Monday, 18 June 2012 17:43
Despite the move towards mobile computing, part of the reason why powerful desktops such as the Mac Pro remain in-demand is the film community. Big rigs are required for dumping, editing, and coloring footage. Yet, even machines like Apple’s top-of-the-line behemoths don’t have the ideal specs to handle the massive 4K footage files from RED cameras. [Read More]
Wednesday, 25 April 2012 21:54
With its focus firmly on PCs following disappointing forays into the mobile market, HP is set to release six new desktops on April 29th via its website, all equipped with Intel’s powerful new quad-core Ivy Bridge processors. The drop includes the Omni 22qd and Omni 27qd, all-in-one models sporting Beats Audio, retailing at $999 for the 22-inch display and $1,199 for the 27-inch one, respectively. [Read More]
Thursday, 18 August 2011 12:31
HP's new tablet, the WebOs-based TouchPad, isn't selling very well. In fact, Best Buy has only been able to sell 10 percent of its inventory since the device launched and has 200,000 of the damn things sitting on the shelves. Now it wants HP to take them back. [Read More]
Saturday, 21 May 2011 21:57
The price point for HP's upcoming debut tablet, the first of its new line consumer electronics created with the help of the recently acquired Palm, has until now been kept a secret. But a new internal document from Wal-Mart, leaked by the folks at Pre Central, lets the cat out of the bag. The retail giant will carry HP's 32gb TouchPad for $599, which puts it squarely in line with a similarly configured iPad 2 or Galaxy Tab 10.1.