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HP calls ZBook 14 "world's first workstation Ultrabook"
For videomakers, engineers, photographers, designers and others that need performance and a Thunderbolt connection, HP has unveiled its ZBook range of high-end laptops.
Oct 16 2013, 12:41PM
Campari serves up Windows 8 on HP tablets
Liquor company Campari has equipped its sales and marketing staff with HP ElitePad 900 tablets running Windows 8.
Oct 14 2013, 1:52PM
Why did HP get fined $3 million and could it happen to your business?
Don't know why you need to be very careful about what you say to customers about warranties? You'd better read this.
Jul 10 2013, 11:04AM
Get out from behind the cash register
Another "mobile POS" device which lets you use your tablet computer to handle customer purchases has been announced, this time from HP.
Jun 26 2013, 9:50AM
Faster, lighter, more juice: meet 20 new laptops
Things just got a lot more exciting if you're buying a new laptop. This new crop of 4th generation Intel laptops are better than last year's models in several ways. Find out how.
Jun 14 2013, 1:40PM
Lasers vs inkjets: 12 reviews of budget printers
Should you get an inkjet or a cheap mono laser printer? This roundup compares six inkjets with six mono laser printers.
Jun 12 2013, 1:01PM
HP's Officejet 6700 Premium inkjet printer reviewed
HP’s smart, fully featured all-in-one Officejet 6700 Premium is a competent all-rounder with low running costs. Read the review.
Jun 12 2013, 12:57PM
HP's Photosmart 5520 inkjet printer reviewed
Good-quality prints and a tempting price make HP's Photosmart 5520 inkjet printer an affordable MFD well worth considering. Read the review.
Jun 12 2013, 12:53PM
HP's ElitePad 900: how it's different to the Surface Pro
Buying a tablet to use at work? These photos show why the HP ElitePad 900 G1 is an interesting choice.
May 23 2013, 11:10AM
Bargain: HP's new Slate 7 tablet will only cost $199
HP's 7 inch Android tablet, the Slate 7, will be available at major retail stores like Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi in mid-May at a starting price of $199.
May 13 2013, 11:51AM
Need a LOT more storage?
Do you have multiple offices or servers? Are your systems requiring so much storage your IT person can't keep up? Read on.
May 7 2013, 2:39PM
HP's Officejet Pro X: prints at up to 70 pages per minute
Sick of waiting while large print jobs clog up the print queue? HP has grabbed our attention with claims of up to 70 pages per minute for its new Officejet Pro X printer.
Feb 26 2013, 6:09PM
Run a restaurant, cafe, or outdoor shop? HP's POS survives 40 degree temps
HP's new point-of-sale system could be useful for outdoor dining areas and non air conditioned premises in the hotter parts of the country.
Feb 14 2013, 12:20PM
Tech deals: Get $600 off Dell's XPS 15 laptop
Save hundreds of dollars on the price for the Dell XPS 15, which we once called one of the best 15in laptops on the market.
Nov 20 2012, 12:19PM
The HP Z1 reviewed: deeply impressive, but expensive
A uniquely upgradable design, plenty of power and a stonking screen make the high price of the HP Z1 worth paying. Read the review.
Sep 25 2012, 12:17PM
Windows RT brands announced and Surface price rumoured
A rumour published yesterday by Engadget is suggesting that Microsoft will be undercutting the existing tablet market significantly with a retail price of just $199.
Aug 15 2012, 11:00AM
HP Folio 13 reviewed: Great looks and great battery life
An affordable mix of Ultrabook luxury, great battery life and classy looks, with only a few compromises
Jul 6 2012, 1:54PM
HP's decision on x86 tablets probably good news for business
News that HP will initially release tablets using Windows 8 on x86 processors is good news for business. Here's why.
Jul 3 2012, 10:18AM
Hardware and software prices: Australia vs the US
Our expectation was that some IT essentials would be dearer in Australia than the United States. Here is what we found when we went shopping.
May 10 2012, 4:56PM
Get a "double-duty" laptop for work and home
The new HP Elitebook Folio laptop shows that you don't have to ditch your brick of a business laptop when the work day ends.
May 9 2012, 5:38PM
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