The HP Spectre 13 2017 Review, Now Touch-Friendly, 8th Gen Intel CPUs

Not to be confused with the HP Spectre model reviewed last year, which was something already described as HP’s flashiest laptop, the new Spectre 13 is dazzling with new and enriched features. Design alone, this isn’t radically different from the … Continue reading


HP ZBook X2, Is It the Most Powerful Detachable Tablet? Is It Perfect for Artists?

Oh how the world is changing. There are many things to be thankful about during this rough, difficult time in our society. One thing that can never be taken away from humanity is our ability to express ourselves through art. … Continue reading


The Chromebook X360 11 Education Edition, the Latest Option for Schools From HP

There’s a lot of laptops in schools these days. From elementary to college campuses, the web’s incredible tools for students to do sufficient research, document processing, as well as web/display-enabled presentations has only helped the school sector. The relationship betweens … Continue reading


HP Has a New EliteBook x360 1020 G2 Convertible to Show off

HP’s EliteBook model now has some new options, and it’s not only the nicer, quad-core CPU inside. Speaking of that, there’s a lot of attention towards Intel lately, as the newest Intel chips are getting into some good notebooks. The … Continue reading


A Fully Overclockable Monster? That’s What’s Being Said About HP’s New Omen X Laptop

I remember writing about the Omen X PCs. In all of its cubed/tri-chambered design, glowing with glory, it was a helpful push for HP’s Omen brand PC gaming sector. The tech giant, HP, only began its Omen brand early 2016, … Continue reading


A New External GPU for HP’s Omen Desktop Gaming PC Supports up to 300W

Recently, HP unveiled its Omen gaming PC, a complete laptop said to ship with an AMD Vega 10 graphics card and configured with either one or two GTX 1080 chips in SLI, or RX 480/580 in CrossFire. At the same … Continue reading


The Revamped, “Fighter-Jet”-Inspired HP Omen Gaming Laptops

The ever-growing era of virtual reality is upon us, making it more and more crucial that developers of processors, graphics cards, and on-the-go gaming rigs stay on their toes and evolving. HP made it clear that they plan to be … Continue reading


HP Makes Some Appealing Updates to Their Envy Laptop Line

There was a time in recent years when Apple was the company to beat. Be it smartphones, laptops, tablets or accessories, Apple was always just a little ahead of everyone else. But lately, it seems like they’ve been slacking. In … Continue reading


HP Laptops Shipped With Keyloggers Inside Them, but Things Are Becoming Resolved

Wondering just how bad Big Brother has gotten since we began “noticing” it? As a society, plenty of us have known about technical accessories checking in on us, yet some of us still don’t seem to care very much. Gamers … Continue reading


The HP 2017 Pavilion and Pavilion x360 Notebooks Are Budget-Friendly, and Better Devices Than Ever

HP’s always been one to give us the “good” good. Well, for 2017, the tech giant has announced a laptop series where its users like it, in the low price range, all while being Pavillion (that’s automatically a good thing). … Continue reading


Dart-C Adapter – 4 Times Smaller Than What We’re Used to, so Leave That Brick at Home

Charging your laptop and keeping it charged, talk about a shared feeling of frustration among consumers. Battery life has become a huge part of consumer’s decisions in buying a laptop, steering them away- even if the hardware is incredible, and … Continue reading


HP’s New X360 Spectre 15 Is Discrete yet Svelte 2-In-1, Large and in Charge

As you may know, HP has redesigned its 15-inch Spectre X360, in part to sincerely, yet vigorously solicit itself into the hearts of consumers, once and for all. You see, HP is a fantastic multinational IT company, with huge leaps … Continue reading


HP’s ProBook x360: Expect This Rugged 2-In-1 to Excell in the Classroom

HP made a seriously rugged hybrid computer particularly for students and school use. When we say seriously rugged, we mean military standard certified, basically meaning it could take some hard hits, and we all know that kids can be rough … Continue reading


HP’s New Spectre x360 Is a Late Contender for Best Windows Laptop of 2016

Amid a slew of new VR technology, groundbreaking advancements in Artificial Intelligence, and automated cars dominating the headlines of nearly every major news outlet, 2016 has still arguably been the year of the laptop. We’ve seen some of the slimmest, … Continue reading


HP’s Tiny Z2 Mini Is the ‘World’s First Mini Workstation’

After several years without an upgrade or major overhaul to the Mac Mini, it is now approaching relic status the PC world. Major computing manufacturers, especially those serving primarily enterprise and business environments, have to constantly evolve to keep up … Continue reading