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HP Q3 2013 droops; Whitman praises ability to predict sliding finances

HP Q3 2013 droops; Whitman praises ability to predict sliding finances

HP saw Q3 2013 revenue fall 8-percent year on year, mustering $27.2bn in a disappointing quarter in which the most positive thing CEO Meg Whitman could say is that the company delivered exactly the shrinking finances it had previously predicted. "We once again achieved the financial performance we said we would" Whitman said today, as HP revealed cash flow had dropped 6-percent to $2.7bn as every division bar software recorded a drop in revenues.

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HP ENVY Rove 20 Review

HP ENVY Rove 20 Review

Is it a tablet, or an All-in-One PC, or some hybrid of the two? The HP ENVY Rove 20 walks the line in-between, a 20-inch desktop that, thanks to an onboard battery, can make the trip from home office, to kitchen, to bedroom, and back without interrupting what you're working on or watching. Windows 8 is all about touch and convergence, and the ENVY Rove 20 delivers on both, but is it best of both worlds or just a compromise? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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HP Z230 Tower and SFF Workstation designed for expansion

HP Z230 Tower and SFF Workstation designed for expansion

With the release of HP's next-generation workstations in the HP Z230 Tower and SFF, the company brings a combination of compact bodies and energy efficient constructs to keep them current in today's business environment. The HP Z230 comes in two main configurations, both of them with a set of possible configurations therein. Both units are being pushed at the same time as a series of Z Displays that'll compliment their next-generation abilities.

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HP Z Displays revealed for Full HD on four-way adjustable stands

HP Z Displays revealed for Full HD on four-way adjustable stands

This week HP is bringing on the full collection of workhorse-ready workstations for the public, hitting the image side of things with three high-powered Z Displays. These displays go by the names HP Z22i, Z23i, and Z24i, bringing with them maneuverability and power savings over their previous generation entries by a cool 26 percent. Each of them is specifically tuned to be top-notch in the sRGB color space as well, offering between 95 and 99 percent coverage as well as a wide spread of viewing angles for future-aimed workspaces.

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HP Android smartphone returns with “Brave” specifications [UPDATE: HP Denies]

HP Android smartphone returns with “Brave” specifications [UPDATE: HP Denies]

It's time to get serious about HP releasing another smartphone, in this case code-named HP Brave and ready for Android excellence. This device is being teased as rolling with GSM/WCDMA/LTE abilities right out of the box paired with a 4.5-inch 900 x 1600 pixel display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor. You know what that means? It means that HP somehow made a mistake and put a display from 2012 on a device that's got enough power under the hood to work with a panel from 2014.

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HP EliteDisplay E271i 27-inch LED Backlit Monitor spins for your unique neck

HP EliteDisplay E271i 27-inch LED Backlit Monitor spins for your unique neck

This week the folks at HP have introduced a relatively large new IPS LED backlit display aimed at taking on "extra-wide" viewing angles in several different computing environments. This monitor is designed first and foremost for a "business class" experience, but will meet most gamers everyday average high-resolution needs with a pixel count of 1920 x 1080. This display aims to bring on a tilt of -5 to 30 degree ups and downs and sits on a 360 degree swivel as well.

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HP Slate 7 price drop slides well below Nexus 7 competitor

HP Slate 7 price drop slides well below Nexus 7 competitor

It's no small matter when an everyman device like a 7-inch tablet with a small base cost appears from a major manufacturer - especially when they then lower that price just after it's been released to the market. This has indeed happened with the HP Slate 7 in both of its configurations in what must be seen as either a reaction to so-so reviews on the web in its initial drive or continued opposition from those that would rather pick up the machines biggest competitor: the ASUS-made Google Nexus 7.

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