HP has launched their voluntary battery recall and free replacement program in May 2009, and today, the company has announced the expansion of their program which include additional battery packs and notebook model series. Read on for more details.
Looks like it is not just our television sets that are getting thinner today; apparently, consumerism has dictated that OEMs start shifting their efforts from producing the typical robust monitors for PCs into stylish devices with dimensions and looks which will make any non-tech savvy consumer swoon over. And the latest entry to this is
HP has announced their new lineup of Pavilion consumer desktop PCs which include the p7 series, Slimline s5 series and HPE h8 series. The new desktop PCs are scheduled to be available this month and June.
HP is preparing to release the Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse, promising users an "ultimate mobile experience". The compact mouse features a 1600 CPI laser sensor, a 9 month battery life, and connects to the PC via an integrated 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi module (no USB dongle required).
HP Singapore had unveiled the new TouchSmart 610 all-in-one PC in March, and we at VR-Zone managed to get one in for review. So is this all-in-one PC as good as other full desktop systems? Read on.
HP has introduced their new laptops and convertible ProBook 5330m, the EliteBook 2560p and 2760p, and ENVY14 Beats edition notebook PC. The new mobile computers will be available from mid May to June.
Do the words 'Music Matters' ring a bell? If it does, chances are you will have much to look forward to come 26 – 28 May this year. An Asia Pacific's pioneer music industry event has been confirmed to be heading down to Clarke Quay at sunny Singapore to "bring digital entertainment, music and live
HP reiterated that it will continue the development and innovation of Itanium-based Integrity server platforms and will continue to support customers running existing versions of Oracle software on Itanium-based Integrity servers, both existing and future platforms. This latest Oracle action of disinformation is clearly an attempt to force customers into purchasing Sun servers in a desperate
Today, HP Personal Systems Group (PSG) has a media event to showcase their latest products, share the company's vision and also the strategy in Singapore. Read on for the coverage.
HP Palm TouchPad was announced at the recent "A New HP World" event in Shanghai, and with Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook launching next month, it seems that both tablet devices have some things in common.
HP has recently announced their newly redesigned consumer PC portfolio which include the Pavilion dv4, dv6, dv7, g4, g6, TouchSmart 610 and HPx2301 Micro Thin LED monitor . The products are scheduled to to be available next month and in April.
HP has announced their new TouchPad webOS tablet device which boasts to introduce fun and mobile productivity. The company has also introduced two new smartphones- Veer and Pre3 – which also run webOS.
A HP Palm device has recently been spotted on the company's website, via a 9-second teaser YouTube video.
Touch screen PCs in general have one problem in common, the display isn't position in an ergonomic location to take advantage of the touch screen, but HP seems to have figured out a way around this with its new TouchSmart 610 and 9300 Elite. The 610 is the consumer model, while the 9300 Elite
HP's new WebOS tablet will come in the form of Topaz. It will be running 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor and comes with 512MB DDR2 memory and up to 64GB eMMC storage.
Well this is certainly a surprise. Even though HP has been extremely tight-lipped about its ongoing project for a webOS tablet, it seems that even the company does not have the power to stop leaks such as these from making their way around cyberspace. And this latest leak unearthed by Engadget reveals some juicy details
Dumping a smartphone operating system onto a computing device like a netbook may not be the most sensible thing to do, but it cannot be denied that OEMs have attempted to do so with varying levels of success. And if HP has its way, the next entrant to the netbook game will be powered by
Artists and sound engineers spend countless hours perfecting their sound before even thinking about shipping the end product off for retail. Unfortunately, that effort is often lost on end-users who deem it fit to sully their efforts with sub-standard earbuds and headphones. Will HP’s ENVY 14 (Beats Edition) notebook and its accompanying Beats By Dr.
It may only be the fifth day of 2011, but it is clear that HP is already gunning up for an even greater share of the notebook market this year. The American OEM has just announced its plans to update its existing line of Pavilion and ENVY notebooks with new technologies and hardware in a
We spotted an Intel Sandy Bridge laptop from HP already on retail at a local computer superstore. The HP Pavilion dv6-4103TX comes with a quad-core Intel Core i7-2630QM Processor, 4GB of DDR3 memory and (re-badged) AMD Radeon HD 6570M graphics.