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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Splitting the difference. Satisfying the niche. Exploiting an opportunity. All of those phrases could be used to accurately describe what HP has done here with the new EliteBook 8440w. It's one of the smaller options in the expanding EliteBook family, yet also one of the most powerful. That's not a combination you hear of very often. In most circumstances, you'll need a larger machine in order to accommodate more powerful components within, mostly because the more powerful components emit more heat than the lower-end components. Hewlett-Packard, however, has managed to get a Core i7 Mobile processor within the frame of a 14" notebook and still keep the heat under control. What we're left with is an extremely unique machine that has fewer competitive alternatives...
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Monday, May 03, 2010
" Hello, my good friends. Today we?ll be talking monitors again and looking at a lovely monitor shipped over from our pals at It?s a ?De-Branded? 23? HD LCD that operates at 1080p. De-Branded basically means it?s a refurbished HP monitor that has had all of its HP-ness covered up during the refurbishing process. So far, I?ve found this to be a rather swell monitor ? so let?s take a closer look and get acquainted with the product. "
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Friday, April 30, 2010
?The StorageWorks Ultrium 3000 is one of two LTO-5 offerings from HP. It?s available as a bare half-height drive for direct fitting into a host server, in a casing for use as a standalone external drive and as part of larger tape library solutions. It can be had with a Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) or Fibre Channel interface (the latter for tape library use), with HP claiming the same capacity and throughput figures as specified in the LTO specification. Prices start at around 2140 (ex. VAT) for the bare half-height drive, with tape library products, such as those in the StorageWorks MSL family starting at 8200 (ex. VAT). Included with the external SAS drive we were sent were drivers for use with Windows enabling it to be used with all the leading backup applications.?
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"Today for review I?ve got a very professional looking and business like netbook from HP called the Mini Executive 5102. This netbook is in a class by itself really, at least in regards to build quality, sure we see many metal cased laptops but not many netbooks though. The metal casing not only changes the look and feel of it but the overall view of it being a netbook as well, we think of netbooks as inexpensive, underpowered computer that arte used mostly for browsing the web and checking email. Until now with the HP Mini Executive I haven?t seen many business oriented netbooks on the market, but if you?re looking for something small, good looking, well made and with decent performance then you just might want to take a closer look at the Mini 5102 I?ve got here today?
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Thursday, April 15, 2010
""Business" notebooks typically conjure up images of ugly, stripped down machines meant to crunch numbers on the barest budget possible - and keep ticking well after being handed down from executives to grunts. HP's EliteBook series bucks the trend. Stylish and powerful, it also adopts a series of beefed-up components meant to withstand abuse that would crack, warp and destroy feeble consumer rigs. While you'll pay a premium for the privilege, users who expect to drive their laptops into the ground with heavy use will see it paid back in every replacement notebook they don't buy."
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Friday, February 26, 2010
"These days, it?s possible to buy an inkjet printer for next to nothing. For simple print jobs or for those who only print documents and nothing fancy, there are tons of budget printers that will get the job done fairly well. Up for review today is the HP Deskjet F4480 from, a machine that would certainly qualify as a budget printer. Running just over $50, this little guy can print, scan, and copy, all with a variety of features and settings. "
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Thursday, February 18, 2010
Flat, small-sized, pretty and still an notebook. With the Pavilion dm3-1010eg, Hewlett Packard promises high mobility and functionality involving a huge fun factor. It's a frontal attack on netbooks!
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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
?So many people think that Computer Monitors are all the same, but really they are not. You cannot simply just go out a purchase a monitor and be done with it, especially if you have specific needs. Today we will be looking at a 23-inch widescreen monitor from which features 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, a 5ms response time, HDMI input and integrated speakers. This display sells for just over $150, let?s see if it?s a good deal or not?
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010
"HP's top-of-the-line third-generation TouchSmart touchscreen PC should keep the line front and center for consumers looking for an all-in-one running a Microsoft operating system. Its sharp design, surprising utility, and inspired suite of touchscreen applications makes it an ideal choice for any family looking to place a stylish computer in a common area."
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Wednesday, January 20, 2010
With a claim of "nearly 30-years of touch innovation" under its belt, HP is no stranger to touch-input technology. The company has recently integrated touch input into a number of its consumer and business product lines, such as tablets, notebooks and perhaps the most well-known, its line of TouchSmart all-in-one desktop PCs. Taking advantage of a good thing when they see it, HP has produced a few major updates to the TouchSmart line, culminating in the latest release of the TouchSmart series, the 20-inch TouchSmart 300 series and 23-inch TouchSmart 600 series. Other than screen size and specs, both the 300 and 600 series have much in common, including a relatively thin chassis, glossy 16:9 widescreen display, and a plethora of touch-enabled features and applications.
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Monday, January 11, 2010
"Microsoft?s Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer introduced Hewlett-Packard?s touch screen tablet computer running the famous Windows 7 with it?s fantastic touch screen capabilities at The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Ballmer made it clear that this tablet computer fused by 2 of the biggest brand names in computer history was created to bridge the gap between smartphones and laptops and also to help the end user get more involved with their day to day usage."
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Sunday, December 20, 2009
HP's Mini range of netbooks have been well respected in the industry, and while they were never as instrumental as Asus in the explosion of the netbook as a whole, they've really managed to nail their niche. From the start, the HP Mini was one of the most fashionable netbook lines out there, boasting subtle curves, a uniform keyboard, gorgeous styling cues and a larger-than-average trackpad. By and large, the Mini lineup hasn't changed too much since its introduction, but that has mainly been the case because Windows XP was pretty much the only operating system available for it (Linux alternatives notwithstanding). Couple that with the limited Atom CPU lineup and the struggle to keep costs down, and we're left with a colorful line of machines that don't actually differ much from one another, save for designs and accents. Now, there are two major reasons to pay close attention to the Mini 311. It may follow the prior Minis in terms of size and style, but it's the differences within that promise to make this a new, refreshed machine. For starters, HP has loaded Windows 7 onto this machine. We waited for what felt like forever to finally have Windows 7 available for netbooks, and we can confess that it really adds a touch of style and functionality compared to older models with XP. The second major addition is NVIDIA's Ion technology...
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Friday, November 06, 2009
"HP already builds awesome all-in-one PCs featuring integrated touchscreens and custom programs designed to take advantage of that user interface. Now, the company is bringing that same expertise to its printer business with the Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web. As with HP's TouchSmart computers, the touch-screen on this multi-function printer goes far beyond simple menu navigation. The device comes preloaded with a dozen Web-based applications that enable you to print everything from digital photos to maps, weather forecasts, and movie tickets without ever touching a computer. Too bad this product's photo-printing prowess isn't on par with its excellent text-print quality, deep feature set, and exciting innovation."
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Saturday, October 03, 2009
"Docking stations for laptops have been around almost since the existence of laptops themselves. The problem is that not all laptops have a docking port built in. Usually only the business class notebooks, which are often more expensive than their consumer grade counterparts, have provisions for connecting to a dock. The product we have for review today is a universal laptop dock featuring DisplayLink technology. Although this device carries the HP brand name, its design allows it to work on just about any computer that has a USB 2.0 port. Freed from traditional docking station restraints of specific brands and/or models, the HP USB 2.0 Docking Station allows external connection of VGA, DVI, USB, SPK, MIC and NIC devices and shares these peripherals through one standard USB connection to the host computer."
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Monday, February 09, 2009
Sleek, shiny and unlike many of its earlier Windows Mobile siblings, our first impression of the HP iPAQ Voice Messenger comes off as a device worth paying some attention to.
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