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— Laptops

HP reveals multi-mode Spectre x360 notebook

By - March 1, 2015 4 Pictures
Hewlett-Packard has pulled back the curtains on what the company is calling its most premium and versatile PC yet. The HP Spectre x360 offers four usage modes for work, rest and play flexibility, its 13.3-inch screen is available at up to 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution and the 56 watt-hour battery is claimed good for up to 12.5 hours on a single charge. Read More

HP's Omen is one of the thinnest gaming laptops yet

HP has announced its brand new contender for the gaming notebook crown in the form of the Omen – a 15.6-inch touchscreen laptop with solid internals and a premium aluminum build. It may not be the most powerful notebook we’ve seen, but its portable nature and slick looks make it a compelling option. Read More
— Wearable Electronics

HP and Michael Bastian smartwatch blends stylish looks with basic functionality

By - November 3, 2014 4 Pictures
HP has quietly announced a partnership with fashion designer Michael Bastian, producing a new wearable that opts for classic timepiece looks over cutting edge technology. The device, known as the MB Chronowing, isn’t fitted with a touchscreen and might only offer limited smartwatch functionality, but may well appeal to more fashion-conscious consumers. Read More
— Computers

HP is looking to blend physical and digital reality with Sprout AIO

By - October 30, 2014 6 Pictures
HP has revealed a new all-in-one computer named Sprout which pushes the everything-you-need-in-one-place envelope to both vertical and horizontal workspaces. Users are able to grab an icon or digital object on the computer's touchscreen display and drag it down to a projected second screen on a touch-enabled pad below for precision tweaking with fingers or a stylus. Overhead scanning technology can digitize physical objects too, which the user can manipulate and move between both display areas. Read More
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