HP's new Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor lets you cut the computer completely out of the equation. With Firefox built-in, the Passport connects directly to an Ethernet cable to provide users with web, video, audio & photo access.» Read Article
At an event in Beijing, HP just announced the new Slate 21, an all-in-one desktop powered not by Windows, but by Android.
Want all the capabilities of a touchscreen, but without actually...touching anything? HP has some news for you.
HP's utter mismanagement of webOS is at an end, once and for all: the computer giant has sold what was left of the innovative operating system to electronics manufacturer LG, who plans to put it in their new smart TVs.
Today HP rolled out their new Windows 8 powered all-in-ones, including the new ENVY TouchSmarts, which take advantage of snazzy new Microsoft touch algorithms.
In addition to the new Internet Monitor, HP rolled out a couple of new IPS computer displays tonight. At 23 inches and 20 inches, respectively, the new HP 2311xi and 2011xi make great color and fantastic viewing angles within easy reach.
At the 2012 HP Global Partner Conference in Las Vegas today, HP unveiled a revolutionary new all-in-one. The new HP Z1 Workstation packs in a 27-inch, 30-bit LCD, USB 3.0, slot-load Blu-ray burners, HD video camera and more, starting at $1899.
HP is set to unveil several new workstations today, according to the company's official Twitter account. With the secretive "Tomorrow. All will be revealed. Be there." message, HP has also uploaded teaser videos to their YouTube account, telling viewers to Think Outside the Box. "Outside the box" - what could that mean?
HP introduced their first 27-inch all-in-one desktop, the HP Omni 27, late last year. As the second major company to introduce a big-screened all-in-one, the Omni 27 naturally invites comparisons with Apple's iMac. How does it fare? Will Lenovo's A720 knock it off its perch?
For the longest time, HP hasn't much cared for the gamer and enthusiast segments of the market, refusing to stock or equip their Pavilion Elite line of desktops with the best and brightest of AMD's or NVIDIA's GPU lineup. That attitude slowly seems to be changing with the new Phoenix desktop, which comes with sleek red case lighting and watercooled CPUs.
Apple made waves when it first introduced its 27-inch variant of the iMac just a couple of years ago. HP clearly sees room for a PC version of the form factor - so today, they released the stunning HP Omni 27, an aluminum-clad, IPS-possessed wonder.
It's only five more weeks until the big day, and if you want to jump in and take advantage of the best deals, now's the perfect time to get started!
Every holiday season, manufacturers try to reinvent themselves in order to entice more and new customers to buy their wares. CPUs might be a little quicker, hard drives a bit more spacious. This holiday, retailers are looking to add a whole new dimension to desktops - all thanks to new 3D technology.
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