HP MB Chronowing
Nov03

HP MB Chronowing

HP confirmed it would be present in the smartwatch market a few months ago and today the first product was launched. The computing giant showed off a new device designed by Michael Bastian, the MB Chronowing. Using a well-respected American fashion designer to design the wearable tells us clearly what HP’s main intent was with this product. While most smartwatches are attempting to get the most of style and usability, HP's Chronowing...

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HP shows off new high end smart watch
Aug01

HP shows off new high end smart watch

Perhaps HP throwing its hat into the wearable market is showing that the nascent trend is taking off. Not that HP is out of the mainstream, but when the company teams up with a designer to create what will probably be a hugely expensive smart watch, we guess that the consumer is ready for the niche. Sales of smart watches may not give companies enthusiasm, but they all believe that this is the next tech frontier. HP and US designer...

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HP will still use Beats partnership despite Apple deal
May29

HP will still use Beats partnership despite Apple deal

Yes, the deal that brings Beat Electronics under Apple's sizable wing is dominating the news headlines in tech and beyond today. However, if you thought that any product with Beats on it in the future will also have an Apple logo, you would be wrong. It seems the audio company famed for its headphones still has some other commitments to fulfill. You will still to be able to get Beats branding on the good old PC as the company's deal...

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HP Slate7 goes on sale for $169.99

HP Slate7 was officially announced earlier this year at MWC and starting today is available for purchase. Check the hands on video after the break. The HP Slate features a 7-inch (1024x600) display, a 1.6GHz ARM A9 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage expandable via microSD card, 3-megapixel back camera, VGA camera on the front, Beats Audio and run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It is available in silver and red from the...

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HP TouchPad: Lessons Learnt

While HP restrategises its use of WebOS, what can other companies learn from their product release and the 'demise' of the TouchPad in order to be strong players in the growing tablet market? In July 2011, HP made an enthusiastic re-entry into the tablet market with its launch of the WebOS based Touchpad. Before this, the company’s purchase of rights to WebOS had created some buzz particularly among buyers of the Palm...

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