Posts Tagged: "HP"

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Unidentified WebOS Device Has Retina Display Resolution


We’ve got some rather intriguing information about what could be either HP’s webOS tablet, or an upcoming smartphone, that matches the quality of the iPhone 4 Retina Display. WebOS 2.0 is the hotly anticipated upgrade to Palm’s mobile OS, and it might’ve been outed through a game, of all things....


Rumor: PalmPad To Be Released Q1 2011?


Last we heard about HP’s webOS tablet, or the ‘Palmpad,’ was that it might feature a stylus along with the now-standard multi-touch display. We don’t have a confirmation about that yet, but there are rumblings of a pretty soon release for the thing — Q1 2011, to be exact. An...

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HP’s Slate Is Alive After All


We know all about the PalmPad now (or at least, a little about it), but word has come out that HP’s Windows 7 tablet, the Slate, is still alive and kicking. So yes, there will be both a Slate and a PalmPad, and it looks like both will be getting...

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Rumor: HP’s PalmPad To Have Stylus Support


Just yesterday we told you about HP’s “PalmPad” trademark, and now new details are leaking out that make this tablet even more enticing. According to the same source that leaked both the tablet’s existence and name trademarking, the “PalmPad” (a tentative title) will include digital pen support along with the...

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The HP Tablet Saga Continues: “Palmpad” Trademark Registered


The saga of HP’s tablet continues. HP has filed a trademark for the “Palmpad,” which is quite the evidence that a Web OS tablet is arriving sometime within the next year. The trademark states that the name is for Computers, computer hardware, computer software, computer peripherals, portable computers, handheld and...


Rumor: HP Slate To Run Windows 7 After All?


If you recall, we’ve been speculating on the future of HP’s Slate for a few months now, wondering if the tablet would be running Windows 7 or HP’s recently acquired WebOS. It looks like we may finally have an (unofficial) answer, as a page about the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference...


HP Mini 110 & 210 Get Processor & RAM Upgrades


Two of the most popular netbooks on the market, the HP Mini 110 & 210 HD, have gotten a small but significant boost today with the addition of Intel Atom N455 and Atom 475 CPU options. The 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 is now the standard CPU option for the netbooks, with...


Easy iPad Printing Is Here Thanks To HP’s Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a


HP’s new wireless printer has got a killer app, one might say, something you don’t say too often with printers. The Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a’s ePrint feature allows users to wirelessly print e-mails and attachments without installing any special drivers, thanks to 802.11n WiFi. That means that, yes, printing from the...


The HP Mini 100e Is A Netbook For Students


The lack of good education for kids worldwide is something we should be very concerned about. Back before Facebook and a million other distractions online, I remember computers being used to teach me a lot of valuable skills I still know to this day. So it’s nice to see that...


HP’s ZR30w Gets Fully Detailed, Still Green


Hey, remember that HP ZR30w monitor we talked about recently? Oh, it was just yesterday? Well, in a bid to stay ahead of the game, we hit that news before we could get an official PR with all the specs — and boy, is this thing pretty in almost every...


HP’s ZR30w LCD Monitor Is Environmentally Sound


At first glance, HP’s new ZR30w 30-inch LCD screen looks nice, but not incredibly impressive, like a million other LCD monitors before it. But there are some specs going on here that are pretty impressive if you’re environmentally conscious. It’s got a low power consumption, and its aluminum-clad chassis is...