HP's new premium Chromebook seems to hit the sweet spot when it comes to form factor, specs, and pricing.
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HP's newest convertible seeks to redefine the premium PC. Here are my initial thoughts.
HP reported better-than-expected earnings today. But the firm's CEO issued a warning on PC sales.
HP introduces a new roster of Pavilion computers with new convertibles, notebooks, laptops, desktops, and gaming machines.
HP introduces the world's first detachable Chromebook competitor, comes with support for Android apps. Available this June.
Always-on connectivity is one the key stated advantages of Windows 10 on ARM and the Always Connected PC initiative.
One of the advantages of the HP Envy x2 is that it comes with a smartpen. How does it compare to Surface Pen and Apple Pencil?
HP's first ever Always Connected PC powered by the Snapdragon 835 is now available for pre-order. Get it for $999.
HP's latest commercial VR push includes a new professional Windows Mixed Reality headset, a $1,499 workstation, and more.
Refreshed in late 2017, the new HP Spectre 13 laptop is as stunning as its predecessor, and it improves on the original in a few key areas.
HP's CES 2018 lineup includes a more powerful version of its Spectre x360 15, an Intel-powered variant of its Always Connected PC, and more.
HP continues to offer incredible value to those with smaller budgets. Case in point, the new ENVY Laptop.
The design of the original Spectre 13 was a bit controversial, but there will be no debate this time around: The new Spectre 13 is a stunner.
HP today announced its ZBook 2, which the firm touts as the world's first detachable workstation.
HP this week announced the OMEN X Laptop, which the PC maker describes as its most powerful gaming laptop yet.
Microsoft has begun offering mixed reality headsets for sale with both Acer and HP going on-sale with prices starting at $299.
Compared to Surface Pro, HP's stunning new Spectre x2 offers a superior and more modern design, and it is a much better value.
HP's new Spectre x2 is everything Microsoft's Surface Pro is not: Gorgeous, modern, and affordable.
The HP Spectre x360 (4K/UHD) is a near-perfect convertible PC, especially for those looking for a productivity-focused laptop that can pull double-duty as a mobile entertainment hub.
A wide-reported "keylogger" found in many HP PCs is a debugging tool that inadvertently shipped on production machines, HP tells me. Better still, the problem is already fixed.
HP today announced a new version of its Elite x2 2-in-1 detachable PC. Like the previous version, the Elite x2 1012 G2 offers some significant advantages over Surface Pro 4
Like its predecessor, the 2017 15-inch HP Spectre x360 is a productivity monster. But this version dials it up with a gorgeous new design, an incredible 4K display, and more modern technology across the board.
Gartner and IDC have weighed in on PC market share for the first quarter and come away, as always, with a slightly different take on how things are going. But the truth is out there.
The HP EliteBook x360 G2 is a business-class convertible PC that blends the versatility of the Spectre x360 with HP's vaunted security, manageability, and voice and video conferencing capabilities.
I have described the 2016 model HP Spectre x360 as a near-perfect convertible PC. Well, it just got better with Active Pen support, plus optional 4KU/HD and that gorgeous Ash Silver and Copper coloring.
As you may know, I'm in Hannover, Germany this week for CeBIT, and will be heading to Berlin at the end of the week for some time off. Here are a few quick notes from the road.
Just a day after FedEx dropped off the HP ENVY Curved All-in-One in a VW-sized box, I have a few more observations about this stunning new PC.