The new notebook is the first major design win for AMD's new budget mobile chip.
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While unveiling its latest processor family for datacenters, Intel talks up the potential benefits alongside execs from HP, Facebook, and Microsoft.
Stratus Technologies just launched a new version of its Avance high availability platform that supports Intel Xeon E5 “Sandy Bridge” processor-powered servers, such as those offered by HP, IBM, Dell and Intel. This technology is designed to make it possible for customers to know that their applications will operate without interruption. The problem? Stratus is known and loved by only a small circle of friends.
Earlier in May I flew to China, Shanghai to be specific, for the launch of a host of new HP ultrabooks and sleekbooks, a term created as a result of Intel's trademark on the word ultrabook.HP's Envy4 sleekbook does not currently offer any options that include an AMD processorThe only difference between an ultrabook and a sleekbook is the processor under the bonnet.
The EnergyCore ARM-based server processor — start-up Calxeda's attempt to get ARM's low-powered chips into enterprise servers — will appear in a server from HP
Blown away by the insatiable consumer demand for its $98 TouchPad, HP has promised to manufacture one more batch of the webOS-powered tablet to meet skyrocketing demand.
HP and Oracle are duelling in California Superior Court documents over the support of Itanium and whether the enterprise software giant is contractually obligated to support the processor.
HP and Oracle are dueling in California Superior Court documents over the support of Itanium and whether the enterprise software giant is contractually obligated to support the processor.
Yesterday I had the task of installing Windows 7 with SP1 on an HP EliteBook 8460p. This is a new machine, with the Intel i5 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Intel and HP have strongly rejected Oracle's claim that the Itanium platform is being retired.Oracle, which announced its abandonment of the platform on Tuesday, said Intel is moving away from Itanium as the processor "nears the end of its life" and is making x86 architectures the area of strategic focus.
It's been leaked many-a-time, but it's finally the day HP makes it official: the long-rumored Slate tablet PC is here, running Windows 7 and geared toward the corporate market.The Slate 500 is powered by an Intel Atom Z540 processor and comes with 2GB of RAM and 64GB of flash-based storage.
HP has re-jigged its market-leading thin client portfolio, adding three new products plus updates to others to run the embedded version of the Microsoft Windows 7 OS.The new models make up what HP call the t5500 family (the 't' stands for 'thin'), sharing a common hardware spec that starts with the same 64-bit processor (a 1GHz VIA Nano u3500) plus 1GB of DDR-3 memory.
Hewlett-Packard's EliteBook 8740w mobile workstation is already quite a powerful portable machine, and now HP has stepped up this model's graphics processor considerably.
Internal HP document leaks: Slate tablet to cost $549, run on Atom Z530 processor, hope to combat iPad.
Should Apple feel threatened by HP's forthcoming tablet competition? Maybe not, given the internal document that somehow wound up in Engadget's lap.
Dell Precision M4500 mobile workstation delivers Core i5 CPU, Nvidia Quadro FX 880M graphics starting at $1,549
Whether you don't need the quad-core power of the Dell Precision M6500 mobile workstation (or the competing HP EliteBook 8740w) or just can't afford it, Dell is offering a far more affordable, if still powerful option in the Precision M4500.For $1,549, the M4500 comes with an Intel Core i5-520M dual-core processor, 15.
HP offers Core i7 quad-core processor, DreamColor display options for EliteBook 8740w mobile workstation
HP has beefed up its top-of-the-line EliteBook 8740w laptop workstation, packing them with Intel's latest mobile processors and offering the option to outfit it with a 17-inch DreamColor screen, which is a 30-bit panel that can display more than a billion colors (64x more colors than a typical LCD can display).HP has a number of configurations available on its Web site (and lets you configure your own).
Today was the day that Intel PC partners could officially announce their support for the new i7-980X Extreme Edition six-core processor, and several companies have updated their product offerings, which will hopefully cover in the next few posts. But let's start with the biggest desktop company with a new offering: HP has added the CPU as an option for its Pavilion Elite HPE-180t series.
Over on the HP support forum there's a huge thread which suggest that HP might be having issues with the HP Elite Pavilion range of PCs which use the Intel Core i7 processor.
HP has just launched a swathe of servers in multiple form factors — rack, blade and tower — driven by Intel’s latest processor architecture, codenamed Nehalem.But there’s much more to it than that.
HP introduced two consumer laptops at CES in January: the 12-inch Pavilion dv2 and the 13-inch Pavilion dv3. The dv2 got all the press because it employs a new AMD Neo processor, which is the closest thing AMD has to a netbook chip, but the dv3 seemed like a potential sleeper.
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