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All you need to know about the EliteBook 8460p and EliteBook 8560p

By Brad Feb 23 2011 13 Comments

HP EliteBook 8460p vs HP EliteBook 8560p: A summary
Hey, remember those new EliteBooks released yesterday? Sure you do! I think it’s interesting that the EliteBook 8460p and EliteBook 8560p are even closer together than the previous pair (EliteBook 8440p and EliteBook 8540p), with the only differences being:

Larger screen (obviously) on the EliteBook 8560p
EliteBook 8560p’s 15.6 inch display has three resolution options, which top out at 1920 x 1080 (Full HD), while the EliteBook 8460p’s 14 inch screen size gives […]

HP Fansite is back, alive and kicking!
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HP Fansite is back, alive and kicking!

By Brad Feb 23 2011 1 Comment

HP Elitebook 8740w Mobile Workstation
Yes, it’s party time and there couldn’t have been a better time than today. I’d like to make a big announcement today: after a rather lazy 2010, HP Fansite is making a big fat comeback this year (and I promise a six month hiatus will never happen again!). Today’s world moves so quickly, too quickly, that much can happen in six months. Fortunately for the holiday season, all that talk about Palm and […]

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HP launches new ProBook laptops for 2011 and EliteBook 8460p and 8560p

By Brad Feb 22 2011 9 Comments

New 2011 HP Elitebook design (Elitebook 8460p pictured)
HP has just announced their new business notebooks, refreshed for 2011. There’s 6 new ProBook models, with their screen sizes spanning from 13.3 to 17.3 inches, in your choice of two flavors; the more feature-packed ProBook 6000-b line or the more affordable ProBook 4000-s series. What’s in the spotlight in today’s range of announcements are the two new models in HP’s uppity-up Elitebook high-end business notebook range. The new 14 inch Elitebook […]

Moving…
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Moving…

By Brad Aug 13 2010 2 Comments

Hey guys, I just wanted to update you guys on why I haven’t been covering much news lately in the ever interesting world of HP (Especially the unfolding of recent events). I’ve been busy packing and packing and packing… and tomorrow I’ll be moving to California for at least the next two years of my life (but the nearer to HP Palo Alto, the better, right? as one reader wrote in an email to me =) . So, look forward […]

2 GB Nvidia Quadro FX5000M card announced; coming to Elitebook 8740w
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2 GB Nvidia Quadro FX5000M card announced; coming to Elitebook 8740w

By Brad Jul 28 2010 1 Comment


Nvidia has just announced their first bunch of “Fermi” Quadro workstation class graphics card that supports DirectX 11 for both desktops and notebooks. The Nvidia Quadro FX5000M not only has 2 GB of memory (which we already knew about from ‘service parts’ for the Elitebook 8740w that have been posted on HP’s website for months now), but is superior to the current (and now, former) top of the line Quadro FX3800M in almost every way imaginable, at […]

HP no longer in the Windows Phone 7 release gang, going the WebOS route
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HP no longer in the Windows Phone 7 release gang, going the WebOS route

By Brad Jul 24 2010 add comment

In an interesting (and heartbreaking, for some) report by CNBC, it has been confirmed that HP will not be coming up with any Windows Phone 7 devices (which invalidates the info provided during the Windows Phone 7 launch event, which was before HP bought over Palm). Instead, they’ll be focusing on getting WebOS phones (and tablets, duh) out… in fact, we did mention mid this week that WebOS 2.0 will be coming by the end of […]

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 isĀ  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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