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HP 2010i, 2210m, 2310m and 2710m monitors unleashed

05/26/2010, Looking for a new monitor? Don’t worry, HP hopes to have all the bases covered with a quartet of new models which come in the form of the 20″ 2010i (seen above), 21.5″ 2210m, 23″ 2310m and 27″ 2710m. The smallest among them...

HP issues recall of notebook batteries

05/23/2010, HP has issued a recall of notebook batteries due to them being a fire hazard, where since May 2009, eleven people have been injured due to faulty batteries in HP notebooks no thanks to overheating and explosions. The batteries affected can be found in...

HP Working On A Flexible Dick Tracy Watch Computer For US Troops

05/20/2010, HP is certainly no stranger to flexible displays or wrist-mounted displays, and now reports are in that the computing giant is busy working on a solar-powered watch for the US military that is based on such flexible display technology – dubbed the...

HP Thinks That Cows Could Power Server Farms

05/20/2010, While most people wouldn’t want to have anything to do with cow manure, the folks over at HP have taken a special interest in it. Why is HP busy checking out dairy cows? Turns out that they think that they could turn manure into fuel. Cow manure is...

HP Envy 17 Begins To Ship

05/19/2010, Do you remember the cool looking HP Envy 17 that was announced a short while ago? If you’ve been disciplined enough to be saving your pennies, you’re now able to pick up this large-screen laptop, with the base price of it going for $1,399. Of...

HP could include webOS in printers of the future

05/18/2010, After acquiring Palm, HP is quick to get off the mark by finding a way to utilize the webOS plaform, and according to HP CEO Mark Hurd, “We expect to leverage webOS in a number of form factors, including slates and Web-connected printers....

HP TouchSmart tm2 to receive Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors

05/07/2010, HP aims to improve the TouchSmart tm2 with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors that ought to introduce a decent performance boost, compared to what the CULV-based, low-power Core 2 Duo processor offers at the moment. These new notebooks are touted to hit...

HP Pavilion DM1 gets new AMD processors

05/06/2010, It seems that the new AMD processors that will see action in the HP Pavilion DM1 would be those from the 45nm mould, and not similar to the ones found in the ThinkPad X100e series. It will retain the similar chassis which is the one used by the HP Mini...

HP Mini 210 gets updated design

05/05/2010, HP took the tried and tested route of introducing a new design for their HP Mini 210 netbook, where it will come in preppy pink and white crystal options. The former will sport a pink, plaid-like design with HP Imprint 3-D, touted to be the...

HP Introduces 14 and 17-inch Envy Notebooks

05/05/2010, HP’s Envy line of notebooks is rather popular, and it seems that we were right when we predicted that 14-inch and 17-inch models would be appearing. HP has announced two new Envy notebooks in said sizes and despite what you may think of optical...

HP App Download Store

04/29/2010, Turns out that everybody wants to emulate Apple with its App Store success and next up HP has announced the launch of its HP Download Store which aims to make things easier for netbook users without a CD-ROM drive, though it’ll work fine for your...

Rumor: HP Decides To Kill Its Windows 7 Slate Plans

04/29/2010, This is still very much a rumor at the moment, and considering the amount of publicity the device has got before this, we are more than a little suspicious. Word is going around that HP has decided to kill off its Windows 7 tablet computer, the HP Slate....

Compaq Airlife 100 To Ship In Spain This May

04/29/2010, The Compaq Airlife 100 smartbook is an interesting device, and while we’re looking forward to checking it out, the bad news is that it might not reach the US. Folks in Spain are a little luckier, though, as the smartbook will be going on...