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    HP Is Back in the Smartphone Game With The Elite X3

    Ever since the Palm acquisition didn’t work out, HP has been pretty quiet on the smartphone front. It looks like they’re ready to make some noise at MWC 2016 in Barcelona with the Elite x3, a nearly 6″ smartphone with flagship specs. But, don’t think that means HP sees this as a direct competitor to […]

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    In a World of Smart Everything, Printers Have Finally Caught Up

    Where’s the hangout hotspot in your office? Are you more the classic water cooler type, or has your workplace adopted the new ways and brought in video game consoles and foosball tables? Personally, if there’s a little nook in the kitchen with a good selection of teas, that’s me sorted. Whatever gets your office up […]

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    Isaac Mizrahi Jumps On The Smartwatch Bandwagon

    Last week, we took a look at a new smartwatch HP and Titan introduced in India. Called the JUXT, that watch combined an analog watch face with a small digital display set behind the hands for displaying messages, notifications, and fitness information. JUXT was meant as a luxury option for men, but today, HP is […]

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    HP and Titan Launch JUXT, a Fancy New Luxury Smartwatch, in India

    HP is introducing an intriguing new wearable this week in partnership with luxury watchmaker Titan. JUXT takes the minimalist approach to smartwatch functionality, using just a small rectangular OLED display over a traditional analog watch face to display notifications and reminders. The result is a luxury watch that keeps its smarts under wraps, making it […]

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    HP’s Sprout Pro Brings 3D Scanning To The Classroom

    The original HP Sprout was a very different kind of all-in-one PC, thanks to an Intel RealSense camera and a built-in illuminator that could take 2D — and later 3D — scans of physical objects. That first model was aimed at enthusiasts and budding entrepreneurs looking to quickly make models and tinker with prototypes, which […]

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    The Force is Strong in HP’s Star Wars Special Edition Laptop

    We knew the Return of the Merch was going to be overwhelming ahead of the December release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but even we didn’t see this one coming. HP is getting together with Disney to create a special edition Star Wars notebook to celebrate the movie’s premiere, including design details and something […]

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    HP Envy 8 Note is a Mini Tablet with a Napoleon’s Complex

    Tablets, once billed as PC killers, have been evolving as tablet sales have leveled off after a meteoric rise out of the gate. The iPad Air is still a classic do-it-all tablet, but Android and Windows devices have increasingly become specialized as either multimedia powerhouses or mobile productivity machines. The new HP Envy 8 Note […]

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    For $2.99 a Month, You’ll Never Have to Order Printer Ink Again

    Last month, HP did something amazing — they gave us all a permanent ticket out of the ink section of your office supply sore of choice in the form of a low-cost monthly ink subscription that delivers the right ink cartridges to your door when you’re running low. It might just be bad memories from […]

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    HP’s BANG & OLUFSEN Limited Edition Laptop Screams Luxurious

    The Windows 10 launch is just a little over two weeks away, but HP isn’t quite ready for a refresh of their business-oriented EliteBook Folio 1020 notebook. That said, they will be shipping out those notebooks with Windows 10 instead of Windows 8.1 come July 29, and HP figured they’d spice things up while they […]

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    HP Bringing Full 3D Scanning to Sprout

    Late last year, HP launched Sprout, a new kind of desktop computer geared towards media professionals and engineers. Sprout uses an Intel RealSense camera to scan objects placed on a touch mat in front of the display — users can then manipulate what they just scanned using touch controls on the mat. What HP didn’t […]

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    HP Elitebook Folio 1020 G1 Review

    When we first unboxed HP’s Elitebook Folio 1020 G1, all we could think was, since when are enterprise-laptops this sexy? Of-course, the 1020’s design is reminiscent of the MacBook Pro, but it’s also a lot thinner and lighter than the Pro, and it really is HP’s answer to the MacBook Air. To that effect, the […]

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    Latest HP Pavilion All-in-One Will Come with Edge-to-Edge Display

    After announcing a new line of 2-in-1 devices not too long ago, HP is rounding out their mid-year product lineup with some not-so-mobile machines, including a new all-in-one PC and some high-powered tower PCs that can be paired with a new 4k monitor. The new HP Pavilion All-in-One will come in 21.5″, 23″ and 27″ […]

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    Win the HP EliteDesk 800 G1 Mini PC!

    Despite what others may say, size does matter. And that is exactly what makes the HP EliteDesk 800 G1 Desktop PC so unique – and that is that it is so tiny! But not only is it tiny, it’s also mighty. You can check out our full review of the HP EliteDesk 800 G1 desktop here. But we […]

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    HP EliteDesk 800 G1 Desktop Mini Review

    Space comes at a premium in big and small businesses alike, so it’s hard to turn down a chance to go small, especially when you don’t need to sacrifice functionality to get there. That’s what the new wave of small PCs are offering—desktop-level power stuffed into a tiny space-saving box. The HP EliteDesk 800 G1 […]

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    HP Pro Slate is a Giant HTC One with a Stylus, and We Approve

    HP has been making a concerted effort toward cornering the enterprise hardware market, going so far as to plan on spinning off their business-oriented unit into a separate company. We’ve seen some impressive business laptops come out of that focused effort, including the EliteBook Folio 1040, but mastering the tablet has been much more difficult, […]

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    HP’s $199 Stream Laptops aren’t Just Cheap, They’re Also Super Cute

    The days of the Chromebook cornering the market on super-cheap laptops seem to be over. The new HP Stream Laptops run Windows 8, are very light, look fantastic, and, best of all, can be had for under $300. How are they that cheap? It’s not too different from how costs are kept down for Chromebooks—the […]

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    Inside HP Labs of Destruction!

    When Hewlett Packard invites a team of tech journalists out to Houston to look at their laboratories there are a few things you expect. Scientists with Christopher Lloyd’s demeanor and pristine lab coats for one, but once you get to HP’s behemoth campus in North Houston you realize that the HP labs are far bigger […]