From the outside, the HP EliteBook 8440p is practically identical to its workstation sibling, the EliteBook 8440w. Inside, however, are features more suited to on-the-go executives rather than graphic designers. Gone are the discrete graphics of the workstation, but in exchange, users get about 4.5 hours of battery life. (And you can always upgrade to an eight-cell battery for more juice.)
With a 14-inch screen and starting weight of 4.7 pounds, the EliteBook makes no pretension of ultra-portability, but manages to carry down many features from much larger notebooks. Chief among them: A full array of Intel Core i5 and even some i7 processors, which give the EliteBook power ranging from refined to almost brutish. Consumers also get their pick of Intel integrated graphics, or Nvidia’s NVS 3100.
The upgrade bay can make you add a second hdd with the 2nd hdd caddy for hp elitebook 8440p.