Glamor Shots - HP Elitebook 2170p notebook

OK - so I'm bad at keeping secrets! Regular readers here at lgpOnTheMove will know I've had my eye on HP's 11.6" ULV Ivy Bridge notebook ever since learning about it's release in the second half of 2012. The Elitebook 2170p caters to a very specific niche, namely the sub-13" enterprise notebook user.

While it's clear 10" netbooks are done for 2013, 11.6" form-factors continue to thrive this year alongside negating all the performance drawbacks of Intel's Atom. Feel free to take a closer look as I show you around this compact and very lightweight notebook, and make sure to check back next week for the full review.

Lid closed - the aluminum finish follows larger Elitebook designs

Front - unobtrusive status LED's and a pair of angled stereo speakers

Left - Kensington lock slot, AC jack, USB3.0, vent, SmartCard, DisplayPort, combo headphone/mic jack

Right - SD card slot, power switch, USB3.0, RJ-45, VGA

Rear - lid hinges and protruding battery

Bottom - battery latches, docking connector, access panel, vent

Access panel removed - HDD, RAM, WLAN, vacant WWAN slot, CPU fan

Keyboard - full-size, chicklet-style, spill resistant and back lit with track stick

Display - 11.6" matte 1366 x 768 LED LCD

Civilization V - runs and plays great in DX10 mode on HD4000 integrated graphics

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