HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop pictures

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HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop

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  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop
  • HP ProBook 4510s-NX613EA - 15.6in Business Laptop

xenos

October 11, 2009, 3:50 am

Great great.. SCREEN RESOLUTION! WHY! Half way there with the matte finish but you just had to kill it didn't you HP.





A 7200rpm drive would make this a lot more usable too. I love the num pad though and the finish generally. Good effort.

farki80

October 11, 2009, 4:16 am

Wait, this has no pointing stick and HP calls this a business laptop? Well at least the Elitebook still has them.

Tim Rice

October 11, 2009, 10:21 am

Why 16:9 on a business laptop? I find 16:10 an essential feature for work productivity (as well as a matte screen). Even so, it would be great to see a review of the ProBook 4710 which at least gives a usable 1600 x 900.

Buddy Dingleberry

April 30, 2015, 2:21 pm

I am still using my 4510s and it is still serving me very well. I've had to replace the battery and I swapped the HDD out with an SSD. It treats me well. I do wish it had a TPM option though and with WIn7 on it I don't have full access to my hardware; the wired NIC and webcam refuse to work. I can't remember if it is a driver issue or a PCI Interrupt issue, I gave up on those a long while back but I rarely have need of them anyway.

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