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Review: HP Wants You To Get To Work On The ProOne 600 G1

It’s been a while since Techcitement had an HP unit in house. The Z1 Workstation impressed us last year. That was a workstation though, which is a different animal from your typical desktop. Today though, Techcitement tackles the newest system sent to us: the ProOne 600 G1. Is there anything about it that separates it […]

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HP’s Second Android Tablet Slated For Summer Debut

We here at Techcitement are waiting for our Slate 7 review unit to show up, but then again, so is everyone else. The tablet is suspiciously absent from major review sites. So, we can’t comment on the first (official) Android tablet from HP just yet. What we can note is that HP’s lower end pricing […]

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Review: HP Z1 Workstation — Don’t Call It A Desktop

HP is a company that makes printers, desktops, and laptops. What is occasionally forgotten is HP’s line of professional-grade workstations. While some may think a workstation and a PC are the same exact thing, there are different design choices involved. HP’s workstations are well-regarded; maybe even a bit more than the PCs. The first time […]

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HP’s Pre 2 Reappears In The Wild

File this under unexpected. According to webOS Nation, Best Buy has begun selling HP’s short-lived Pre 2 as a pay-as-you-go phone for Verizon. It appears that for a mere $45 to 55, you can nail a bit of smartphone history at no contract charge. The Pre 2 is very much a 3G phone in a […]

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HP Gets Back In Tablet Game With Slate 7

I’ve always rather admired HP’s Slate tablets. Traditionally aimed at the enterprise market, these were full Windows tablets. Despite being saddled with an operating system that wasn’t touch-intuitive, HP lavished the industrial design on the Slate line that the lamented TouchPad lacked. While consumer tablet production halted a year and a half ago, HP made […]

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LG Brings WebOS To Your TV Because No One Demanded It

While it’s true that Open webOS has successfully been ported to several devices in Alpha form, that’s a long way from being useful. Yes, HP’s spun off gram division announced Open webOS Professional, a version of its open source OS that will incorporate HP’s cloud services such as Synergy (not included in the non-Professional flavor). […]

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CEO Meg Whitman Says HP Should “Offer A Smartphone”, Forgets Past

HP’s dumping of my favorite mobile operating system may have been over a year ago, but I’m still getting over it. Pitiful, yes, but that’s part of what makes me who I am. I’ve gotten better though. I managed to resist writing an article about the release of the code for Open webOS earlier this […]

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HP IFA Roundup: HP Ready To Lose More Money On Tablets

It was a year ago last month that HP managed to annoy a decent chunk of users by shutting down a hot new tablet, not even 30 days after releasing it. It was even more annoying if you realized that this wasn’t the first time HP had done this. HP previously released the Slate back […]

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Acer’s CEO Has Fighting Words For Microsoft’s Surface

Microsoft’s announcement of its Surface tablets left many consumers and original equipment manufacturers (such as Acer, Dell, and HP) perplexed. Why would Microsoft seek to cannibalize its own partners’ sales of Windows 8 and Windows RT tablets? This development was at the very least surprising, and at most, a direct attack on the companies who […]

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HP Finds New And Exciting Ways To Flip Off Remaining WebOS Users

I reactivated my Palm Pre, because I figured, “Hey, HP is releasing Open webOS next month, so I can have my favorite mobile operating system back”. Except no, I cannot. HP has announced that Open webOS won’t, in fact, run on any existing devices. If you’re rocking any version of the Pre, Pixi, or Veer, […]

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