Those waiting for the storm to pass before heading out to buy an HP Chromebook 11 might need to get their wallets ready soon. A new version of the Chromebook, complete with a hopefully better charger, is going out to some owners
Google and HP have recently begun the recall process for the Chromebook 11 charger. The charger was one of the reasons this particular Chromebook attracted some attention at launch, it is microUSB and similar to the one you
HP released the Chromebook 11 back in October, only to have it pulled from the shelves a month later. The Chromebook was pulled due to issues with the charger. At the time HP had said a "small number" of user reports showed the
HP officially announced the Chromebook 11 back in early-October. This model arrived as a Chromebook with an 11.6-inch display and while there was some mention of the color options at launch, there was something slightly more
HP originally unveiled the Slate 8 Pro and Slate 7 Extreme back in September. That announcement also included the Slate 7 HD and Slate 10 HD. But the key for today is the Pro and Extreme models as they have both begun to arrive
It seems that HP is quite in a rush to get out an affordable tablet that will try to endear itself to budget-conscious buyers this coming Friday. Teaming up with Walmart, the PC maker will be selling the 7-inch Mesquite tablet
HP has had a less than stellar history with Android in the past, but it seems to be quite intent on making up for that. If these latest sightings become reality, then we might be seeing two new Android devices from the PC maker,
Retailers everywhere have stopped selling the new HP Chromebook 11, effective immediately. Best Buy store managers were sent a memo which read, in part, “Stores should stop selling the HP Chromebook 11 effective immediately”.
For some unknown reason or puprose, HP is reviving the use of the Compaq brand for some new devices. However, don't expect to see these soon as these low-end tablets are heading for the Chinese market. Continue Reading...
The HP Slate tablets have been on our radar for some time now, though nothing of note has materialized. Now we see that HP has slid two different models through the FCC, though not much is known about them. Other than at least