HP today announced the new Spectre Notebook, which it bills as the world's thinnest notebook PC. Here's a quick peek at this gorgeous new device, which HP will start shipping to customers in May.
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One year ago this week, I was introduced to HP's stunning Spectre x360, the most impressive convertible PC released in 2015. I just had one question: Would HP ever consider making a 15-inch version? The answer, happily, is yes.
The long-rumored HP Elite x3 will cheer beleaguered Windows phone fans, even though this new smart phone isn't aimed at them, or at the retail market. Instead, the Elite x3 is just part of a compelling end-to-end solution aimed at businesses.
HP's gorgeous Elite x3 Windows phone is going to turn heads, but the Desk Dock and Mobile Extender accessories are, in some ways, just as impressive. Here are some product shots of the new hardware.
Windows fans no longer need to pine for a MacBook Air: HP's Envy Notebook is thinner and less expensive than the Apple offering, and provides a number of unique features. Is it the ultimate Ultrabook? It comes very close.
Arriving in a box the size of a 1972 Super Beetle, the HP ENVY Curved All-in-One is the most beautiful PC I've ever laid eyes on. The only question is whether I'm worthy of the expansive and curved 34-inch ultra-widescreen display.
The Envy Note is an 8-inch Windows mini-tablet with a keyboard base that is larger than the tablet and provides a bottom-mounted clip-in area for traveling.
HP this morning announced a number of new Windows 10-based PCs for the business market, including new all-in-ones, towers, desktops, and SFF designs.
HP has provided some more information about the Surface enterprise initiative, including which Surface Pro device they'll start selling in early October.
A conversation with an executive from one of Microsoft's key PC maker partners sheds some light, I think, on why the Windows 10 launch isn't like that of previous Windows versions.