Good news if you're looking to pick up an Ultrabook in the near future. Digitimes reports that notebook makers are expected to significantly drop pricing on their first generation ultrabooks ahead of Intel's Ivy Bridge launch early in the second quarter of the year.
Blizzard Entertainment offered a powerful piece of Warcraft memorabilia for hardware enthusiasts. The company is offering signed HP Blade servers that served millions of Warcraft players, with all proceedings going to a children hospital.
Just few days into 2012, HP has recently announced their new line of consumer PCs and a notebook docking monitor that offer stylish design and superb performance. Among the products is the HP Omni27, which is the company's first 27-inch all-in-one PC.
Apart from its Folio 13 it appears that HP has a second, somewhat larger Ultrabook coming which may or may not be known as the Envy 14 Spectre. HP has released a short teaser video of something simply called the HP Spectre.
Developers who worked on WebOS have revealed that HP's rival to Apple's iPad, the TouchPad, was doomed from the start, thanks to a number of design flaws.
Intel, AMD and, at the very top, IBM, had the total performance and feature lead in high end general purpose microprocessors for a decade now. However, few 'strategic mistakes' that the US microprocessor and system vendors made a decade ago now haunt them back, as China and Japan embraced the superior technologies that the US
Hewlett Packard has finally come to a conclusion for the fate of their ailing WebOS. In the footsteps of rivaling software Android, the company have decided to make WebOS an open-source project. While developer communities are celebrating the decision, much remains to be seen if HP will carry out their commitments as promised.
With Christmas about a month away, many of us would be shopping for presents for our loved ones. So for the technology geeks, we hope this feature could give some ideas on what you may have in mind. This three-part VR-Zone Christmas Gift Guide starts with the notebook PCs this week, followed by tablets devices and mobile phones in
With various laptop manufacturers coming up with their Ultrabooks, HP has also introduced theirs, which comes in the form of Folio13, designed for prosumers. The company also announced the new HP Pavilion dm4 and dm4 Beats Edition, as well as the ENVY15 laptops.
Seeing the popularity of 3D technology, PC giant HP has recently unveiled their latest consumer portfolio which claim to offer immersive 3D experience to consumers. The HP TouchSmart 620 3D Edition PC features an intuitive and ergonomic design with active shutter 3D glasses, while the HP 2311gt 3D LCD monitor provides improved brightness and a flicker-free 3D picture.
Hewlett Packard (HP) has launched a new series of lifestyle connected printers that the company promises will enhance and redefine users' home printing experience. They are the stylish HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One printer and the HP Photosmart family of e-All-in-One printers for consumers.
Despite all the concerns about the PC industry and the general downturn once more in the economy, it looks like the PC industry is going strong, well, at least mostly so. According to the latest data from Gartner and IDC, the PC industry grew by between 3.2 and 3.6 percent in the third quarter this
Despite the recent dismissal of their CEO and appointing a new one, HP has continued to unveil their new range of products. This time, it is their new displays which include the performance series featuring LED backlit IPS panels – ZR2740w, ZR2440w, ZR2240w and ZR2040w; the HP Compaq LE2202x Essential Display and the HP Compaq
HP has introduced their new line-up of e-All-in-One printers which consist of the ENVY110, Photosmart 7510, Photosmart 5510 and Photosmart 6510, allowing users to print their documents from virtually anywhere with HP ePrint technology. The e-All-in-One printers will be available in the coming months
HP Singapore has announced their new range of All-in-one PCs which include the TouchSmart320 and TouchSmart520, Omni120 and Omni220, as well as the company's most powerful consumer PC, the HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix. On top of that, HP has also unveiled their updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptop with stylish looks, good features and performance, and boasts a
HP Singapore announced the promotion prices for their WebOS-based TouchPad tablets just a day before the COMEX Show. Needless to say, there are a lot of enthusiastic buyers who want to grab the special offer. But in the end, many were angry and disappointed when they found out the tablets have been fully redeemed even before
While HP has officially dropped their WebOS-based TouchPad tablet pricing to US$99, there was no news whether the pricing would be applied at this part of the world. Well, apparently the company has unveiled the latest pricing of the TouchPad, though there are some terms and conditions. Details inside.
So you have read the news that HP has not only discontinued development on webOS, but is also planning to spin off its entire PC business ala IBM style. While it is generally acknowledged by many that calling HP's drastic actions surprising is quite a bit of an understatement, it seems that there is one
As far as most enthusiasts are concerned, when it comes to desktop tower PCs, the only proper solution they are willing to go with is to custom-build one with off-the-shelf parts to suit their individual needs. However, it seems that the huge interest in such Do-it-yourself (DIY) PCs have not adversely affected the overall demand
Only a few days ago HP dropped the price of its webOS powered TouchPad tablets by $100 in the US and it's less than a week since the TouchPad launched in Singapore, but the company has now announced that it's going to discontinue all its webOS devices. That means no more TouchPad and no more