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Impressively thin and light, the HP EliteBook 840 empowers users to create, connect, and collaborate, using enterprise-class performance technology that helps keep you productive in and out of the office. Ideal for mobile professionals needing best-in-class,business rugged notebooks with enhanced system and graphic performance in a managed-IT environment

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Product Series

840 G3

Processor & Chipset
Processor Manufacturer


Processor Manufacturer


Processor & Chipset
Processor Type

Core i5

Processor Generation

6th Gen

Processor Type

Core i5

Processor & Chipset
Processor Model


Processor Generation

6th Gen

Processor Model


Processor & Chipset
Processor Speed

2. 30 GHz

Processor Speed

2.30 GHz

Processor & Chipset
Processor Core

Dual-core (2 Core)

Processor Core

Dual-core (2 Core)

Standard Memory

4 GB

Total Installed System Memory

4 GB

Memory Technology


System Memory Technology


Drive Type


Hard Drive Capacity

500 GB

Total Hard Drive Capacity

500 GB

Optical Drive Type


Display & Graphics
Screen Size


Display Screen Type


Screen Resolution

1366 x 768

Graphics Controller Manufacturer


Graphics Controller Model

HD Graphics 520

Graphics Memory Technology


Graphics Memory Accessibility


Network & Communication
Wireless LAN


Wireless LAN Standard

IEEE 802. 11a/b/g/n/ac

Ethernet Technology

Gigabit Ethernet



Total Number of USB Ports


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Network (RJ-45)




Operating System
Operating System Platform


Operating System

Windows 7 Professional

Upgradable Operating System

Windows 10 Pro

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Operating System Architecture


Operating System Platform


Operating System

Windows 7 Professional

Upgradable Operating System

Windows 10 Pro

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Operating System Architecture


Input Devices
Keyboard Localization


Keyboard Backlight


Battery Information
Number of Cells


Maximum Battery Run Time

13. 50 Hours

Power Description
Input Voltage
  • 120 V AC
  • 230 V AC
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Weight (Approximate)

5 lb

Package Contents
  • EliteBook 840 G3 Notebook
  • Lithium Ion Battery
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Spiciest Positive Review

“this is the new type of laptop. the battery is quite good , it has very good
weight , good for bussiness”
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Overall Rating

Recommends this product

Jan 31, 2018

Good all around laptop

Probably the best mainstream business laptop you can buy. Build quality and reliability is very good for the price point. Performance is quite good on the SSD equipped models.

What are the pros?

Great warranty service, but then I always buy the Care Pack extended service plan.

What are the cons?

Graphics performance isn’t amazing so not well suited for some power users.

While they tolerate drops pretty well, they do so signs of abuse fairly quickly.

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Overall Rating

Recommends this product

Sep 27, 2017

Spiceworks Demo Program Review

After a couple of weeks of use, the one-word summary that comes to mind to describe this laptop is “smooth”.

What are the pros?

The laptop came packed in a cardboard box labeled 6 lbs along with a dongle-thing for ethernet and VGA video, a two-piece power brick and cord, DVDs for Win10 and HP utilities, and a QuickStart Guide. Pulling it out, the QuickStart Guide said to first charge it so I left it charging up overnight.

First Impressions

The EliteBook is a sleek machine in an aluminum case, a combination of thin and light resulting in a dense package that makes you feel like you actually got something for your money. It’s about the weight of a couple of books in the backpack but makes a solid clunk when slung under the table that reminds you that you have your laptop. I’m not sure that it’s boss-proof — a chunk of granite would be boss-proof if he wouldn’t carry it in the same bag as the laptop — but it seems to be sturdy enough that you can worry about your work without worrying about the laptop.

The laptop boots up to What? Windows 7, 64-bit? However, it comes with DVDs for Win 10 and utilities. With a minor amount of aggravation I discovered that Microsoft’s downloadable CDRom utility doesn’t run on 64-bit Windows; WinCDEMU was an adequate substitute, though I didn’t have a chance to try it on a Music CD. It occurred to me later that HP may have included a utility to mount CDs, but it wasn’t mentioned in the QuickStart Guide. The laptop does come with some HP utilities and programs, and it would have been interesting to read a printed list and description of those to read as the computer first booted up. Some kind of communications manager seems to crash all the time, but that doesn’t seem to affect connectivity.

