HP is preparing to roll out one of the most budget-minded 10-inch Windows 8.1 tablets around, the Omni 10. Available on pre-orders already for $400, the slate should start shipping any day now.
It’s natural to want more for less out of a mini-laptop (or any kind of electronic device, for that matter), but if less for less sounds like something you’d be interested in, HP’s new Google OS-powered Chromebook “for everyone” will deliver.
Just because we chose to put HP’s new Android-based Slate lineup and the Windows 8.1-powered Omni 10 tab in the limelight first a few hours ago, that doesn’t mean the number one PC maker in the world doesn’t have an extra few aces up its sleeve for the holiday season.
HP might not be planning a dive in the smartphone ocean… just yet, but as far as its tablet business is concerned, you can expect a lot of movement over the next few months. With emphasis on “a lot”.
Following Microsoft’s strategic decision to acquire Nokia’s smartphone business on the cheap, it was widely believed that Redmond would try to identify the Windows Phone brand with the once mighty handset manufacturer and neglect some of its other partners.
And just like that, Chromebooks and Chromeboxes have become mainstream. I presume, since Google and Intel have earlier today unveiled four, count’em four new Chrome OS-based computing machines, including two manufactured by newcomers Toshiba and Asus.
Despite dominating the PC manufacturer ranks for the sixth year in a row in 2012, HP is certainly not doing as well as it did back in the day. And I’m talking both financially and creatively, with the company’s recent laptops, desktops and everything in between looking just plain boring.
The so-called hybrid devices that combine the portability of a tablet with the functionality of a laptop have never taken off as pundits predicted, mostly because… well, they’ve been painfully pricey. But not the HP SlateBook x2.
The fading PC market is forcing Hewlett Packard (HP) to transition into mobility, and so far the company has targeted mainly tablets. With little success in the tablet department, it seems like HP may also integrate smartphones into its strategy.
Hot on the wheels of the first Tegra 4 product launched in the market is HP’s new Slate 21, a 21.5-inch All-In-One running on Android OS and powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 SoC.
Min-Liang Tan has come out to say he’s not happy with where PC is going, especially with Windows, HP and Dell
After working for Silver Lake on a deal to buy out Dell, Todd Morgenfeld has now left the company to work for one of Dell’s rivals, HP.
Samsung sales have been exploding worldwide, but the latest news out of Finland is remarkable to say the least. The South Korea-based Samsung Electronics has officially outsold Nokia in their home turf during the first quarter of 2013, which is the first for any electronics maker. Now Samsung says they will be opening up a
With the impending lanch of Intel's next generation Haswell platform, PC makers are busy prepping their products with which they hope to woo us consumers. Well, this HP laptop certainly has with its ultra high resolution display.
The HP Envy Rove 20 is the latest attempt at creating a niche for ginormous 20-inch or above tablets. This particular device is marketed as a tablet/all-in-one PC hybrid, but sadly it's not competitive from any of the two standpoints.
HP has announced two transformer like tablet/laptop hybrids, one running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean while the other is loaded with Microsoft's Windows 8.
LG just recently acquired Hewlett Packard’s WebOS and says they will be using it in their new line of smart TVs. LG will be the second such company to try and make something consumers will like with the operating system.
Security researchers from Columbia University have alleged that HP is selling printers with a vital loophole that allows hackers with malicious intentions to control them.
Intel Clover Trail Atom tablets can do one thing that the ARM based Windows RT tablets can't – load and run regular x86 applications. How does the HP Envy x2 fair as an all-day computing device?
After a whirlwind of chaos surround the company's executive suite Hewlett-Packard (HP) brought eBay ex-CEO Meg Whitman to try and turn the company around. While Wall Street is still waiting there is some serious talk of the company looking to unload assets and businesses that aren't performing up to expectations.