HP has announced a host of computing machines -- the ruggedised EliteBook 2740p multi-touch tablet and 2540p laptop, and a bunch of new ProBooks
Updated with Core i5 and i7 processors, HP's new EliteBook 2540p and 2740p business mini-laptops get a mini-facelift.
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.
Is Hewlett-Packard making a supremely savvy move by dumping its PC business or a supremely stupid one?
Hewlett-Packard has sold some remarkable PCs over the years. Lest we forget, it sold today's Ultrabook equivalent back in 2000.
Hewlett-Packard will release a business ultraportable that updates its successful EliteBook 2540p laptop and adds new processors, among other features.
Chip giant is now offering a massive 600GB solid-state drive. That's just about as big as these ultra-fast storage devices get these days. As always, the extra speed comes at a price.
Major PC makers have close--but no direct--competitors to the 2.3-pound MacBook Air. Will Apple force the top five laptop suppliers to address this market segment? Or will Apple's cachet keep rivals at bay?
Intel has updated its processor pricing list with new Core i series chips. The update focuses on Core i5 and i7 chips for laptops and mobile devices.
It wouldn't be for everybody, but a 12-inch MacBook would fit neatly into Apple's current lineup.