With only a limited time to review the laptop, and having already spent way too much of my limited lifetime installing Windows on laptops, I decided to just use Windows 7 for the review. In doing so, I found that Win 7 works really well on Win 10 hardware.

Before the laptop gets to Windows, it flashes a Linux Bootloader and then stops at a fingerprint reader. I’ve never had any of those work before, and this one didn’t either. Swipe, swipe, swipe forever to finally get the fingerprints registered, then occasionally it would even work to log me in. While the registration process only shows a progress bar as it enrolls your print, the usage process shows an enlarged image of the fingerprint as it’s being scanned. During the (attempted) usage scans, I noticed that my fingerprints don’t look like fingerprints any more after numerous amateur construction projects and cooking experiments.

I tried reenrolling the fingerprints from my left hand, and that went much more smoothly and was convenient to use because I didn’t have to line up my hands on the keyboard to type the password. I also found it an efficent way to jump into admin mode just by swiping a different finger — the reader program program seems to be smart enough to “fingure out” the username from the passfinger.

HP was probably thinking that it should put the fingerprint reader on the right side of the keyboard because most people are right-handed, but that actually might be a good reason to put it on the left side instead.

The Keyboard

I absolutely love this keyboard. Sometimes I pound on the keyboard, and the keys make a satisfying, muffled thunk as I do so. I tend to be a fast but sloppy typist. Fast: while it takes more than brushing the keys to depress them, the travel distance is short. Sloppy: the one key that I never seem to miss is the backspace key. However, I also tend to miss the spacebar while typing, and I have the same problem on this keyboard too — raising the spacebar would probably damage the screen over time — maybe I should just learn to type better. Overall, this keyboard inspires me to return to the Typing Tutor rather than coercing me to do so.

The keyboard also lights up, which is a great feature for anybody who shares a bedroom with a desk and a roommate. The web site says that it also has a drainage feature, though I don’t see where a liquid would drain out of the laptop case. Perhaps for small spills — the drainage feature doesn’t seem to be rated for volume, and I get the impression that I’m supposed to test the laptop, not the warranty.

It’s standard now to connect auxillary keyboards, mice, and monitors to laptops, essentially turning them into desktops. However, I’m tempted to use the laptop to remote into my desktop just to use the keyboard. With the rest of the laptop as a heavy base, it doesn’t slide around like a regualar keyboard, either.

The Touchpad

The large touchpad works well for general web browsing, with single-finger taps and two-finger scrolling. Dragging is a bit of a drag, though that might just take more practice and experimentation. I also haven’t found a use for pinch-zoom in Windows 7.

The touchpad has its own page inside the mouse configuration app in control panel with several features, but for the most part the defaults work well. There is an option to “disable the touchpad when an external mouse is connected”, but I found that I didn’t need that feature for the typing tutor when I extended the “disable taps while typing feature” to a longer timeout.

However, typing this review in Word was another story, with the mouse jumping all over the screen. I finally noticed the little yellow light to “double-tap to temporarily disable mouse” that returned the laptop to usability, though I didn’t have enought time to work with it to see if I could get by without a mouse. The little yellow light is in the upper left hand corner of the touchpad and I felt like it should be in the upper right corner of the touch pad though, again, I didn’t spend enough time with it to become proficient either way (or with the drag feature).

I’ve never had a laptop that didn’t need an auxiliary mouse for all day usage, and this one is no different. However, it’s apparent that HP is really trying with this one. The features to disable taps while typing and double-tap the corner to dis/re-enable are both useful. Even so, I’m not going to set any new records in FreeCell without a mouse.

The Screen

The screen is plenty wide enough for casual web browsing; documents and spreadsheets look normal. However, it’s a little short, and some web content loads “below the fold” expected by the web designer. That’s the web designers’ problem: a larger screen would be heavier and wouldn’t fit as well in the backpack.

