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Review HP EliteBook 8570p-B6Q03EA-ABD Notebook
« on: October 01, 2012, 09:15:43 »
Mobile high-end. One thing is for sure: the HP EliteBook 8570p is no run-of-the-mill system designed for the masses. Rather, the system tries to appeal to the professional user and touts features such as a premium chassis, great display, long warranty, and powerful processing capabilities. We will determine how well this notebook meets the requirements of its intended target audience in our review.

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Re: Review HP EliteBook 8570p-B6Q03EA-ABD Notebook
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2012, 20:52:17 »
Switchable graphics would have been better.But from a professional point of view this laptop has done well with hd7570m.It beats nvs5400m of the lenovo t430 in all the SPECviewperf 11 benches.Now that is something to speak of.
Graphics performance is what a professional would look for including other aspects.
I think this point should have been highlighted in the conclusion.

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Re: Review HP EliteBook 8570p-B6Q03EA-ABD Notebook
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2012, 16:11:13 »
My company bought 8 laptops HP EliteBook 8570p based on this good review of the display.
The display is HORRIBLE. Blues are displayed almost as purple!!!!

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Re: Review HP EliteBook 8570p-B6Q03EA-ABD Notebook
« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2013, 00:41:58 »
Sadly they die easily. of the few hundred we have about 30 percent have lan and WIFI issues including outright failures.

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Re: Review HP EliteBook 8570p-B6Q03EA-ABD Notebook
« Reply #4 on: February 03, 2014, 17:31:31 »
To increase Touchpad active zone:
1. Control Panel
2. Mouse
3. Device Settings
4. Synaptics Luxpad
5. Settings
6. Double Click Palm Check Enhanced
7. Drag Black Resize Handles (crosshatched area) to increase touch area.
8. Click close
9. Click Apply
Default setting has the crosshatched area in the center of the touchpad. Any taps outside that area are not registered. This is setup so that palms resting on the laptop while typing won't easily engage the touchpad, but the touchpad can be turned off and on by double tapping the left upper corner if you have palm problems.

 

 
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