This handheld version of the megapopular Doom brings full-color suspense to your HP Jornada 820.
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HP hopes you'll want to take this 15.6-inch display along with you and your laptop.
There is a thread buzzing around the ZD site on innovation, look at what’s being said on Raspberry PiAnd celebrating the anniversary of the Sinclair QL And then read Mary Branscombe’s post on CES. where she says that the HP Envy is innovative because it has a glass lid.
Launched yesterday at CES, HP's Envy 14 Spectre is not your run-of-the-mill Ultrabook. For one thing, it doesn’t look anything like a MacBook Air, with a black glass lid that fits a full 14in.
Amid a sea of lower-priced Ultrabooks that Intel hopes will turn the laptop platform into a mainstream success floats HP's new Envy 14 Spectre, which is certainly not a run-of-the-mill anything. Its most notable feature is a glass-based chassis, -- yes, glass -- that is scratch-resistant and lightweight enough to still weigh under 4 pounds.
Remember when HP was getting out of the PC business? Well, now it's roaring back with two new desktops that it's announcing to jump the gun on CES 2012.
HP's Envy 13 notebook might not have been a runaway success, but its bigger brother has just been refreshed in time for CES. The Envy 17 gaming laptop now will feature the latest Intel processors and AMD mobile graphics, along with an HP feature that's new to this model.
The manufacturers have become the first to show off ultraportables using AMD's new technology, which combines the CPU and GPU into a single 'accelerated processing unit'
HP is holding a webOS event on February 9th so it seems unlikely we will hear much from them at CES this week in Vegas. What do you think they will reveal?
HP is featuring performance upgrades and new designs to highlight its 2011 roster of notebooks and netbooks.
Hewlett-Packard and Lenovo updated their desktop and notebook lineups for the start of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Remember the HP Slate debuted way back in January at CES 2010? Now, it's a reality as the HP Slate 500 running on Windows 7 Professional is now available.
HP's Slate has been knocking around in the limbo of unlaunched products since January, when it was announced at CES 2010. HP hasn't said much about it since, although it's rumoured to have an 8.
HP looks set to be launching a tablet device running Windows 7 Premium under the moniker of the Slate 500 and in related news has also applied for a trademark of the name PalmPad.The company announced the Slate earlier in the year and it was the focus of several public outings (including Steve Ballmer at CES 2010) and promotional videos but has since been quiet about its tablet plans.
Now everyone is gearing up their tablet computer TV promotion spots. Hewlett-Packard has debuted an ad for the HP Slate, the gadget's first major appearance since CES 2010. Considering the HP Slate less than wowed people at CES and how much the Apple iPad captivated the public at their own press event following CES, HP and Microsoft have a lot of work to do in attracting buyers to their tablet.
Today's top headlines include more about Google's threat to leave China, a Microsoft-HP deal and more from CES
Microsoft's MSN site will also become the default homepage on HP computers, according to chief executive Steve Ballmer at CES
At CES 2010 in Las Vegas, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer takes the stage and highlights some of the key devices and technologies the company will be launching in the coming year. He demos a new slate PC from HP running Windows 7 as well as some new Windows Mobile phones. Robbie Bach, the company's president of Entertainment and Devices, also talks about Microsoft's plan for Natal and announces a ship date of Christmas 2010.
CES 2010, Microsoft, HP, Facebook scams and Google spyware are among Thursday's headliners.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer debuted the HP Slate tablet computer during the CES 2010 keynote address last night, and while it was only a teaser, there were a few details and pictures available.
New notebooks and netbooks on show in Las Vegas this week indicate the future for portable computer designs