Not enough USB ports on your notebook? Or wanna charge more than one device using a USB wall charger? Well, this might come in handy for some – the official HP USB hub. It houses 4 USB ports and has a single cable which plugs into any USB port. So you can plug in four times as many things into a single USB port (don’t expect super high speeds for data transfer though). The design is also quite stylish and […]
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HP updated their Pavilion dv7t entertainment notebook PC today with a few new features. The notebook now features a true 16:9 widescreen LCD, which measures 17.3 inches diagonally (A tad larger than the original dv7’s 17 inch screen) but only with maximum resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. You also get to choose between a 512 MB or 1 GB dedicated graphics card (both by ATI) and a black or silver-white design. There’s a Quad-core configuration as […]
BUSTED! Left 4 Dead works nicely with all settings maxed out on the HP Elitebook 8730w Mobile Workstation PC. The unit I used for testing had a T9400 2.53 GHz Intel Centrino 2 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 1 GB of graphics (Nvidia Quadro FX3700M), Windows Vista Ultimate and a lovely 17 inch Dream Color display. And the game settings were as follows:
1920 x 1200 full HD resolution, played on full screen
Film grain – Maxed out
Anti-aliasing – 16X MSAA
16X anisotropic […]
And it was officially confirmed last week; right from the horse’s mouth too! Now can we see some new stuff, which are more up-to-date, that will be competitive with those other manufacturers (or preferably, with absolutely kick-ass features/specifications) when they get announced? And please don’t take months to deliver them to store shelves. And maybe we’ll see one of those Windows Mobile UI overlays/add ons…*ahem* use Touchsmart design team *ahem*
For me, even very tiny, subtle hints of future products like […]
I recently got my hands on a retail version of HP’s iPAQ Data Messenger phone (European version).
It’s a nice, simple and stylish looking Pocket PC phone which is a tad smaller than the iPAQ 600 I have. To summarize in one sentence what the HP Data Messenger is all about, it’s actually a slightly smaller iPAQ 600 with a QWERTY keyboard and more fashion sense.
The main features of the HP iPAQ Data Messenger is a 2.8 inch QVGA (320 X […]
Being a person who enjoys keeping up with the latest features of products and frequently updates software, I installed an update for the HP Elitebook 8730w’s Nvidia Quadro FX3700M graphics card via Windows Update yesterday. It was called “nVidia – Display – FX3700M”… upon restart, I found the screen brightness of the HP Elitebook 8730w was about 10 to 15% dimmer than usual and the colors became out of whack, even with the brightness cranked up to the max and […]
Netbook? Who needs a netbook when you can have THIS! The HP Elitebook 2530p blows away literally any netbook in the market, looking utterly stylish (sexy?) while at it. Of course, such greatness comes at a price – you could buy several netbooks with the price of just ONE Elitebook.
Still, that won’t stop me from comparing the Elitebook 2530p to my humble Mini 2133 and the 2140… (excuse the tiny wireless mouse dongle connected to the Elitebook in the picture […]
What’s the perfect match for a HP Elitebook notebook PC? Why, a HP Elitebook USB flash drive with 16 gigs of memory, of course
Sure there are plenty of 16 GB flash drives out there… but this one has a slide in/out connector (in a world of flash drives using caps and covers) which eliminates the need for a separate cap for protection AND it matches any HP Elitebook notebook PC perfectly. And did I mention this thing reads at 40-45 […]