We are getting some big news today in the PC gaming world as HP is set to purchase the HyperX peripherals business. In a move to bolster its PC gaming accessory offerings, HP is reportedly dishing out $425 million to acquire HyperX — the gaming accessory arm of Kingston. This will bring a series of top-tier mice, keyboards, headsets, and microphones (as well as some console-related gear) into HP’s PC gaming stable, allowing it to compete with some of the biggest names in the space more so than ever before. Head below for additional details.
Amazon currently offers the HP 12-inch Chromebook X360 1.1GHz/4GB/32GB for $279.99 shipped. Down from $360, today’s offer amounts to 22% in savings, marks the best we’ve seen since December, and matches the all-time low. Featuring a 12-inch touchscreen display, this HP Chromebook delivers a 2-in-1 design thanks to a holding hinge that allows it to convert between a usual note-taking machine in the day and tablet at night. Alongside all-day battery life, you’ll enjoy 32GB of storage that can be expanded by a microSD card slot. You’ll also be able to count on a pair of USB-C slots and a USB-A port to round out the package. Over 125 customers have left a 4.5/5 star rating. Head below for more.
HP has taken the wraps off its latest laptops today. PC shoppers will have several more options to choose from now that the HP EliteBook 800 series and ZBook Firefly G8 have debuted. All configurations are powered by Intel’s 11th generation processors. A couple of standout features happen to be support for up to 64GB or RAM and integrated Tile support. HP is aiming these new devices at remote workers, product designers, creative professionals, data scientists, and the list goes on. Continue reading to learn more.
When working in an office building, printers are a piece of hardware that most take for granted. Thanks to 2020, at-home printing needs have arguably gone through the roof. This has made some need to revisit the printer shopping experience, something most of us head into with dread. For those of you that have been holding out, fresh HP printers are on the way and will debut alongside a new HP+ service. The company aims to deliver a seamless service that takes the hassle out of maintaining your printer. Continue reading to learn more.
New HP Spectre x360 13 and 14 laptops have been unveiled today and boast several notable features. First up, we have a refreshed Spectre x360 13 which can now be configured with 5G. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise since the new cellular signal has become a headlining feature in several 2020 device releases. Of both new devices, HP Spectre x360 14 will arguably be the most visually appealing given its small bezels, which deliver a modernized appearance. Both models have adopted 11th-generation Intel processors, an upgrade that should contribute performance gains and increased battery life. Continue reading to learn more.
HP’s latest VR headset, the Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition, offers the standard bout of headset features, like a 2160×2160 resolution, built-in headphones, and more. But, it separates itself from the pack by also offering eye-tracking, pupillometry, and heart rate sensors alongside a face camera. What does this mean for the future of virtual reality? Well, quite a bit…so keep reading to find out more.
As 2020 makes history by being one of the strangest years in modern times, HP has kept its ear to the ground and is attempting to adapt with the times. Folks cooped up at home are on the hunt for entertainment, a void that many have filled with video games. This makes now an ideal time to innovate in the space, and that’s precisely what the latest HP gaming accessories set out to do. New monitors, gaming headsets, and peripherals are on the way. Continue reading to learn more about them.
HP is refreshing its popular Omen gaming lineup with new models today alongside a handful of accessories. All told, we’re on the receiving end of two new gaming portable laptop including the flagship Omen 15, which arrives with a 15.6-inch display that’s footprint has been trimmed down from its predecessor. There’s also a nice selection of budget-friendly gaming accessories included in today’s announcement, including HP’s first wireless headset. Priced with affordability in mind, HP’s latest add-ons start at just $29. Head below for full details on today’s announcement, pricing, and more.
HP launched an all-new OMEN lineup of products that features brand-new gaming desktops as well as redesigned monitors and more. The latest OMEN desktops pack up to NVIDIA’s high-end RTX 2080 Ti graphics card (or an AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT), Intel’s latest i9-10900K or Ryzen 9 3900 CPU, and can even come with liquid coolers and a 750W Cooler Master 80+ Platinum power supply. RAM is configurable up to 64GB, and there are even more customization options. These computers come in either 25L or 30L cases, providing you with an expandable design that fits within a fairly semi-compact form factor.
Last year, HP announced the Reverb Virtual Reality headset with some fantastic features, including incredible clarity, a wide field-of-view, and more. Based around Windows Mixed Reality, the Reverb was HP’s best VR headset to-date. However, that all could change with the release of the company’s latest tease that we got a taste of earlier today. In partnership with both Valve and Microsoft, HP is making yet another VR headset, this time aiming to deliver an “immersive, comfortable, and compact VR experience” that the company claims is a “new standard in VR.”
After a busy end of the week filled with Black Friday ad leaks from Costco, Kohl’s, and more, we’re now starting the week off with another flier hitting the interwebs. This year’s HP Black Friday ad is now available for your viewing pleasure with notable deals on PCs, accessories, and much more. You’ll find all of our top picks from the 2019 HP Black Friday ad below, alongside details on doorbusters and other pertinent information about this year’s event.
