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HP EliteBook 8440p 14.1" Notebook with Intel Core i7 Dual-Core Processor and Windows 7 Professional (Refurbished). Free Returns.

HP EliteBook 14.1" Notebook PC

$1,399
No Longer Available

Highlights

An Intel Core i7 dual-core processor keeps this Windows 7 Professional notebook working quickly and smoothly, even while multitasking

Product Details

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HP 14.1" EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC

HP's EliteBook is ready for work or play. Its Intel dual-core i7 processor can keep up with multiple running programs at once, which is great for multitasking between playing games and browsing funny Internet videos or working on expense reports and browsing funny Internet videos. The built-in webcam is ready for video chatting or filming clips. The laptop runs Windows 7 Professional, which CNET called "stable, smooth, and highly polished."

  • Product number: 8440p
  • 14.1" antiglare, LED-backlit display
  • 1366x768 resolution
  • Intel Core i7 2.66GHz dual-core processor
  • 250GB hard drive
  • 4GB memory (expandable to 8GB)
  • Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)
  • 2MP webcam
  • DVD Super Multi burner
  • Condition: refurbished
  • 90-day warranty from ChanX
  • Full specifications


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The Fine Print

Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. 3rd party refurbished. 90 day warranty from ChanX. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. How is the strike-through price determined?