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HP announces the Elitebook 1020: Fanless Design, and Amazing Screen

Intel’s new Core M Chipsets enable the possibilty of fanless Laptops that offer adequate performance, and it seems that HP wants to be one of the first Continue reading HP announces the Elitebook 1020: Fanless Design, and Amazing Screen

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HP announces the Omen: A Thin, Capable Gaming Laptop

 

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HP is a Manufacturer usually associated with sturdy PCs and Laptops made for Students and Professionals.

HP is looking to dip its toes into the market of Gaming Laptops, with the help of Voodoo, which is a Gaming PC Maker HP acquired quite a while ago. Continue reading HP announces the Omen: A Thin, Capable Gaming Laptop

HP finally cracks 3D Printing: Faster, Stronger and Cheaper

3D Printing is a field that is slowly balooning up, with the prices of 3D Printers being driven down and more and more entrants in the Market.

But for every successful Field, there should be a big company backing it, and for 3D Printing, there aren’t yet any major entrants, with most companies making 3D Printers being small startups.

Well that is about to change, as HP has announced the new “Multijet Fusion” 3D Printer, and it is better than all other offering out there. According to HP, its new 3D Printers prints faster, is cheaper to make, and churns out stronger Products.

It isn’t up for grabs, however, at least not until 2016.

With a giant like HP entering the 3D Printing Market, along with the various innovations HP brings to the field, and the fact that 3D Printers are going down prices, it seems like 3D Printing is finally about to hit mainstream.

HP announces the Windows-Running HP Stream, but it is costlier than Expected

HP had briefly leaked details of the HP Stream Laptop a few Days ago. It contained details like specs and price of the Laptop, which is among the first in Microsoft’s Move to annihilate Chromebooks, which have been growing in popularity.

Now HP has officially announced the HP Stream Laptop. Continue reading HP announces the Windows-Running HP Stream, but it is costlier than Expected

Microsoft takes on Chromebooks with a $200 HP Laptop that runs Windows

Chromebooks are basically Laptops which run a Stripped Down OS which is basically just a Web Browser. You can’t do much outside of that Browser, and you definitely cannot run Windows Applications.

All you can do is basically what you can do with a Browser. Of late, these devices have been growing immsensely popular, even as the overall sales of PCs Decline, due to their portability, great battery life and the fact that we are increasingly using Online Applications (Web Apps) rather than Native Apps nowadays.

Microsoft had earlier announced that it will soon release super-cheap Devices that Run Windows, and Windows Applications too. Continue reading Microsoft takes on Chromebooks with a $200 HP Laptop that runs Windows

HP is making a Smartwatch, and it looks Gosh-Darn-Good!

The problems with most Smartwatches right now (Excepting the Moto 360, of course) is the Design. Their looks just aren’t that refined and look like something a dork would wear. Watches are supposed to look good, and people are not ready to accept a Smartwatch, no matter how fancy it is, if it doesn’t look good.

Watches are a Fashion Statement, and manufacturers are starting to realize that. The Pebble Steel came first, the Moto 360 came next, and now comes HP’s Smartwatch. Continue reading HP is making a Smartwatch, and it looks Gosh-Darn-Good!

HP announces 14 inch Android Laptop along with an (subtle) update to it’s Chromebook Laptop

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Phones and Tablets. These two are the places where the little green ‘Droid (Couldn’t resist the Pun) dominates. But there is another side of Android, which is unexplored: That of PCs. Continue reading HP announces 14 inch Android Laptop along with an (subtle) update to it’s Chromebook Laptop

Toshiba unveils a $110 Android Kitkat tablet

We have barely reached the ending of the first half of 2014 and we already have seen an influx of cheap devices: From the Moto E to the Xiaomi Mi Pad to the HP Slate 7, these devices pack specifications that are unlike any in their price bracket.

Toshiba seems to be wanting to join in on the fun and it has unveiled the Excite Go tablet, which defying the general trend in it’s price bracket, offers Google’s latest and greatest, Android Kitkat. Continue reading Toshiba unveils a $110 Android Kitkat tablet

HP unveils a quad-core Android tablet…which costs only $100

With the Moto E, the Xiaomi MI Pad, the EE Eagle, it seems that the year 2014 will be the “Year of Cheap Devices”.

All manufacturers seem to be wanting to join in the fun. But, then HP jumps in and unveils a device at a price tag that most manufacturers fear to even touch (Yes, even the Moto E is higher at $129 ). Continue reading HP unveils a quad-core Android tablet…which costs only $100