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HP ENVY Rove 20 is maker’s first mobile all-in-one PC

HP ENVY Rove 20 is maker’s first mobile all-in-one PC

HP has announced its first mobile all-in-one PC, the HP ENVY Rove 20. As the name suggests, this AiO unit measures in at 20-inches corner-to-corner, and features a battery, allowing users to unplug it and go cable-free. This differentiates the device from many other all-in-one units, which - like a regular desktop computer - turn off when unplugged. We've got a video of the massive slate after the break.

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HP unveils Split x2 detachable Windows 8 notebook

HP unveils Split x2 detachable Windows 8 notebook

Sometimes you need a laptop, and sometimes you need a tablet. Such is the philosophy behind detachable PCs, with the newly unveiled HP Split x2 being one of two announced today, with the HP SlateBook x2 being the other. With a 13.3-inch HD display, it's big enough for a variety of tasks, yet still small enough to tote around sans-body as a tablet. Read on for the full details; we've got a video for you after the jump.

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HP SlateBook x2 makes Android notebook a reality with Tegra 4

HP SlateBook x2 makes Android notebook a reality with Tegra 4

It would appear that NVIDIA is ready to power HP's newest attempt at converging the mobile and desktop worlds with a transforming notebook/tablet machine called the HP SlateBook x2. This device works with a 10.1-inch HP touchscreen display, an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor under the hood, and a version of Android that's all but vanilla. Taking on the mantle brought up with the ASUS Transformer tablet/notebooks many seasons before, here HP attempts to make Android an all-day OS.

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HP ProBook 400 and 200 Series aim for SMB market on the thin side

HP ProBook 400 and 200 Series aim for SMB market on the thin side

This week the folks at HP have revealed the HP ProBook 400 Series notebook PC line, this collection up to 36% thinner than HP's previous generation machines. While the ProBook 400 series brings on display sizes from 13.3 inches all the way up to 17.3 inches, they've all got Meteorite Grey paint jobs with accents in real aluminum for what HP explains will be a combination that will "keep the system looking good longer". HP's push for the SMB build will be bringing five new notebooks to the small business world, each of them available starting this month.

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HP Slate 7 overcomes delay rumors, is available now

HP Slate 7 overcomes delay rumors, is available now

We got a look at HP's then-unreleased Slate 7 tablet at Mobile World Congress earlier this year and liked what we saw. HP had said the device would be available for purchase in April, but then a bit of debacle started when its product page was updated to show a revised release date in June. That spurred rumors that the slate was delayed, but then the product page changed again, this time back to April, leaving many to wonder when we'd actually see the device on shelves.

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HP teases Prime multitouch graphing calculator

HP teases Prime multitouch graphing calculator

Graphing calculators haven't changed much over the years, but they don't really need to. Or do they? It turns out HP wants to completely revolutionize the graphing calculator, and has released a teaser video showing off its new Prime graphing calculator that sports a 3.5-inch multitouch display and a brushed aluminum body.

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Leap Motion teams with HP for 3D Motion Control integration

Leap Motion teams with HP for 3D Motion Control integration

If you were thinking that Leap Motion's motion control experience was only going to be created as a stand-alone experience, you might need to think again. Today HP has announced a relationship with Leap Motion, this deal showing up thus far as a bundled Leap Motion Controller existing with several HP products through the future. Can you imagine motion control coming with your desktop products as a matter of fact from here on in?

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PC market tumbles as IDC points at Windows 8

PC market tumbles as IDC points at Windows 8

If reporting that the entirety of the PC market weren't enough of a punch in the gut for Microsoft from the analytical group IDC, the suggestion that their newest operating system is to blame really, really is. What you're about to witness is the continued downfall of the PC industry in the charts of the IDC, this most recent quarter's report being much worse for ware than we're sure any of the manufacturers listed would have liked. When your only job is to create PCs and you hoped Windows 8 was going to bring the industry into a shining light, you're probably not too happy right about now.

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