And when we say that HP will have both, we mean actual, working products being mass-manufactured for sale, and not just some fancy mock-up or prototype. There is just one little problem though: one of the tablets will not be available for consumer purchase.
Sure, we just ran an article about HP filing an application to trademark the name PalmPad, but it seems that the original Windows-powered slate has not been forgotten by the company yet, as a hidden page on HP’s website can attest to. Or can it? Read on for more information.
If you were fascinated about the new Microsoft Kinect (formerly codenamed Project Natal) that provides loads of enjoyment with the controllers, well, good news is, it will be available in Singapore before the winter holidays.
HP has announced that it has filed trademark for the name “PalmPad”, which probably refers to their new tablet based on the WebOS. According to some analysts, the PalmPad could pose a major competitor to Apple’s iPad.
According to online sources, HP is going to discontinue the development of their Android tablet and instead focus on their WebOS tablet products. HP has acquired Palm in April this year, and announced it will develop products based on Palm’s popular WebOS platform.
HP has recently introduced their latest web-empowered e-All-in-One printers for home and business that allow users to print their content anywhere, anytime. With the HP ePrint platform, people can send the files they want to print from their mobile devices.
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
New York Times have reported Hewlett-Packard (HP) will be announcing in their upcoming press event on their revolution in its lineup of printers. Printers that are capable with Web access, their own e-mail addresses and capable of accessing web services such as Google Docs and from iPad
Last month, HP announced their new consumer notebook PCs that are based on their MUSE (Material, Usability, Sensory Appeal and Experience) design philosophy. On Friday, the maker held an event to showcase the new products to the local media.
With the acquisition of Palm, HP also will own the patents for the Palm WebOS operating systems. According to news reports, the manufacturer intends to incorporate the WebOS into tablets as well as printers.
It was slightly over a week after HP announced the acquistion of Palm for $1.2 billion. And it is rumored that the computer manufacturer is coming up with a WebOS-based tablet, dubbed the “Hurricane”. in Q3 this year.
Today, HP Singapore announced their new additions to their line of consumer notebook PCs, based on MUSE design philosophy; MUSE stands for materials, usability, sensory appeal and experiences. The notebook PCs include ENVY14, ENVY17, Pavilion dm4, Pavilion dv6 and Pavilion dv7.
Just two weeks ago, Palm was up for sale and there were potential buyers from HTC as well as Lenovo bidding for the company. Well, today, from various news sources, it seems the HP would be the new owner as it buys Palm for a massive $1.2 billion.
When it comes to netbooks (or Mini Notebook PCs, according to some manufacturers), consumers are offered familiar configurations with slight variations or added features. In this review, we shall look into HP’s latest Mini 210 and what it has to offer
The tablet wars have yet to start, but a leaked presentation slide from HP shows that everything is ready for one to take place, right down to pricing and hardware specs. Read on for more information.
HP has announced the refresh of their Pavilion dv3 entertainment notebook PCs, which come with the choice of Intel Pentium and Core i3/15/i7 processors (Quad and Duo Core), as well as Intel HD Graphics and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 graphics card. The dv3 will be available end of this month.
Today, HP announced their latest commercial laptops – from EliteBooks to ProBooks – targeting at the small and medium-size business (SMB) users. Depending on the models, the new notebook PCs are scheduled to be available this month and April.
HP has just started taking orders for their newly launched Core i3-based G62t laptop, for the consurmers on budget but wanting the looks of the HP Envy 15 and decent performance. Prices starting from USD $599.99.
HP has announced the launch of a new digital music service in Europe to take on Apple’s iTunes. The MusicStation service will be available in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium and Austria.
HP is going to announce their latest consumer and business laptops at CES this week, and one of the highlights is the TouchSmart tm2, which claims to be the world’s only consumer convertible tablet notebook. Check out the releases on the next page.