Earlier today at Computex 2019, HP announced plans to continue exploring the use of unique materials in its products. The new HP ENVY Wood Series does just that, by offering several of its laptops in various authentic wood styles.
Use of wood will be accompanied by other materials, which seems to be plan since we have yet to see how it will wear and tear in laptops. There will be a total of three styles for customers to pick from including Nightfall Black with Natural Walnut, Ceramic White with White Birch, or Natural Silver with Pale Birch.
HP unveiled some of its latest gaming gear earlier today. Among its announcements, the most notable is the launch of the ‘world’s first dual-screen gaming laptop’. It’s called the HP Omen X 2S and aims to help gamers multitask.
In its announcement, HP used various metrics to call out why this product should exist. The company revealed that 82% of gamers use phones for messaging, 61% listen to music, and 49% watch live streams or browse the web while playing. HP Omen X 2S attacks this multitasking dilemma head-on with the inclusion of a second screen.
The new HP Reverb VR Headset was announced earlier today, and boy, it sure does pack a punch. The company unveiled its new headset during HP Reinvent, an invitation-only event that is hosted once a year.
With a resolution of 2160 x 2160 per eye panel and a 114-degree field of view, the new HP Reverb VR Headset without a doubt has garnered attention from competitors like Oculus, HTC, and Lenovo.
Virtual reality is an ever-growing demographic. Just about everyone is making a virtual reality headset of some sort, allowing you to be transported to a new dimension just by putting on a headset. It looks like HP is making a next-generation virtual reality (VR) headset, codename “copper,” with increased resolution and comfort. This headset will likely be based on Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality platform, though this time it’ll be designed more by HP than the previous models were.
CES has been laden with various new TVs and monitors, but it looks like HP has taken the crown with its new Omen X Emperium 65 gaming display. This 65-inch behemoth is part TV, part streaming media player, and frankly, an over-the-top solution for the hard core gamers out there. For the spec-heads out there, this one checks all the boxes, including 4K, HDR and G-Sync Ultimate certification. Basically, if you’re looking for a next-level gaming display for your living, look no further. But you’re going to have to pay for it.
Today, we’re getting out first look at the HP Black Friday 2018 ad. The computer company’s Thanksgiving week plans have been fully detailed here, with doorbusters, all-time low prices, and more. Keep reading to find out about all of HP’s Black Friday 2018 plans.
Last year HP showed that it was putting more of an effort into its gaming lineup with its laptops that weighed over 10-pounds. A move that showed HP was not willing to sacrifice raw power for portability, it was something that many gaming enthusiasts would cheer for. While the HP Omen 15 is does not weigh 10-pounds, it is packed with power at a price that seems to be a good value.
We just finished up both Google I/O and Microsoft BUILD. At Microsoft’s BUILD conference, the company behind the Windows Operating System announced its partnership with Amazon and Alexa for voice assistants. The Alexa partnership is particularly interesting as it will now be built into Windows, but HP went a step further and built Amazon’s voice assistant into the hardware of its latest All-in-One desktop.
HP is a name that everyone likely knows when it comes to laptops. The company launched its x360 line a few years ago that featured both budget and high-end convertible laptops. Well, recently HP announced the next step for its x360 line: the ZBook Studio x360. With workstation specs, the ZBook Studio x360 is “the world’s most powerful convertible PC” according to HP.
It has fast start-up and browsing and access to cloud-based productivity apps plus storage to keep you connected. It also has 2GB RAM, a 16GB SSD and Intel HD Graphics. It runs the latest Chrome OS, has wireless LAN, Bluetooth, HDMI and 4 USB 3.0 Ports.
It has a 2560 x 1440 resolution on a wide-viewing angle screen (that’s the same resolution you would get on a 27-inch iMac) and HP claims that you get “vibrant detail from practically any position.” You also get the “best sounding, richest audio” available from a monitor with Beats audio. You can connect with MHL, HDMI or Display Port, with optimized upscaling for great mobile streaming.
It received 4.4/5 stars and impressive reviews from Amazon customers.
Amazon is offering a selection of Dell, HP, and Acer laptops at 20% off or more today. Most of them are at their all time lowest price. Since many of the items are priced below retail, you’ll need to add them to your cart to see today’s sale price. Some standouts: ASUS 11.6-Inch HD Touchscreen Laptop (White): $229.99 shipped. This…
Staples is offering a coupon code “62638″ that takes $150 off any laptop, desktop, or all-in-one PC that is regularly $499 or more. The 15″ Toshiba Satellite (pictured above) has 6GB Memory/750GB Hard Drive/Intel Core i3/Windows 7 Home Premium and is listed at $549.99. A rebate takes off $50 plus today’s coupon brings it down to only $349.99 shipped. That’s $200 off the list price, $93 less than Amazon, and the lowest we could find for it.
Remember the coupon will work on PCs only, regularly priced $499 or more. All you have to so is enter the code: ‘62638’ at checkout to get the savings. Offer ends: 9/13/14.
This monitor puts out full 1080p resolution, has a 178 degree viewing angle, PLS Panel Technology, HDMI/VGA ports, a specific gaming mode, and more. It comes with a limited 1 year parts and labor warranty and has received a 4.5/5 star rating among Amazon customers.
