HP 2740p with 2 Extended Slice Batteries and 160GB SSD

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  1. robdam1001

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    1) HP Elitebook 2740P

    2) Used, Purchased directly from HP.com in May 2010

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    4) $1,249.00

    5) PayPal

    6) I'll ship via FedEx to 48 U.S. only to a verified PayPal address.

    7) "robdam1001" on ebay with 100% feedback

    8) OS: Win 7 Pro, 64 Bit, 4GB RAM, Intel i5CPU 2.53Ghz


    HP EliteBook 2740p TabletPC Intel i5 4GB 160GB SSD 12.1 | eBay

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    1 extended battery is included not two but two STANDARD batteries are included as well as 2 OEM Pens.
     
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    Price reduced to $1,149.00 delivered to 48 US.
     
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    Just to check, total package includes 2 OEM pens, 1 extended battery, and two standard batteries?

    What's the battery life on the machine and with the spare batteries?
     
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  7. III.Jg27ADLER

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    You don't mind asking you the same question you've asked another user about 8 months ago:
    "Why are you giving up on the 2740p?"
     
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