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AMD FirePro M3900, M5950 and M8900: Radeon counterparts revealed

By Brad Apr 13 2011 1 Comment

ATI's 2011 FirePro workstation-class graphics cards detailed
So now that we have the notebooks, let’s talk about the graphics cards. While Nvidia has a bunch of information published on their website about their new Quadro 1000M, 2000M, 3000M, 4000M and 5010M workstation-class graphics cards, AMD has been fairly quiet about their FirePro M3900 and FirePro M5950 found in the EliteBook 8460w and EliteBook 8560w/8760w models respectively, and of course that mythical top-end FirePro M8900 that’s slated to appear in […]

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Artsy shots of EliteBook 8740w

By Brad Mar 13 2011 3 Comments

EliteBook 8740w backlit keyboard
I really think HP’s EliteBook 8440w/8540w/8740w notebooks are seriously the best looking business laptops HP has ever made, and one of the better looking designs in the market, right up there with those timeless ThinkPad designs.
2010 EliteBook models: Probably the best looking business notebooks HP has ever made?!
It kinda makes one wonder what the EliteBook 8760w of the future will look like, which is interesting. Rumors have hinted (and also deduction from common sense and […]

HP: Slate for enterprise users… which implies PalmPad for regular Joe consumers?
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HP: Slate for enterprise users… which implies PalmPad for regular Joe consumers?

By Brad Jul 23 2010 1 Comment

Looks like there’s plenty going on lately at Hewlett Packard; with the spotlights being on Palm and the HP Slate. HP has recently mentioned that the HP Slate (which runs Windows 7) will not be targeting the mass market but more on the corporate/enterprise sector instead. Essentially, you could say the HP Slate is going to be aimed at companies wanting a “super-lite” keyboard-less, Intel Atom-ized version of the pricey Elitebook 2740p. But then what of regular consumers? Is HP […]

WebOS 2.0 and the fate of Palm’s brand
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WebOS 2.0 and the fate of Palm’s brand

By Brad Jul 23 2010 1 Comment

It seems that we’re hearing about Palm almost everyday lately, which is  a good sign. Fortune has just confirmed that Jon Rubinstein (Palm’s CEO, and of course Palm is now part of HP) talked about WebOS 2.0 coming later this year (2010). Hopefully it’ll be as great for productivity as it will be awesome for handheld gaming (as HP’s Rahul Sood implied in a blog post just two days ago).
In other Palm-related news, it was also mentioned […]

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