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    HP Slate 2 Tablet is No TouchPad, Runs Windows 7

    Remember the HP TouchPad? I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t. About a month after it was released, HP discontinued production of all devices running on webOS – including the TouchPad, which was struggling mightily in terms of sales. HP is reentering the tablet market with the HP Slate 2 Tablet, a follow-up to the […]

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    Ready, Set, Fire, Meg Whitman Takes Reins as HP’s CEO

    In a move that strengthens ties between the company and failed Republican politicians, HP has brought in Meg Whitman as the new CEO, replacing the recently dismissed Léo Apotheker. Whitman takes over a company that is in an extreme state of flux – before his sudden removal, Apotheker announced that HP would look into spinning […]

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    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2012 Shows Off Its Techie Couture

    New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is finally over and in between the silk, leather and studs being shown off, there were also headphones, iPad cases, and limited edition Swarovski encrusted laptops that made it to the catwalk. There was even a Project Runway reunion that took place during Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week. Check out […]

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    HP Intros New All-in-One TouchSmart and Omni PCs

    Despite the rumors that HP is abandoning their consumer PC business, HP has gone ahead and revamped their All-in-one PC line-up. This includes updates to their Omni series PCs, their TouchSmart PCs, and their TouchSmart Elite PC – which is HP’s first TouchSmart PC designed for Small businesses. The new HP Omni series includes the […]

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    HP TouchPad Review

    The HP TouchPad has been a long time coming. It was first officially announced back in February, and we even got to play around with it a bit at MWC. Well the TouchPad is finally out on the market, and it’s arrived at a time when the market is already flooded with way too many […]

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    HP Launches Slick New Desktop PCs with Beats Audio

    HP is rolling out a slew of new attractive desktop PCs, and when it comes to this new line-up there is something for everyone in terms of budget and power requirements. All of the new PCs are sporting a slick gloss black finish, lots of configuration options, and HP LinkUp technology that enables users to […]

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    HP Veer 4G Review (AT&T)

    Available exclusively from AT&T, the HP Veer is the first 4G phone to run webOS. It’s also one of the first webOS phones to come out since HP took over Palm’s smartphones. That said, the HP Veer 4G is kind of the like the Palm Pre’s younger and cuter little sister. While other smartphones are […]

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    HP Pavilion dm1z Review

    Traditionally, there has been a large gap between ‘netbook’ and ‘ultraportable’ laptops. Netbooks cost anywhere from $200 to $400 and are quite underpowered. Ultraportables generally start at $900 and cost much more than a laptop with comparable performance. As of earlier this year AMD has drastically redefined the ultraportable market by releasing their affordable AMD […]

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    HP Intros DataPass Prepaid 3G Mobile Broadband for Their Laptops

    HP has introduced their new DataPass prepaid mobile broadband service inside select laptop models that come with built-in 3G. That means that instead of having to go ahead and buy a separate prepaid 3G mobile broadband service like what is available from Virgin Mobile or T-Mobile’s prepaid mobile broadband offerings, customers who have 3G in […]

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    HP W-series EliteBook Laptops Pack in DreamColor Displays

    HP has revamped their mobile workstation laptops and this time around their workstations are looking better than ever. Their W-series has been redesigned with the “FORGE” design framework, which is all about an industrial design that includes a radial-brushed, gunmetal finish, backlit jewel logo, orange-colored accents, a chemically strengthened glass touchpad and HP DisplaySafe frame. […]

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    HP Adds New Form-Factors to Z-series Workstation PCs

    HP has taken their Z-series of workstations and freshened them up. The Z-series is made up of affordable entry-level workstation PCs which are designed ideally for those working entry-level in MCAD/AEC, video editing, education, public sector and image viewing markets. The Z series is available in 2 form factors, a convertible min-tower and a small […]

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    Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan Have a Winning Tech Week

    It has been a busy week in celebrity news with everyone’s favorite embattled stars taking it to Twitter, UStream, and a certain someone was even being exposed via security cameras. Yes, Lindsay and Charlie have had one hell of a week. One declaring that he is “winning”, while the other is just trying to prove […]

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    HP Revamps EliteBook P-Series Business Notebooks

    HP is looking to bring classy yet sassy back to the workplace with their revamped line of HP business notebooks. So long big ugly black rectangle boxes that calls themselves a ‘corporate laptop’ and hello to polished brushed aluminum or a platinum colored chassis,  aluminum-alloy hinges, cast titanium-alloy display latches and HP DisplaySafe frame.

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    HP ProBook b-series Intros a New 13.3″ Notebook

    Sometimes you can’t always lug a big hunk of laptop with you, but you still need the feature rich hardware and durability that goes hand in hand with computing in corporate environments. That’s were the HP ProBook 6360b, 6460b and 6560b come in.