HP’s EliteBook 2760 tablet hits the FCC with global 3G capabilities
HP’s latest Windows 7 tablet, the EliteBook 2760p, made an appearance on the FCC this week thanks to a filing by Sierra Wireless. The tablet won approval for quad-band GSM capabilities, CDMA/EvDO 850, 1900, and WCDMA bands II, V and IV. That essentially means that the EliteBook 2760p will have worldwide wireless data capabilities.
External photos of the device show 3 USB ports, an SD card slot, what appears to be a Firewire port, VGA out, and Ethernet port. You can also see the device’s stylus storage slot, as well as what appears to be a docking port. Thanks to previous leaks, we also know that the EliteBook 2760p will feature a 12.1-inch touchscreen, Intel Sandy Bridge i5 or i7 processors, and integrated Intel HD3000 graphics.
We still don’t have a firm release date for the EliteBook 2760p, but the device recently appeared for sale on HP’s site before being pulled. According to the same site, we expect the device to cost between $1,500 and $1,850, depending on configuration
Check out a few more images of the EliteBook 2760p from FCC filings, below.