HP launching Chromebox devices this Spring

HP launching Chromebox devices this Spring

HP is looking to join the Chromebox ride later this Spring, when it will launch a colorful portfolio of Chrome OS-based devices. Not all details are known yet except that some of these will rock Intel’s powerful Core i7 chips, and that they will be offered both to consumers and businesses. Aside from boasting vibrant…

Lenovo, HP unveil All-in-One Android computers

Lenovo N308 and HP Slate21 Pro

Lenovo and HP think there’s money to be made in Android All-in-One (AiO) computers, hence both companies announced such devices in Vegas, Lenovo N308 and HP Slate21 Pro. The latter is made as a successor to the previous model, HP Slate 21. We don’t have all the details, so we’re going with what we know;…

HP working on low-cost phablets for the emerging markets?

HP working on low-cost phablets for the emerging markets?

HP may be looking to re-enter the smartphone market in the near future. In fact, according to The Information, the company may launch its first mobile device in the next few days, starting with such emerging markets as India, China, and the Philippines. The report goes on suggesting that HP wants to launch phablets that…

HP Slate Android Tablets Now Available

hp slate

Just a few months ago, HP unveiled four new Android powered tablets, two of which rock the powerful NVIDIA Tegra 4. The tablets are now on sale from HP’s website, touting a sleek design and a reasonable price. The HP Slate7 Plus, HP Slate10 HD and the HP Slate8 Pro are all on sale through…

HP launches a trio of budget Compaq tablets in China

HP launches a trio of budget Compaq tablets in China

HP is reviving the Compaq brand in China where the company has unveiled a trio of affordable tablets, all of which rock Allwinner A31s quad-core chip and run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The Compaq 7 is the worst of the pack, sporting a 7-inch 1024×600-pixel TN display that isn’t really visible from many angles. Building…

HP looking to sell webOS mobile patents?

HP looking to sell webOS mobile patents?

When HP sold webOS to LG, it kept Palm’s mobile patent portfolio and webOS cloud services. Two companies agreed on a licensing deal instead, that would allow LG to make webOS-based products (TVs) while paying royalties to HP. The good news for HP is that it can still sell those patents to third parties, and…

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