Bán Laptop HP Elitebook 2560P - bán HP 2560P 12in I5-2520M, Ram 4G, HDD 250G, VGA Intel HD 3000. Giá bán HP 2560P 3.95 triệu.
Bán Laptop HP Elitebook 2560P 12 inch
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Bộ Xử Lý: Processor: Intel Intel Core i5-2520M Processor 2x2.3Ghz (3M Cache, up to 3.00 GHz I 4 Threads).
Chipset: Mobile Intel HM65 Express.
Bộ nhớ RAM: 4GB DDR3 1333MHz ( Hỗ trợ tối đa 16GB )
Ổ cứng: Seagate Momentus 5400.6 ST9500325AS 250GB 5400 RPM 8MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s 2.5" Internal Notebook Hard Drive Bare Drive.
Đồ Họa: Intel HD Graphics 3000 share ram lên đến 1.7GB.
Màn Hình: 12.5 inch, LED Backlit độ phân giải 1366x768 pixels ( HD ).
Đĩa Quang: DVD+/-RW.
Kích Thước và Trọng Lượng: 1.8kg
Tình trạng hàng hóa: Laptop nhập khẩu từ USA, còn mới 90%, nguyên zin 100%
Âm Thanh Kênh âm thanh: 2.1
Công nghệ: Intel High Definition Audio
Tính Năng Mở Rộng & Cổng Giao Tiếp: 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x HDMI, 1 x eSata, 1 x VGA
4 in1 Card Reader, 1 x RJ45 (LAN - Ethernet), Jack cắm micro, headphone.
Giao Tiếp Mạng LAN: 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector); Chuẩn Wifi: 802.11b/g/n.
Bluetooth V4.0+HS (Optional).
Giá bán HP 2560P 12in: 3.950.000 VND - BH 3 tháng
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The average brightness of the 12.5 inch model lies at 151 cd/m² which issurprisingly low. We have not seen such low brightness in a notebook for years. In contrast, the predecessor (2540p) had 195 cd/m². Of course, this brightness is enough for indoors use at the office but the laptop does not stand a chance outdoors in the sunlight. We took our photos while there was some cloud cover so the display is still clearly legible.
A perfect outdoors companion needs a brightness level between 240 to 300 cd/m². The battery mode makes matters worse as the brightness falls further to around 128 cd/m² (measurement from the middle of the screen). The light sensor of the notebook was off for our measurements and the outdoors pictures. We deactivated the senor in the BIOS to check our brightness measurements but the end result was the same.
The sensor is seated next to the webcam. The sensor regulates the brightnessdepending on the brightness of the room. This is good as this saves some power. Still, the sensor is unnecessary as the typical room brightness is 100 cd/m² and the maximum brightness of the display of 151 cd/m² is a very small span.
The Core i7-2620M (2.7 GHz) is the best CPU the EliteBook 2560p can support. We picked a cheaper alternative, the i5 2410M (2.3 GHz). This Sandy Bridge generation processor can be easily overclocked up to 2.9 GHz using the Turbo technology. The latest Turbo 2.0 can push the CPU even further depending on the temperature (Dynamic Range @ Turbo Frequency Limits).
The HD Graphics 3000 graphics chip is integrated into the CPU and is responsible for displaying all the graphics. There are two RAM slots in the laptop, and one is occupied by a 2,048 MB module, while the other remains free. The BIOS of the notebook is the control center from which the user can configure a variety of features and functions, such as, the webcam, LAN card, Multi CPU on/off, Hyper Threading on/off or special functions (USB Charge off, when % capacity). Very few other manufacturers give the user such extensive control over their device.
So which CPU does the user need? Is a 2410M (2.3GHz - in our test model) enough or is a faster Core i7-2620M (2x 2.70GHz) needed? The Cinebench R10 Single 32bit benchmark gave a clear answer: 3,662 points vs. 4,350 points. The difference of 15% is very small.
Single core calculations are less relevant for everyday use. For everyday use, multi-threading with high clock frequency is more important. The 2410M scores8,017 points in the Cinebench R10 Multi. On the other hand, the 2620M scored up to 9,450 points in our other test models. Once again, the difference is a mere 15%. In short: the 2410M is more than enough for everyday use.
Interesting: the CPU benchmarks showed the same scores on almost all the 2410M systems. This is the first indication that the 12.5 inch model does not suffer from CPU throttling under heavy load.
