HP has unveiled a bunch of new products that will be launching in time for the holiday shopping season. Among the new products are several new Chromebook computers including new 11-inch HP Chromebook and a new 14-inch HP Chromebook.
Google Now might soon have a more prominent role in the workplace if this alliance of enterprise companies manages to pull through. Google and HP, as well as other unnamed entities, are said to be in discussion about a partnership that could give Google Now an even wider vocabulary, particularly one that can speak finances and inventories.
The HP SlateBook 14 was announced in June, which we dutifully covered for all of you here. But the big announcement now is that the 14-inch Android netbook-slash-laptop replacement is now shipping and you could actually get yourself one for USD$430. But the question really is, would you want to? Allow us to remind you what you’re potentially getting into.
Heads up! There’s news that Hewlett-Packard is teaming up with luxury fashion designer Michael Bastian and e-commerce outfit Gilt Groupe in developing a smartwatch. With all kinds of companies jumping into the “wearables” bandwagon, HP is making sure that it doesn’t get left behind. But the team-up with Bastian – and the concept photos – say a lot about what the tech company is planning to put out.
Hewlett-Packard is set to add to an already loaded tablet market with three new products – the HP Slate 10 Plus, the HP Slate 8 Plus, and the HP 10 Plus. The three products already have official images, but have not been officially launched, this according to German tech site Mobilegeeks.de. The devices may be launched within the next few weeks. Let’s take a closer look at how these new tablets stack up.
It could be that HP is working on a new Android device with curious high-performance specs. Or it could be nothing. Still, the GFXBench device performance website marked the visit and benchmarking of one such device known only as “HP red”, and listed down the specs for posterity.
Over the weekend, HP officially unveiled two notebook devices for fans of Google's software bundles. These include the Android-powered Slatebook leaked last month, as well as new variants of the company's existing Chromebook 11 series.
HP just loves its affordable mobile devices. After outing a series of Chromebooks, the company is back to its Android tablet line, this time with another 7-inch HP 7 Plus slab that will probably keep your wallet happier than your eyes or fingers.
Trying to corner yet another segment of the growing mobile market, HP is reported to soon out a new Slatebook 14 Android device. But rather than sport the hybrid tablet/laptop form of the Slatebook x2, the Slatebook 14 is a full-fledged notebook sporting almost the same specs as the older model.
Trying to make up for lost time in the Android market, HP is starting to out more and more devices for various market tiers. With a name that has both "Pro" and "Business", one might expect an even bigger enterprise focus, but buyers might be a wee bit disappointed by the truth.