This is just in – the EliteBook Folio 9470m business ultrabook is about to get better with an upcoming 1600 x 900 pixel high resolution display. The EliteBook Folio 9470m was announced almost 9 months ago in May 2012, but was only available for sale more recently in October. It has been stuck with a 14 inch 1366 x 768 panel since launch but will soon be available for order with a 1600 x 900 pixel display in March […]
It’s going to be another two months until the new HP EliteBook Revolve hits the shelves, but after a rather brief announcement note last month, HP has finally given us a big piece to solve the EliteBook Revolve puzzle. So here are the answers to some of the unanswered questions we had about the new convertible tablet.
The EliteBook Revolve’s model number or official name will be the HP EliteBook Revolve 810; although it will be marketed as the former […]
It’s barely the day after New Year’s for some countries like Australia and still January 1st for other places, but there’s already news surfacing about Intel’s next generation Haswell processors. And it’s not good news if you’re lusting after the latest processors (but good news if you’ve just bought or built a new computer) – the launch of Intel’s new 2013 processors are said to be delayed and will launch between the time frame of 27 May and 7 June […]
HP Fansite wishes all readers a well and successful new year 2013. This year marks our 5th year online since starting in November 2008 and we’ve been through our ups and downs covering news and reviews about all things HP (and HP themselves have been through their own troughs and waves and several changes of CEOs in the past couple of years), but we’re still doing it.
A recent rumor about Intel considering a ball-grid array (BGA) layout for their Broadwell processors (due in 2014 as the successor to 2013’s Haswell processors) has prompted unrest in the PC industry, especially enthusiasts, PC builders and consumers with the know-how to do their own repairs/upgrades. The BGA packaging points to CPUs getting soldered directly onto the motherboard, making it impossible to replace without swapping out the motherboard too (we’re already seeing soldered RAM in Apple’s Retina MacBook Pros and […]
While Intel’s Ivy Bridge CPUs have been out since earlier this year, they’ve already got plans to release a variant of processors that will have power consumption reduced down to a mere 10 watts, according to a new mini roadmap that made its way onto the Internet this week. Current low-voltage chips in ultrabooks and tablet hybrids consume 17 watts minimum so Intel is definitely looking into bringing in something even more efficient in 2013 (probably at a slight […]
Surprise, HP just announced a brand new member to their EliteBook line a few minutes ago. Introducing the HP EliteBook Revolve, a convertible tablet that runs Windows 8. On the outside, the EliteBook Revolve looks a lot like a EliteBook 2170p with a 2560p convertible tablet form-factor mixed with a little of HP’s Envy design language sprinkled in.
The Revolve has a chiclet-style keyboard that’s backlit and a fairly large buttonless trackpad (with no pointing stick to be found) and […]
I’ve noticed it too – HP Fansite has seemed a bit bare over the past year! And for good reason – I’ve been focusing on school (going to graduate soon!), work, web design and other side projects. And of course, the biggest reason, HP themselves being rather uninspiring – lack of sending me review units (or even news releases even; how strange!) and decent products but without much ‘wow’ factor (which may or may not be related to HP’s […]