At present, there are two HP ultra-portable notebook models that look almost exactly like each other: the HP Mini 311 and HP Pavilion dm1. What’s the difference? On the outside, there are few design differences… the two main things that separate the two are the processor and graphics set used. The HP Mini 311 uses the single-core Intel Atom processor paired with Nvidia Ion graphics, which is a decent graphics card suited to playing some games (though on medium […]
News of several upcoming HP computers has just broke out (or should I say, leaked) on the internet, apparently sprouting from online retailer Logic Buy. The folks there appear to be slightly unsure about the products (but they do have pictures), with specifications lists made out of some potentially real facts and some patchwork speculation.
Disclaimer: The source for this news article is not on HP Fansite’s “trusted sources” list, so do take specifications with a pinch of salt! The […]
Well, HP didn’t make any announcement or press release of the HP Mini 210 consumer netbook but it’s almost everywhere on the net already, even some online stores are taking orders. What’s funny is HP also has had a support page for the Mini 210 for a few days now. I wonder what’s up. Anyhow, here are the specifictions of HP’s Atom N450 running, buttonless trackpad sporting netbook for 2010:
Intel Atom N450 AKA Pine Trail processor (Single […]
Spotlight: One of our readers, Dana, has tipped us off about Elitebook 2540p and Elitebook 2740p in the works after spotting a new 9-cell battery available for a “2540p” model on a HP Korea website (Update: I can’t seem to access the page Dana posted, but HP has updated thier list of “notebooks supporting Windows 7” to include the new Elitebook 2540p and 2740p models).
I’ve already reviewed Modern Warfare 2 and Left4Dead 2, and partly the HP Pavilion dm3 this fall, and there’s not much left as we approach the quiet news season AKA holiday season. However, things from the rumors department are heating up with more and more news of 2nd gen Elitebook models pouring in. Let’s not get too tied up with premium, business notebooks that not everyone will/can buy, shall we? Here’s the latest scoop from the consumer product area – […]
I gotta admit, I’ve been obsessively visiting HP.com’s business notebook page ever since word of the new generation of Elitebooks surfaced (I make it a point to check at least once a week, but usually it’s more). Anyway, I noticed today that HP updated their business notebooks page, pushing the Probook series one step higher, just before the Elitebook series (Probook used to be in the 3rd column, where “essential” notebooks are now present). Seems kinda odd […]
Quadro FX3800M in Precision M6500, as seen on Dell’s order website
Just as focus began changing last week from ‘product rumors’ to ‘seasonal shopping’, Dell decided to bust out the first ever entrant into the ‘Mobile Workstation’ category for 2009/2010. Meet the Precision M6500 – specification and design wise, it sounds and looks a whole lot like its predecessor. The main changes are Core i7 under the hood (same 1.6 and 1.73 GHz variants we’ve been seeing in things […]
Well people, it’s official. The HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian has now been officially announced by AT&T, and also renamed to become the HP iPAQ Glisten. Not as if it’s design is particularly flashy (looks much like a modernized Blackberry, in fact) or it’s features are mind-blowing… they’re not. But the iPAQ Glisten looks like a decent offering to anyone wanting an average smartphone (or Blackberry) with a touchscreen – that is, if it becomes sold unlocked in addition to the […]