To wrap up my early preview of the exciting HP Elite Dragonfly G3, here’s my quick take on the look and feel, plus some HP-supplied specifications.
The Elite Dragonfly G3 is the most exciting of HP’s many CES announcements this past week, and the firm sent me an early sample to test out.
The HP Elite Dragonfly Max is literally a maxed-out version of the Elite Dragonfly with more modern components and a sleek new color.
The HP Elite Dragonfly Max features the same design as before, but now in a less controversial matte black color, along with some terrific upgrades.
Announced at CES 2020, this mid-stream evolution of the HP Elite Dragonfly is the first laptop with an integrated Tile module.
In a market full of incredibly high-quality options, the Dragonfly nonetheless manages to stand out. It is a nearly perfect portable PC.
With CES 2020 now in full swing, HP has announced a new 15-inch Spectre x360 and an updated Elite Dragonfly
HP’s incredible Elite Dragonfly and Spectre x360 13 have a lot in common, but they also differ in some very important ways.
HP’s Elite Dragonfly is a beautiful and lightweight successor to the EliteBook 1030, one of the best portable computers I’ve ever used.
HP is announcing a wide range of portable and desktop PCs across its consumer, business, and gaming segments this week at CES 2022.
The HP EliteBook 840 Aero utilizes a magnesium alloy to shave the PC’s weight down to just 2.48 pounds. What a difference half a pound makes.
The HP Elite Folio is one of those rare technology products that’s attractive for emotional rather than logical reasons.
I’ve been a fan of HP’s EliteBook line of premium portable PCs for years, and the EliteBook x360 1040 G5 remains one of my all-time-favorites.
With a virtual CES 2021 now underway, HP has announced several new portable PC models across its consumer and business lines to ring in the New Year.
HP's latest notebook is meant for business users, but its design says otherwise. The company has managed to come out with a really light, premium, and beautiful design with the new Elite Dragonfly.
Happy Friday! Here’s another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend a bit early. I think we all share the same concerns.
Our third trip to Mexico in 6 months was structured more like a home swap than our previous trips, and I packed accordingly.
I was eagerly anticipating this trip to Mexico City for a lot of reasons, but one is to test my more mobile computing setup. And so far, it’s worked out nicely.
We drove through the desert in a car with no name. We rode in a hot air balloon. We sailed down some canals. Yep. We’re in Mexico, instead of our usual home swap.
As Tolkien observed of writing The Lord of the Rings, “this tale grew in the telling.” And so it went with this rundown of our problems in Mexico.
I’ve been evaluating laptops and other electronics for over 20 years, and it shouldn’t be surprising that I’ve continually updated my approach to writing reviews.
Happy Friday! If you’re interested in kicking off the weekend a bit early, here’s a notably long episode of Ask Paul to pass the time.
At the end of every year, tech blogs lazily pump out “best of” lists culled from back-end site queries. And, yeah, we’ll get to that here soon enough.
The HP Envy x360 13 hits the sweet spot on quality, performance, and price. It’s the best portable PC you can buy for under $1000.
The new Spectre x360 13 arrives in the smallest-possible premium chassis, offering a perfect blend of good looks, performance, and portability.
HP’s newest Spectre x360 13 brings forward its predecessor’s iconic design but in a much smaller package.