» Posts tagged with "HP"
Posts tagged with "HP"
May. 2 |
The novel gesture-based input device is taking off.
Touch is great, except when it’s not convenient to touch. Leap Motion is a motion-control sensor that has captured the attention of users and OEMs in a big way. The company’s product is a small...
Apr. 11 |
Game developers prefer to use the video cards their customers use, but can benefit from the horsepower in engineering workstations.
In an age of fragmenting platforms, the winners are the companies who understand their customers, can find them, and can...
Mar. 12 |
Lenovo market shares drops after seven quarters of gain; Dell’s status as a private company is a big question mark.
Computer workstation vendors shipped about 934,000 branded workstations during the fourth quarter of 2012, essentially flat from the...
Feb. 19 |
The fourth Chromebook vendor offers the first 14” screen.
HP is now the fourth computer vendor to offer a Chromebook, the notebook specification based on Google technology. The new HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook differentiates itself from models by Samsung,...
Dec. 14 |
Now you can twist and turn the whole night long. Pricing yet to be determined.
HP went to Germany recently to introduce its Windows 8 11.6-inch Elitebook Revolve, which can be used either as a laptop or a tablet.
The Elitebook Revolve is designed so...
Dec. 13 |
Similar technologies, but far different usage models mean workstations sales will continue to grow, unlike the larger PC market.
[Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of year-in-review articles from the Jon Peddie Research team.]
By Alex Herrera
Dec. 10 |
Unlike the broader PC market, workstations are not nearly as threatened by tablets and smartphones as general-purpose desktop and notebook computers.
The clouds appear to be clearing. Workstation vendors had to be relieved by third quarter market results,...
Oct. 25 |
HP, Océ, Canon, and others already have loyal customers; can Epson find a niche?
Epson America today introduced a new line of large-format ink-jet color plotters, joining a crowded field dominated by HP. Epson is counting on newer technology, high quality...
Oct. 15 |
The first four of many will be on the market by the end of the month. How will Apple respond?
By Jon Peddie
Intel previewed a wave of Win8-based tablets in San Francisco over the past week. They were powered by the new 32-nm Atom Z2760 Cloverdale microprocessor...
Oct. 1 |
More than a dozen companies are coming to market with tablets in the near future. JPR says it’s all about the screen.
By the staff of Jon Peddie Research
[Editor’s Note: Jon Peddie Research is preparing a new report on tablets as a distinct segment...