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HP Compaq 2510p

HP's no-nonsense ultraportable laptop scores for its solid construction and some biz-friendly features, but the Compaq 2510p costs just as much as the flashy, consumer-oriented competition. Choose this ultraportable only if security concerns and IT manageability are paramount.

By August 6, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating August 6, 2007

MSRP: $1,499.00


HP and Apple face-off: EliteBook vs. MacBook

As Hewlett-Packard considers its options for the PC business--the world's largest--it's a good time to take a look at one of the company's premier business laptops and compare it to the MacBook Air, Apple's premier notebook.

By September 25, 2011


HP fiddles while Apple innovates

Hewlett-Packard is a company with deep roots in Silicon Valley. But you would never know it. Most of the device innovation comes from its Valley neighbor, Apple.

By July 9, 2011


Firefox 'CPU resources' issue better but not gone

Mozilla has made strides in alleviating a longstanding CPU usage issue that, in some cases, caused small laptops to overheat.

By July 27, 2010


One Droid X killer feature the iPhone 4 lacks

The iPhone 4's FaceTime isn't the only killer smartphone feature out there. Motorola's Droid X sports a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.

By June 27, 2010


Reinventing the MacBook Air

How does Apple reconceive the MacBook Air as the trendsetting laptop approaches its second anniversary? Some thoughts.

By December 30, 2009


The MacBook and Blackberry Storm are a pair

Apple has yet to offer built-in 3G on the MacBook. But phones like the Blackberry Storm provide a suitable workaround.

By February 1, 2009


SanDisk, Samsung tout new Netbook, server SSDs

SanDisk and Samsung are introducing new solid-state drives for the Netbook and enterprise markets, respectively.

By January 6, 2009


The MacBook Air's fatal wireless flaw

The laptop's lack of a 3G modem takes away from its skinny design.

By December 14, 2008


New MacBook Air's newness lies within

The MacBook Air looks the same. But it's not.

By October 19, 2008