» Posts tagged with "HP"
Posts tagged with "HP"
Oct. 28 |
The companies you know as computer makers buy, not make, all the component parts. Who’s to say the component makers can’t get into the game as well?
By Jon Peddie
Perhaps you’ve noticed the subtle but unrelenting move by component suppliers to enter...
Sep. 30 |
Up to E-size color prints and scans in a tight footprint.
HP extends its Designjet line of workgroup large-format printers with a new multi-function model, the HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer (EMP). Designed for AEC and GIS firms as well...
Sep. 26 |
A refresh for the deskside, a svelte new line of notebooks, new high-end monitors, and Thunderbolt I/O. HP intends to stay on top in workstations.
By Alex Herrera
HP’s workstation division from Fort Collins, Colorado recently showed off their...
Sep. 20 |
Dell, HP, and Fujitsu are ready on Day One with new workstations; Lenovo and Apple will be along shortly.
[Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a two-part series on next-generation CPUs from Intel. Yesterday’s article (Intel launches next-generation...
Sep. 2 |
The “Blade Workstation” given a broader role to play in remote graphics
By Alex Herrera
HP recently announced it was supporting Nvidia’s GRID technology in its next-generation graphics server blade, the HP WS460c. And while we’ve long expected...
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...