This LED backlit TV features 720p, 60Hz refresh rate, various inputs: 2 HDMI, 1 USB, MHL, and comes with a universal remote and batteries. It also ships with a limited 1 year parts and labor warranty and has received a 4.5/5 star rating on Amazon.
It features Google’s Chrome OS running on a Celeron 2955U (1.4GHz) with 2GB of DDR3 RAM, a 16GB SSD and Intel HD graphics. The Chromebox “houses a processor powerful enough for ultrafast multitasking performance in Chrome OS and the connectivity options to choose your own screen size, connect to multiple displays at once. While ASUS displays are recommended, any HDTV or monitor with HDMI or DisplayPort will do the trick.
It also features support for up to two monitors at once via HDMI and DisplayPort, Google Chrome apps, and can be VESA wall-mounted. Avialable in white, ocean turquoise, and smoke silver. If you can’t afford to be tethered to a desk, then check out this refurbished Acer Chromebook laptop for $130.
Walmart has the refurbished HP 14″ Chromebook with 4G for only $238 shipped. That’s $110 off the regular price and the lowest priced bundle we could find. It features two years of free mobile Internet service with up to 200MB of 4G data per month, no annual contract, no credit card, and no overage fees.
This Chromebook has an Intel Celeron 2955U processor with 1.4GHz processor, 2MB L3 Cache, 4GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory and a 16GB solid state drive. Also HD Graphics and HDMI
Amazon customers rate HP Chromebooks well with 4.3/5 stars and great reviews.
In today’s best display deals we have some great discounts on monitors from HP and Dell as well a nice HDTV deal from LG. First up, HP.com is offering three HP 23-inch LED LCD Monitors (W2371d)bundled together for $315 shipped using code ACE8477. This bundle has already been discounted from $570 down to $400, and a single monitor will run you $150+ on Amazon right now. At $105 each, today’s deal is the best we’ve seen (within $5) since Black Friday sales last year.
The HP features a max resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a fast 7 ms response time. This ultra-fast response time allows pixels to change colors quickly to avoid streaking, blurring and ghosting in fast-moving scenes and video games. It also has the following inputs: VGA, DVI, and HDMI (with HDCP).
With over 250 customer reviews, this HP received a rating of 4.7/5 stars.
If you’ve been wanting to try a Chromebook, but have held off due to their need for an internet connection, Best Buy might have a remedy for your dilemma. The blue and yellow big box is currently knocking $100 off HP’s 11.6″ LTE Chromebook, bringing its asking price to $199. The device is backed by Verizon’s LTE network, you’ll pretty much have internet access anywhere in the US.
Best Buy has the HP Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for PC in Black for only $25 shipped. That’s 50% off the list price, $23 less than Amazon, and the lowest we’ve seen it for. It features chiclet-style keys for comfortable typing and a scissor-key-switch design for responsiveness. It has an intelligent power management and powers down when not in use or device is out of BT range.
It features an 11.6″ IPS display with 16:9 aspect ratio at 1366 x 768, VGA webcam, Two USB 2.0 ports, MicroUSB for 15.75W charging, SlimPort video output, 802.11a/b/g/n, built-in optional 3G and Bluetooth 4.0. It also comes with 16 GB of storage plus 100GB of Google Drive space.
The monitor’s 16:9 aspect ratio widescreen is excellent for playing games or viewing movies, and the 3 million to one dynamic contract ratio will delivery sharp contrast and crystal clarity. Its Analog RGB, Digital, D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI input compatibility will give you the versatility you need to connect all your favorite devices. This offer ends today.
Today’s Deal of the Day at Best Buy is the HP x3000 Wireless Optical Mouse for only $9.99 shipped. That’s $15 off the list price and the lowest total cost we could find for this mouse. The x3000 features optical technology for precise accuracy on most surfaces, 3-button integration, and ambidextrous design (enables comfortable left- or right-handed operation). This deal will end today.
Today’s Tech.Woot is the HP Officejet 4620 Wireless e-All-in-One Printer (Refurb.) for only $59.99 Shipped. That’s the lowest total cost we could find it for by $30. The Officejet allows you to easily print from virtually anywhere and share resources across a wireless network. Print, copy, scan—even fax—and produce professional-quality color at a low cost per page. Now with Apple AirPrint, simply print wirelessly from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
eBay has the HP Slate 7 8GB 7″ Android Tablet, model no. E0H92AA, for $129.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $39. It features a 7″ 1024×600 touchscreen display, ARM Cortex A9 1.6GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, 802.11n wireless, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, microSD card slot, and Android 4.1 OS (Jelly Bean). Deal ends July 3.
Newegg is offering the 10mm-thin HP Elite L2201x 21.5″ 1080p LED-Backlit LCD Monitor, model no. LM917A8#ABA, for $79.99. The coupon code “DSKBNCE23” brings it down to $71.99. It features a 1920×1080 (1080p) native resolution, LED backlight, 5,000:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m² brightness, 16ms response time, and more.