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Top notable Windows 10 tablets in 2015

Top notable Windows 10 tablets in 2015

2015 is nearly over and with that comes two things: holidays and shopping! And while reflecting on the great things that has happened in the past months and planning for the next twelve, it might also be time to consider whether your computing needs is also due a much needed update. This year has seen many a new things, from a new Windows 10 to new Intel processors, that might have you thinking about your next purchase. But what if you valued mobility just as much as your budget? Worry not, because we have here some of the most notable Window 10 tablets this year that will give you the best bang for your buck.

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HP splits into HP Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

HP splits into HP Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

Name the last time there was a cheap HP tablet of note? Chances are, they would have slipped past your memory or even your wallet. That is precisely the reason why HP Inc. will be cutting its ties to the low-cost low-end tablet market to focus on more pricey 2-in-1 slates, leaving the fate of HP's Android slabs in limbo. Coincidentally, this will be the first drastic measure that the company will take in order to increase profits ever since HP split into HP Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.

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HP and Titan team for new smartwatch

HP and Titan team for new smartwatch

HP has been collaborating with other companies to produce new products under a program called Engineered by HP. The latest team up under that engineering program comes between HP and a company called Titan. HP says that Titan is the world's fifth largest watchmaker and the resulting product is a smartwatch.

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HP Elite x2 is a business laptop and tablet with HP Active Pen

HP Elite x2 is a business laptop and tablet with HP Active Pen

HP has rolled out a new business tablet and notebook in one device called the HP Elite x2. The device was made from the ground up with business users in mind and it has the ability to convert from a notebook to a tablet when needed. The machine has BIOS-level security with HP SureStart tech.

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Hands-on with HP’s potent ZBook Studio

Hands-on with HP’s potent ZBook Studio

Does a quad core workstation have to be as bulky as it's powerful? HP clearly doesn't believe so, and having spent some time with the new HP ZBook Studio today, I'm inclined to agree. At 18mm thick it classifies as an ultrabook, but HP is courting dissatisfied MacBook Pro users who want the power of a full Intel Core i7 or Xeon processor.

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HP ZBook Studio is gunning for the MacBook Pro

HP ZBook Studio is gunning for the MacBook Pro

HP is taking on Apple's MacBook Pro with its slickest mobile workstation yet, the HP ZBook Studio. Billed as the first quadcore workstation ultrabook in the world, the 15.6-inch notebook measures 18mm thick - matching Apple's machine - and tips the scales at 4.4 pounds, despite a choice of Intel Core i7 or Xeon processors inside, Thunderbolt 3, and up to a UHD resolution display.

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HP Chromebook 14 promises over 9 hours of battery life per charge

HP Chromebook 14 promises over 9 hours of battery life per charge

HP has launched its next generation Chromebook called the Chromebook 14. The new computer is aimed at giving users a premium experience with HD screens and long battery life in a thin computing platform with colorful designs. The machine is offered in turbo silver and sky blue colors and starts at 3.94 pounds making it very portable.

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HP Chromebook 14 offers Chrome OS with 9hr+ battery

HP Chromebook 14 offers Chrome OS with 9hr+ battery

Chrome OS keeps getting more capable, and HP is promising more portability and more color from its new Chromebook 14. The 14-inch notebook promises up to 9 hours 15 minutes battery life and is entirely fanless, using Intel's Celeron N2840 processor and offering a choice of screen resolutions.

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These “PC Does What?” ads are either catchy or cringeworthy

These “PC Does What?” ads are either catchy or cringeworthy

Microsoft is kicking off a "PC Does What?" campaign with Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Intel, attempting to build excitement about laptop form-factors. The campaign, which will run online as well as with commercials, is due to kick off in earnest on October 19, though the five firms previewed the spots today.

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HP, 3M team up for laptops with built-in privacy screens

HP, 3M team up for laptops with built-in privacy screens

HP and 3M have partnered to produce business laptops with built-in privacy screens, the same sort of screens used at banks, hotels and other businesses to keep the contents on a monitor away from nosy people. These screens are available to purchase as independent items, but must be cut to fit an existing laptop’s display (or, perhaps, taped if you’re not concerned about style).

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HP Star Wars Special Edition is the Sith of notebooks

HP Star Wars Special Edition is the Sith of notebooks

Star Wars: The Force Awakens may still be several months out, but HP might have the limited-edition PC to tide over your sci-fi needs. The new HP Star Wars Special Edition notebook may have a Pavilion at its core, but it's been thoroughly customized with external graphics, accessories, and a whole catalog of digital content.

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HP outs low-cost Windows 10 notebooks for gaming and everyday

HP outs low-cost Windows 10 notebooks for gaming and everyday

Life at the flush end of Windows 10 might be fancy magnesium shells and touchscreens, but HP has a couple of new notebooks for those on a stricter budget. The HP Stream promises Microsoft's latest OS kicking off at under $200, with 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch options that both do away with fans or active cooling.

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