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|PCMark 7 Score||
|3DMark 06 Standard||
The integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000 is not suited for demanding games.Risen does run on the laptop but at a resolution of 800x600 pixels. Call of Duty Black Ops freezes a few times and is no fun at low details. Users who are looking for subnotebooks with gaming power should consider the Vaio SA2Z9E/Bwith Radeon HD 6630M graphics.
|Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010)||26||18||fps|
Less demanding tasks are accomplished by the laptop relatively quietly at 34 dB(A) (the cooler fan runs at a lower speed). As usual, HP offers a "Fan always on while AC" option in the BIOS. Deactivating this option will lead to the fan switching off temporarily while the laptop is idle (30.5 dB(A)). The only emission in this state is from the hard disk. Thankfully, the storage device does not drone like the 7200 rpm hard disks in the 2010 ProBooks and EliteBooks. The read and write activity of the hard disk is barely audible. A slight clattering noise can be heard with one ear on the notebook: 31.4 dB(A).
The demanding life of a power user can cause the cooling system to turn up to 45 dB(A). At this level, the noise is clearly audible. We could not reach this level with modest load (3DMark2006, 39 dB(A)). A stress test with the Furmark (grapchis load) and Prime95 pushed the laptop to this level. The Prime95 benchmark forces the Core i5 2410M to run all threads at 100%. One upside is that the cooling system is constantly on and does not turn up and down.
30.5 / 33.8 / 33.8 dB(A)
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||39.7 / 45.4 dB(A)|
min: , med: , max: Voltcraft sl-320 (15 cm distance)
Despite 35 W TDP of the CPU, the laptop is no fan heater. HP shows us how the perfect cooling system for a notebook should look like. The temperatures remainlow, even under load. The temperatures in the stress test are not much higher than in the idle stat. The balanced distribution when the laptop is idle is exceptional.
The small notebook consumes very little power. The predecessor (EliteBook 2540p - Core i7-640LM) consumed slightly less. The lowest idle power consumption is 9 watts (2540p: 7.6 W). The maximum idle consumption is 12.9 W (2540p: 12.4 W). In this mode, everything that consumes power is activated (wireless, highest brightness, high performance mode).
The laptop consumes around 48.2 W (2540p: 46.1 W) when the i5 2410M is running with full load and the integrated Intel HD 3000 is busy with the Furmark benchmark. So it is no surprise that the laptop battery lasts around 1 hour and 32 minutes under load (not stress test, BatteryEater Classic). The small 65 W power adapter is well-dimensioned and heats up to a maximum of 48 degrees when in use.
|Off / Standby||0.2 / 0.3 Watt|
9 / 10.9 / 12.9 Watt
32.7 / 48.2 Watt
|Key: min: , med: , max: Voltcraft VC 960|
|Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)||
|Load (maximum brightness)||
The HP EliteBook 2560p (version LG666EA) will not get the same great rating from us its predecessor, the 2540p, got. The main reason for this decision is the low TFT brightness. This is especially a problem in battery mode, when the brightness falls further and can even exhaust the user. Users will be frustrated with a brightness of 128 cd/m² (battery mode; sensor off) during daylight hours. With this brightness level, even the decent anti-glare display suffers and can only display a dark desktop.While plugged in, this issue persists although the brightness rises to 151 cd/m².
We do not understand why the competition has better displays, especially theThinkpad X220 which is in the same price range, has an attractive IPS display and scores extremely well in this area.
However, the weak display rating is not enough to sink the ship. The very good, even excellent, workmanship, sturdiness, and input devices, including the trackpoint, are all huge positives. Another pro is that the laptop also stays cool all the time.
We really liked how HP dealt with the Turbo Boost throttling problem. This uglyproblem never turned up during our tests. This is a good sign, as the EliteBook 8460p had massive throttling issues, and this indicates that HP is learning from its mistakes. In addition, the laptop offers a multitude of ports and interfaces, like a docking port interface, a SmartCard reader (chip reader), etc. All of which offer extensive connectivity for the user and should open a few doors for them. The battery run times of up to 6:39 hours is exceptional for a subnotebook without a "Low Voltage" processor (here 35 W).
The program performance is good thanks to the Core i5 2410M (2.3 GHz) and the 7200 rpm hard disk. This performance should suffice for most business and private applications (except for games). The predecessor”s slow 1.8 inch model has been replaced by a standard 2.5 inch hard disk. The hike in the price when a Core i7-2620M is picked (2.70GHz, also dual-core), is not justifiable unless the user really needs every second of processing power or he/she is looking for more advanced features such as (Virtualisation). The SSD LG669EA model (128 GB) is really attractive, as, although we do not yet know which SSD HP has picked for the laptop, we can conclude from our past experience with laptops equipped with SSDs, that the 2560p program performance will shoot through the roof with an SSD installed.
If the dark TFT which prevents outdoors use is not a deal-breaker, then the 2560p can be (almost) called a perfect companion for the demanding business user. The pricing of the 2560p is another pro, as the consumer will be happy to know that the 12 inch 2540p from 2010 cost 1,370 Euros in its basic configuration, while the manufacturer now requests 1,000 Euros. The premium SSD model of 2010 cost 2,048 Euros. This price has dropped down to around 1,500 Euros now.