HP is rolling out its new business notebook lineup and one of them is a convertible tablet. The main change from its predecessor is the option to get the latest Intel Core processors in standard voltage (i5 and i7) instead of only low power, fulfilling customers ‘ desire for better performances. This bulky tablet (3.8 lbs) boasts a 12.1 inch multitouch LED display with optional anti-glare, 5 hours of battery life with the six-cell, or 11 hours of juice if you choose the optional HP 2700 Ultra-Slim Battery ( see photo gallery). In case you prefer to use the low power processor, you can get an optical drive or a secondary hard drive in the package. An optional travel base is also available (see picture in the gallery) the HP 2740 Ultra-Slim Expansion Base supports DispalyPort, an eSata port and includes a DVD+/-RW drive. The HP EliteBook 2740p will be available in April, pricing starts at $1,.599, the Expansion Base will cost $299.