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.
Hewlett-Packard has sold some remarkable PCs over the years. Lest we forget, it sold today's Ultrabook equivalent back in 2000.
Hewlett-Packard is updating its line of business ultraportable laptops with Intel's latest chips.
A quick peek at the lineups of new laptops from Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba, and Dell make it clear that laptop prices are diving.
Solid-state drives are still a pricey alternative to hard disks, even as drive makers jockey for position with ever more capacious offerings.
Hot on the heels of a similar announcement by Samsung, Micron says that its drive will be available for consumer use in March.
At WinHEC 2008, the software maker will talk about better solid-state drive support and performance on Windows 7.
Apple's decision to use Nividia is turning some heads and portends more design wins. But will it end Intel's market share lead in graphics?
The HP EliteBook 2530p and 2730p feature new DuraCase exterior.
The EliteBook 2530p and 2730p feature upcoming Intel 45-nanometer ultra-low-voltage processors, and the option for an 80GB solid-state drive.