HP EliteBook 2560p arrow keys
I’ve been meaning to post this for some time but better late than never, right? The EliteBook 2560p is the first laptop in HP’s business EliteBook laptop line in years to receive a completely redesigned keyboard. I’m not talking about switching keyboard styles to partial chiclet and then full-chiclet… those are minor, cosmetic changes.
The keyboard change on the EliteBook 2560p marks a change in terms of layout and usability. The tilde (~) and […]
HP EliteBook 2560p arrow keys
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 […]
What's the future of HP's laptops with Ivy Bridge?
Following Intel’s announcement that everything on notebooks will be ultra-low voltage beginning from their Ivy Bridge processors and their keynote this morning at Computex predicting ‘Ultrabooks’ (a creative new term coined by Intel for ultra-portable laptops with low power consumption) will fill about 40% of the market with Ivy Bridge powered, less than 0.8 inch thick, sub-$1000 laptop models by the end of next year, we’re looking at the possibility of […]
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 […]
Intel Ivy Bridge in 2012
Well, this is big news: Tech/business website Ars Technica is reporting Intel’s big shots announcement at a San Francisco conference to move ‘standard’ laptop processors to have the TDP’s of current ultra-low voltage (processors), between 10 to 15W TDP. Traditionally, standard processors in laptops had a TDP of 35W while ultra-low voltage models (the stuff you see in things like the TouchSmart tm2, various Asus ultra-thin models, and other thin-and-light laptops) had TDP’s […]
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 […]
Find Makarov did NOT result in the revelation of Modern Warfare 3 🙁 but now the REAL deal has been exposed and leaked by gaming website, Kotaku!
Remember when we highly let down less than three months ago when the “Find Makarov” teaser that hit the web turned out to be nothing more than someone’s backyard project on making a home video independently-produced movie version of the first Modern Warfare in the Call of Duty series? Yeah, I was too. […]