SSD option. All three models come with 4GB of RAM, Integrated Graphics and range from $1,499 to $2,199.
Sadly, upon attempting to add any of these notebooks to your cart, nothing seems to happen and so we’re led to believe that HP is still in the process of fixing things up ahead of an official launch. Furthermore, Engadget spotted an FCC listing for the EliteBook 2760p and managed to snag the following pictures.