HP announced on April 22 that it will begin selling an updated version of its HP Pavilion x360 notebook on its website on May 13. This edition comes with a touchscreen and a display that can be pushed back 360 degrees.
Non-Volatile Storage Express, the new standard for solid state drives, is taking the PC world by storm. Four manufacturers have announced drives based on the standard, and motherboard makers are releasing adapters to support them.
HP has announced an impressive new 31.5-inch, 4K monitor that promises excellent color gamut and accuracy. It also revealed a line of professional monitors with thin bezels that target multi-monitor users.
HP has transformed its razor-thin gaming laptop, the Omen, into a workstation notebook. The appropriately named Omen Pro offers quad-core processors and Nvidia Quadro graphics, but laptops an UltraHD display option.
The IDC Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker revealed on April 9 that global PC shipments totaled 68.5 million units in the first quarter of 2015. This marks a 6.7 percent year-on-year decline and the lowest total since 2009.
Moving from a widely known audio brand to a luxury brand, HP has entered into a new partnership with Bang & Olufsen in regards to branding and technology for HP's lineup of desktop PCs, laptops and tablets.
HP has revealed the details of its new Spectre x360, a convertible notebook with a 360-degree hinge. While its design isn't unique, the company hopes an excellent keyboard and long-lasting battery will provide an edge.
Hewlett Packard's new Android-based Pro Slate 8 and Pro Slate 12 tablets come with a pleasant surprise: a Duet Pen stylus. This clever tool digitizes what's written on another surface, right onto the screen of the tablet.