HP's new consumer machines aren't the only ones being introduced today; the company is also revealing a few new business machines, but as is the case with other EliteBook
machines, these are also fully capable of doling out a little fun after-hours.
The company has forged ahead with their FORGE design framework, by refreshing the ProBook m-series and EliteBook p-series models. The ProBook 5330m has been rumored, and it's now official. At under 1" thick, it features a dual-tone color scheme, brushed aluminum chassis, and a backlit keyboard. It's HP's first business notebook to offer Beats Audio, too.
Moving along, the 3.68lb. EliteBook 2560p has a 12.5" HD display, new Intel CPU, and it's said to be the only ultraportable like this in the industry with an integrated optical drive. There's also the EliteBook 2760p, a 12.1" convertible tablet that can also be equipped with a second-gen Core i7 or i5 dual-core processor. They also feature full-size 7,200RPM HDDs and SSDs.
As for pricing? The ProBook 5330m starts at $799; the EliteBook 2560p starts at $1099, and the EliteBook 2760p at $1499.