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Hewlett-Packard Company, commonly known as HP, is an American information technology corporation based in Palo Alto, California. From its humble beginnings as a company built by William Redington Hewlett and Dave Packard in a one-car garage during the year 1939, HP is now one of the world's leading PC manufacturers and is recognized as a legendary institution in Silicon Valley. The company's first product was an audio oscillator. Today, HP provides products, technologies, software solutions, and services to individual consumers, small and medium businesses, and large enterprises. Its products include laptops, desktops, AIOs, monitors, scanners, servers, printers, workstations, and the like.

HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printer Revealed

11/03/2014, HP did try to make their way into the world of 3D printing at the turn of the decade, where they rebranded a Stratasys desktop 3D printer. However, that particular effort of theirs failed to be impress, and hence, it must have taken them all this while to...

HP’s Designer Smartwatch Launching On November 7th

11/02/2014, Wearable devices are a hot trend in the market these days and it seems like every other manufacturer is jumping on the bandwagon. HP did too but in a slightly different manner as opposed to its rivals. Instead of developing one on its own and then either...

HP Sprout Brings A Built-In Projector And Touch Mat

10/29/2014, HP’s new PC isn’t something that you would normally find on somebody’s desk. It is a new concept that we heard the company was working on and today it unveiled the product. It is called the HP Sprout and it ditches the traditional...

HP Stream 11 Now On Sale

10/28/2014, The HP Stream 11 is not a normal laptop that you are able to find on the market, and for one very simple reason – the HP Stream 11 will cost just $300 a pop, making it an extremely affordable Windows 8.1-powered laptop. After all, how many of such...

HP Pro Slate 12 Is In The Works

10/28/2014, HP intends to introduce a couple of new Android-powered tablets that will target not regular users, but rather, business users. First of all, there will be the HP Pro Slate 12 that features a 12.3” display at 1600 x 1200 pixel resolution, while there is...

HP 10 Plus Android Tablet Quietly Announced

10/07/2014, HP is a company known for their computers and printers, although they have been dabbling in mobile devices like tablets. Interestingly enough it seems that recently the company has launched the HP 10 Plus tablet without much fanfare. In fact the only...

HP Rumored To Be Splitting Into Two Separate Companies

10/05/2014, Most of us probably know HP as a company that makes a variety of consumer electronic goods, such as desktop computers, laptops, tablets, printers, and at one point in time they even tried their hand at webOS smartphones. However according to a report from...

New HP Stream Tablets And Laptops Announced

09/29/2014, If you’re looking for affordable tablets and laptops, it seems that Microsoft and HP have you covered. HP has recently announced two new tablets and laptops that HP will be adding to its Stream family. The tablets will be priced starting as low as $99,...

HP Slate 17 Spotted

09/25/2014, Some time in July this year, there were whispers of a HP Slate 17 being in the pipeline – and it seems that those rumors have proven themselves to be spot on, no more, no less, as the HP Slate 17 shapes up to be an all-in-one Android desktop/tablet....

HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition Hits The Market

09/17/2014, When it comes to Android-powered tablets, these happen to be dime a dozen, and with so many models for you to pick from, just which particular one do you think is capable of suiting your needs best? Well, HP is not exactly the go-to name when it comes to...

HP Reportedly Considering Snapfish Sale

09/14/2014, Hewlett Packard purchased online photo sharing service Snapfish back in 2005 for over $300 million. The service is currently part and parcel of HP’s printing and personal systems group but if a report is to be believed its time at HP might be...