It looks like ASUS’s recently announced Chromebox will be getting a little competition as HP will be preparing their own Chromebox. This compact desktop machine will run Google’s Chrome OS and will be available in 4 different colors.
HP has finally released its newest laptop featuring the Leap Motion technology. After months of anticipation, the worldwide leader in computer manufacturing has revealed the HP Envy 17 Leap Motion (Special Edition). All the hype created with this newest release can be justified with understanding this Leap Motion technology which enables the users to control the computer with the hand movements in the air. Though the Leap Motion technology was available in the Leap Motion controller, it’s the first time the technology has ever been housed inside a laptop.
HP has finally revealed its Chromebook 14 which is the first of its type to come equipped with the Haswell processors. It has been introduced with the highlights of giving fast access to the web, allowing ease of work and a 4G (which is optional) which ensures connectivity at all times.
With the new Z series, HP has announced its most exciting portable workstations which also feature the all-new 14-inch Ultrabook variant, the ZBook 14 which is the first workstation Ultrabook to be introduced. Whereas the ZBook 15 and 17 are available, we don’t expect to see the ZBook 14 any sooner than late October. This innovative portfolio incorporates three new HP ZBook Mobile Workstations, processor and graphics enhancements to the award-winning line of HP Z Desktop Workstations, and two new HP Z Displays.
HP has just announced their ENVY Recline All-in-One PC series. They say these new all-in-one systems offer “the best, most immersive touch experience available on an All-in-One PC.” The ENVY Recline’s design allows users to pivot the touchscreen lower and closer making interaction more accessible and comfortable.
It seems like the big tablet / AIO market has become one of the main interests of many PC and device makers. We can well agree with the fact when Samsung announced it ATIV Q tablet which is a 13 inch convertible slate running both Windows 8 and Android 4.2 and now it looks like that HP is has the same plan cooking in its mind. Yes! It’s true; HP is planning to move on with its own line of devices with another major desktop AIO.
Yes you got that right the traditional tower desktops are still getting refreshed. HP has just introduced its five new towers in their desktop line up starting from there space saving mini PC to high definition gaming ones. Intel’s new Haswell processors will be offered across the board on all desktops. There’s a lot to know about the specifications for each, so for the sake of convenience we have mentioned them one by one.
HP has officially announced the all in one HP Envy Rove 20. First Sony released the Tap 20, Lenovo tagged along with its Horizon and now HP has come up with three new gadgets. It’s an all in one touch screen that you can actually grab and carry around anywhere from room to room. It’s a tablet PC with a 20 inch touch screen. An added advantage is its push button at the back which releases a hinge so you don’t have to open the stand with your hand. This spring-loaded frame folds flat in the frame behind. It weighs 11.86 pounds which can be considered portable but at the sometime it’s a half pound heavier than the Sony’s Tap 20. Screen resolution is 1080p which is extremely smooth allowing you to operate it as more of a tablet or a twenty first century board game machine.
Yesterday we talked about HP’s Split X2. HP also announced the Android-based SlateBook X2. HP with its SlateBook is going a step further by introducing the latest offering from NVIDIA, the ‘Tegra4’ in its Android tablet.
After the success with its Envy X2, HP has announced 2 of its new products the Split x2 which is a Windows 8 hybrid and the SlateBook x2 Android tablet. HP launched Envy X2, its Windows 8 Hybrid PC powered by Intel’s mobile “Clover Trail” processor and it did well in the market and now HP is all set to introduce Split X2 which is another Windows hybrid PC running Windows 8 but this time HP is going big by using Intel’s laptop processor in it.