September 15, 2009

9/15 Crave: The gadget blog

Crave: The gadget blog

HP gets an Ion-powered HD Netbook (and a stylebook)

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We said we noticed a recent trend of better-resolution HD screens showing up in Netbooks, and we like the direction. HP apparently does too, as their newly-announced HP Mini 311 includes an 11.6-inch 1366x768 screen, a resolution that's standard in most laptops but not in most


HP 13-inch laptops bring on aluminum and affordability

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As we gear up for Windows 7, manufacturers are lining up their latest updated models to catch your consumer eye. HP's newest 13-inch laptops, the HP ProBook 5310m and HP Pavilion dm3, both toss in fancy aluminum frames, but with different internal stories. The ProBook 5310m has ...

HP introduces first non-touch all-in-one

Prior to this evening's announcement of the Pavilion All-In-One MS214, HP has never carried a traditional all-in-one in its desktop lineup. Its TouchSmart line brought touch computing to the all-in-one back in 2007, but the MS214 is the company's first attempt at a no-frills all-in-one.

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HP launches new SmartMedia network storage servers

The new SmartMedia EX495 from HP.

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I reviewed the HP MediaSmart LX190 a while ago, and though I wished it had more storage, I still gave it the editors' choice award for its great performance. And now both the storage and performance have been increased.

HP ...

HP's new business monitors not bad for non-business people

The 24-inch LA2405wg...they could have chosen a more exciting screenshot. Just saying.

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HP is known for both consumer and business monitors. With their latest batch of business-focused displays they are seemingly attempting to meld the two categories.

On Tuesday HP announced three new business monitors that have ...

HP goes high-end with two new Envy laptops

HP's slick new Envy 13.

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Ditching the Voodoo branding of the first Envy laptop, HP is aiming at the very upper ends of the market with its new Envy 13 and Envy 15 laptops, both announced today.

HP calls the 15-inch version, "the company's fastest ...

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