The initial Win7 resolution is 1024 x 768, which is a little fuzzy and reminds me to get a new pair of glasses. After updating Win7, the screen switches to full 1920 x 1080 HD, which is wonderful but makes every thing too small to see. I found myself zooming applications to near full screen size and zooming the contents within the applications. That worked well, with clear, readable text.

The Fn key brightness adjustment works well. Viewing angles for general usage and for sharing with an onlooker are fine. The laptop has a whole GB of video ram, which would be adequate for PhotoShop 3D. It works fine for Office 365.

Hard Disk

It’s got a 180 GB SSD! It could be larger, and I had to expand the client side cache to sync all mywork files, but at least it’s fast. The Windows 7 Experience Index shows that the bottle neck is the video subsystem for gaming rather than the HDD, which is the first time I’ve ever seen the WinExpIndex show anything other than the HDD as the limiting component in the computer.

DVD Drive

There isn’t one.


Without a DVD drive, the audio doesn’t seem to matter all that much. Additionally, I don’t have much of an ear for music so I probably shouldn’t be reviewing audio anyways. I can hear it, the volume is adequate and the Fn keys work to mute/unmute the sound and adjust the volume. TYou mena hat’s about the extent of my expertise for the audio subsystem.

Overall Specs

The only real caveat on the specifications is that the RAM (choice of 8GB or 16GB) is soldered to the motherboard – basically you need to upgrade before you buy or live with what you bought. The full specs are at: https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-elitebook-1040-g3-notebook-pc/8654820/document/c04936028


We tend to think of computer upgrades as being ho-hum incremental — they get smaller, they get faster, desktop monitors double in both size and number, but the OS and the programs and the websites keep getting bigger and slower too, so it all pretty much balances out. We tend to forget about our struggles with Win 3.1 and romanticize our accomplishments in DOS. Along the way, we’ve abandoned $50 mice and $100 keyboards and learned to avoid $5 mice and $10 keyboards, and have come to either appreciate or embrace incremental improvements.

The EliteBook is definitely an incremental upgrade to be appreciated — it’s the nicest laptop I’ve ever had the pleasure of using. However, with a $1300 base price, it’s a laptop that needs to be embraced, not merely appreciated.

I also can’t help but have a little bit of sympathy for the HP Tech Support Person who gets a call to help somebody upgrade this computer from Win7 to Win10 out-of-the-box.

EliteBooks are probably best for users with corporate budgets to pay for them and IT Departments that can image the computer to get it setup. Win7 isn’t scheduled to be EOLed January 2020 and so either Win7 or Win10 should work fine.

After a couple of weeks of use, the one-word summary that comes to mind to describe this laptop is “smooth”. Web pages two-finger scrolled up and down well — both the screen appearance and the mouse feel were very smooth. The keys on the keyboard work effortlessly with a very short travel distance, and no hang or bounce at the bottom of the keystroke. Word 365 has an annoying feature to draw letters pixel-column by pixel-column across the page as they are type that turned out to be absolutely maddening because there was no way that I overtype it, even on short bursts of easy letter combinations. Smooth.

What are the cons?

Overall Specs

The only real caveat on the specifications is that the RAM (choice of 8GB or 16GB) is soldered to the motherboard – basically you need to upgrade before you buy or live with what you bought.

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Mar 01, 2017

this is the new type of laptop. the battery is quite good , it has very good

weight , good for bussiness

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It’s amazing, it works how I want it to work, but I do have a problem, whenever I try to update the computer, it crashes and says my pc ran into a problem, I let it do its thing, and it crashes again. But it doesn’t bother me as much as I thought it would. Other than that, this pc has been doing extremely well so far.

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I think the quality of the item was in alignment with “very good” which was the listed condition. My only issues are that I’m not able to use the fingerprint login method due to the bar not being able to fully read my fingerprint and I also haven’t been able to find a method of connection that works to extend my display to my monitor. I’ve tried USB, USB-C, and HDMI connections through an adapter (this model does not have an HDMI port) and nothing has worked but I know the ports are operational. All good other than that.

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Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2023

Our company uses yours a lot for phones and iPads, so I knew I could trust your company. Was not disappointed and the wife love her laptop.

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Video system : Intel HD Graphics 520

Display : 14″ 1920×1080 Full HD

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