The word is out, the HP TouchPad Web OS tablet will be making its debut beginning July 1st in the US and through some parts of Europe (UK, Ireland, France and Germany) and Canada within July, although you can start pre-ordering the HP TouchPad from June 19 onwards at prices of $499 and $599 for the 16 GB and 32 GB variants respectively.
HP has also mentioned they’re going to do a ‘phased roll-out’ of the TouchPad […]
It’s short and simple but doesn’t really tout the Veer or WebOS’ main features in a ‘straight in your face’ manner, unless you count the ability to “count 2000 situps” as a WebOS feature… however, this latest (First?) commercial of the WebOS-running Veer 4G smartphone touts its small size pretty well (look at how small it is in-hand) and emphasizes one shouldn’t judge a smartphone by its size.
Leo Apotheker at D9 (Photo by This Is My Next)
In a video of a brief exchange of words between HP’s CEO Leo Apotheker and tech blog This Is My Next, it seemed to be suggested (or not) in a phrase of words that are open to highly subjective interpretation, that HP is willing to consider the idea of opening up and licensing WebOS to third parties… Sorta in a way Microsoft licenses Windows Phone 7 and […]
HP Pavilion g6s
HP has updated another of their laptops with Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors, among other changes, but this time in a low-profile manner by sneaking out the affordable Pavilion g6s. This 15.6 inch laptop sports a ‘traditional’ chiclet-style laptop keyboard sans number pad, choice of Intel Sandy Bridge processors, from dual core Core i3 to Core i5 to the highest end dual-core Core i7 processor, configurable up to 6 GB of DDR3 RAM, 750GB hard disk […]
New 2011 HP Pavilion series desktops
HP has just announced three new Pavilion series consumer desktops today: The compact Pavilion Slimline S5, regular-sized Pavilion p7 and more powerful Pavilion HPE h8. They all feature Beats Audio and Sandy Bridge Intel processors of all sorts. With price tags starting at $330 (s5), $300 (p7) and $600 (h8) respectively, these guys are a lot more affordable (but certainly less powerful) than HP’s Z210 series workstations released last month. They should be available […]
Along with the new ProBook 5330m, EliteBook 2560p and 2760p and consumer laptops this morning, HP also announced a service called ‘DataPass’. HP DataPass is a service with Sprint involved that allows you to buy contract-free, prepaid Internet data access. HP is quoting a price range of $5 for 75 MB up to $30 for 1 GB of data usage, and mentions this will work on any of their laptop models equipped with Qualcomm Gobi un2400.
HP has just announced three new consumer-level notebooks: An all new HP Pavilion dv4 laptop, HP Mini 210 netbook (updated for 2011) and evolved Envy 14 with Intel Sandy Bridge processors.
New 2011 HP Pavilion dv4
First off we have the HP Pavilion dv4 (Note the “v” in the name; don’t confuse it with the HP Pavilion dm4 series) which acts as a more affordable alternative to the recently announced (last week), slightly more upscale Pavilion dm4x. It sports a plastic […]
HP ProBook 5330m: when a ProBook goes on a diet and dresses up like a pricier EliteBook
Not wanting to be one-upped and left out by Lenovo and their rumored ThinkPad X1 ultra-thin laptop, HP has busted out the doors with their new ProBook 5330m ultra-thin business laptop. The ProBook 5330m appears to have a slight costume malfunction in the identity-crisis sense of the word as it carries HP’s ‘ProBook’ branding while at the same time, sports a design similar to […]