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  • HP sheds some more light on the Omen X VR PC backpack

    HP sheds some more light on the Omen X VR PC backpack

    The Omen X by HP VR PC is nothing if not compelling. The company showed off a picture of the concept earlier today and let slip a smattering of details around the backpack PC, but not much else. No press release, no product page. It was a fairly usual announcement for HP. The hardware company’s VP of Consumer PC & Solutions Mike Nash agreed to shed a bit more light on the… Read More

  • HP and MSI hope to convince you to carry a VR rig on your back like a Ghostbuster

    HP and MSI hope to convince you to carry a VR rig on your back like a Ghostbuster

    A number of companies seem to have a firm grasp on the headset bit, and while the controller aspect is certainly in flux, we’ve seen a handful of compelling solutions on that front. But what about the PC part? Sure, plenty of computer makers have created powerful, compliant systems ready for the upcoming VR boom, but for a technology designed to offer some semblance of digital freedom… Read More

  • HP unveils a bunch of new Omen gaming hardware

    HP unveils a bunch of new Omen gaming hardware

    To be fair, an omen isn’t necessarily a portent of negative things. If it was, we wouldn’t feel obligated to qualify it using words like “bad.” Still, the word carries with it some fairly ominous overtones, surely not helped by the 1979 film that carried the title, centering around a young antichrist. And if HP is attempting to leave things open to interpretation… Read More

  • HP’s 3D printers pave the way for an interesting future Crunch Network

    HP’s 3D printers pave the way for an interesting future

    In the two years since HP announced it was entering the 3D printing space speculation arose regarding what exactly the PC giant would launch? Home 3D printers for the masses? All-in-one manufacturing machines? Amazing teleportation devices? Nope. They launched a big printer for industrial users that prints in full color in a way that is unique in the industry. The bottom line? HP made an… Read More

  • HP’s new industrial 3D printer is focused on prototyping and small-run production

    HP’s new industrial 3D printer is focused on prototyping and small-run production

    With a still unannounced price and a footprint the size of a washing machine (as The BBC handily points out), the Jet Fusion 3D 4200 is big and (most likely) expensive. But HP is also positioning the big ole industrial machine as an entry into a new paradigm for 3D printing, calling it, “the world’s first production-ready 3D printing system.” Other giants in the space… Read More

  • Yes, it’s early May, but here are some new HP back-to-school Pavilion PCs

    Yes, it’s early May, but here are some new HP back-to-school Pavilion PCs

    It’s May, and students everywhere are making last-minute preparations for the prom and eagerly watching the clocks tick down to summer break. But HP’s here to remind you that back-to-school season is just around that next corner, as the world continues mercilessly spinning forward. The computer maker’s got a big lead on the fall with a new series of devices aimed at… Read More

  • HP and Google join forces for a souped-up metal Chromebook

    HP and Google join forces for a souped-up metal Chromebook

    You know it’s not just any old Chromebook when Google and HP team up for the thing’s product launch. And indeed, the HP Chromebook 13 looks to be a pretty compelling alternative to the MacBook upgrade Apple ushered into the world last week. The laptop makes a compelling case both in terms of looks and muscle, sporting a 2.8-pound all-metal design, measuring half an inch thick and… Read More

  • OpenText acquires HP customer experience content management for $170 million

    OpenText acquires HP customer experience content management for $170 million

    OpenText, the Canadian content management company, announced today that it was buying much of the customer experience content management business from HP Inc, the consumer printer business that emerged after the HP split last year. The deal was for approximately $170 million, according to a statement released by OpenText. What’s more OpenText expects the assets to generate… Read More

  • HP Announces Yet Another Mobile Product That Will Fail

    HP Announces Yet Another Mobile Product That Will Fail

    HP clearly didn’t get the memo that Windows Phone is dead. Meet HP’s first flagship smartphone since the Palm Pre 3. HP calls Elite x3 a “revolutionary mobile platform” but it’s not. It’s just another also-ran from HP. Read More

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