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Hewlett-Packard

HP's new Envy x2 hybrids offer a range of form-factors in one package (Photo: Chris Wood/G...

HP’s new 2-in-1 system takes significant cues from the Surface line, offering a detachable keyboard and adjustable kick stand. That said, the machine is far from a direct clone of Microsoft’s device, packing a few interesting design features of its own, including the ability to mimic All-in-One functionality.  Read More

The HP Chomebook 11 is Google's latest swing at the affordable laptop market

Rumors of a new 11-inch Chromebook have been building for months now, and the device has finally broken cover today with HP announcing the Chromebook 11. The notebook has the same 11.6-inch screen size as the popular Samsung model, but includes a number of new features such as micro-USB charging and a sleek new design.  Read More

Three new Chromebooks and a Chromebox have been announced by Google at IDF13

During last week's Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Google previewed a batch of upcoming Chrome devices based around Intel's 4th-generation Core i processors. As well as revealing new Chromebook models from existing partners Acer and HP, the Mountain View-based multinational also announced two new sign-ups to its cloud-based operating environment in the shape of Toshiba and Asus.  Read More

HP's new ENVY Rove 20 mobile All-in-One PC

HP has unveiled what's described as the company's first mobile All-in-One PC. Where your usual AIO dies as soon as you unplug it from the wall outlet, the new ENVY Rove 20 has a built-in 62 Wh battery that allows the Windows 8 multitouch enjoyment to go on without so much as a blip. Though the detailed specs have yet to be announced, here's what we have been able to track down.  Read More

HP has announced the Android SlateBook x2 and the Win8 Split x2 hybrid tablet/notebooks

Two hybrid tablet/notebooks are to join HP's 11.6-inch ENVY x2 to make a new x2 family. The SlateBook x2 is Android-based and has Nvidia's Tegra 4 mobile processor as its power house, while the larger, Intel-powered Split x2 will run Windows 8.  Read More

The Slate 7 is the company's first-ever Android tablet

Hewlett-Packard has a decidedly rocky history when it comes to tablets. Its first and only other consumer entry into the highly competitive market failed to gain traction in a fairly dramatic (and public) fashion. That said, the company has finally accepted that the tablet space is simply too important to ignore, announcing its first-ever Android tablet, the Slate 7.  Read More

The complete Pocket Playlist package

With video rental stores going the way of the dodo, it’s fast becoming the norm to download movies and TV shows from online services such as Netflix and Hulu. But what if you want to take a downloaded movie with you somewhere? You could pack up your big ol’ DVR, or you could use HP’s portable new Pocket Playlist drive that can stream media over Wi-Fi to up to five devices.  Read More

HP's EliteBook Revolve tablet is aimed at enterprise users

With the success of the iPad, it’s easy to forget that convertible units with a rotating hinge and physical keyboard were once the form factor of choice for tablet computers. While touchscreen-only devices now dominate the consumer space, convertible tablets continue to find a market, particularly amongst business and government users. It is these markets that HP is targeting with its latest touch-enabled convertible tablet, the EliteBook Revolve, which is due for a March, 2013 release.  Read More

Microsoft's own Surface tablet features a unique magnesium body with kickstand

With the Windows 8 launch just around the corner, let's take a look at four upcoming premium devices running Redmond’s new OS. All of the tablets detailed here run the full version of Windows 8 and offer laptop-like functionality through the use of various peripherals. However, from internal configuration to design, there’s a lot of different options available and we’re here to help decide which devices are most worthy of your hard-earned cash.  Read More

The HP ElitePad 900 aims to capture the enterprise market through its clever use of periph...

HP has announced a new business-orientated tablet that combines enterprise-ready features with a decidedly rugged form factor. In addition to the increased security features and durability, HP is relying on the new Smart Jacket peripherals to set the device apart from the crowd. The ElitePad 900 will run Windows 8 and is set for a January 2013 release date.  Read More

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