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The Envy 4 is one of the most affordable notebooks in HP's traditionally premium Envy range. And with discrete graphics, a built-in subwoofer and a 14-inch screen, it's certainly one of the most feature packed offerings out there. But is it really as good as it seems? Read on to find out.
The HP Z1 is touted as the world's first customizable and upgradeable all-in-on workstation. We check it out and put it through our rigorous testing to see if it has the brawn to match its stylish looks.
Last year's HP Pavilion dv6 (2011) displayed a good mix of power, and affordability. But will the Ivy Bridge update and design refresh for this year's new dv6 improve on an already well rounded notebook? We find out in this detailed review of its improvements and if it can still impress.
Along with a host of new Ultrabooks, HP also revealed a number of new printers at their Global Influencer Summit in Shanghai, China that respond to the needs of today's on-the-go and Web-connected users.
In August last year, HP declared that they would be spinning off their PC division and bowing out of the hardware business altogether. Today, things are looking decidedly different with the unveiling of HP's second generation Ultrabook lineup at their Global Influencer Summit held in Shanghai, China.
The HP Folio 13 Ultrabook may look like it came from HP's Elitebook series, but it shares more than just an Elitebook's looks - without its hefty price. Read on to find out just what makes it stand out in the sea of Ultrabooks.
HP's Envy 14 Spectre wowed us at CES 2012, but looks can be deceiving. In this full review we find out if this 'premium Ultrabook' is worth the extra price, or if it's just a big, shiny, fingerprint magnet. Read on for the finer details.
HP's TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 is a color laser multifunction printer that handles its scanning function very differently from other MFPs out there; it literally employs a digital camera to capture the items. This makes it useful for 'scanning' 3D objects too. So is it any good? Let's find out.
This year, HP seems to be doing a major revamp on their top tier Envy line-up of notebooks. First up is the entertainment class HP Envy 15 - constructed from aluminum and featuring Beats audio, a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and an AMD Radeon HD 6750M GPU.
The HP Z1 Workstation is the only all-in-one system in the world that is user serviceable. In this article, we'll take the workstation apart to give you an inside look of this highly talked about product.