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Redaktion

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Review HP ProBook 6570b (B6P88EA) Notebook
« on: December 23, 2012, 23:15:32 »
Good for business. HP delivers a stable business notebook for the entry-level segment with the ProBook 6570b. For around 1050 Euros the package includes an Intel dual-core processor from the Ivy Bridge generation, a dedicated AMD graphics card and a matte 15.6 inch display with an HD+ resolution.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-HP-ProBook-6570b-B6P88EA-Notebook.86297.0.html

John

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Re: Review HP ProBook 6570b (B6P88EA) Notebook
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2013, 16:30:44 »
Hi there, I would like to disable AMD graphics and switch into Intel 4000hd, is there any possible way to fix it? Thanks, John

marcin9098

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Re: Review HP ProBook 6570b (B6P88EA) Notebook
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2013, 13:17:01 »
i've just got one.....and I have to call service, sth is wrong. The fan is at the highest speed all the time. I would expect higher quality from HP, although everywhere is printed: made in china, so I shouldn't don't expect too much :(

Jarek

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Re: Review HP ProBook 6570b (B6P88EA) Notebook
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2014, 19:06:37 »
Hi, there is one important mistake in your review! “the ProBook 6570b can also be fitted with and HDD and an mSATA connected SSD simultaneously” Sorry but ProBook does’t support mSATA HDD this slot is only for WWAN - UMTS module

Wibin

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Re: Review HP ProBook 6570b (B6P88EA) Notebook
« Reply #4 on: May 05, 2014, 16:43:03 »
My power consumption measurements (AC power draw battery removed):

Idle  6.5-7 watts = screen off
8.5 watts = screen brightness minimum
11.50 watts = screen maximum brightness

HD4000 (non-amd graphics) and 7200rpm hard-drive.

Impressive I'd say, certainly not too high. Avoid the AMD HD -version as there's really no point to it.

Also, this is one of the only models (Intel HD) that do not have pulse modulation in the led screen. Thus making it a PWM free, flicker free laptop. Both full brightness as well as reduced brightness.

Wibin

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Re: Review HP ProBook 6570b (B6P88EA) Notebook
« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2014, 22:53:20 »
Yes, very important. mSATA is NOT supported by this model. Tested myself.

 

 
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