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The HP Envy TouchSmart Ultrabook™ 4 Windows 8 laptop offers an intuitive new way to experience mobility.
It used to be that when shopping for a new mobile computing solution, you could just go into the shop, ask for a laptop and would only have to decide between Mac or Windows PC, and how big a screen you wanted. It's become more evident than ever that the world of mobile computing is constantly in flux. In the past few months, there have been loads of new form-factors and types of devices unleashed into the market, with lots of new terms to get used to. To help demystify some of this, let's take a look at some of these buzz words and see what they mean, so you don’t get confused when you’re shopping or hear people talking about these new machines, technologies, and ideas.
This time of year a lot of you are starting to think about picking up a laptop to take back to school. There are so many different options to chose from in the laptop world now, and of course so many different types of users, all with different needs and budgets. It can be confusing to try and pick the right machine for you with the vast selection available. You don’t want to pay too much but you also don’t want to end up with something that doesn’t quite fit your needs. Lets take a moment to look at the different things you should be considering when selecting the right laptop to take back to school.
Few things get me as excited as a well designed and well executed notebook. The Envy 14 Spectre, ($1399.99 from Future Shop) which was first announced at CES 2012, is probably the best looking premium notebook to come out of HP in a long time. Targeting the Ultrabook segment, the Spectre uses copious amounts of Gorilla Glass, Aluminum and rubber in a notebook that stands out from the rest.
For those who have used the HP Envy laptops in the past, you will know that the Envy name is synonymous with power and quality built into a well-designed package. But things have been quiet on the Envy front, or at least they were until this January. The HP Envy 14 Spectre debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January to considerable fanfare as the first scratch resistant glass laptop. And with a 14” screen size packed into a 13.3” chassis, the HP Envy Spectre has a lot to offer for those looking for a powerful and sleek ultrabook.
Summer is coming to an end and many of us are beginning to prepare for the coming school year. This means back to busy schedules – getting the kids to school on time, carpool after school to soccer and gymnastics practice, and helping the kids with their homework. It’s exhausting just thinking about it! With this in mind, we have put together some tips to help you stay on top of everything and have a smooth school year.
Please join me in welcoming Esteban from HP (aka EstebanHPCanada) to the Tech Brand Talk Blog! He's going to be bringing us the latest from the world of HP technologies - sharing how-tos, product news and other printing tips.
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HP Officejet Pro series e-all-in-ones give you professional print quality at 50% less cost per page, and the convenience of wireless ePrint technology.
If there's one piece of computer technology that people often neglect to upgrade over the years, it's got to be their printer. If you haven’t checked out the latest in printers for a few years, models like the HP Photsmart 7510 might just surprise you enough to convince you that it's time to upgrade.
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