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HP uncovers new line of imaging and printing products

Recently Hewlett-Packard (HP) launched a couple of imaging and printing products, enabling various types of businesses to connect, capture, and communicate more efficiently and securely. Called as HP LaserJet Pro 400 M401 and HP LaserJet Pro 400 MFP M425, both the products incorporate solutions and services with advanced productivity tools and expanded mobility.

Precisely, HP LaserJet Pro 400 M401 is a web-connected mono single-function laser printer and HP LaserJet Pro 400 MFP M425 is web-connected mono laser multifunction printer. Each of the product feature advanced connectivity in order to deliver fast-paced SMB environments. Also, LaserJet Pro 400 M401 and LaserJet Pro 400 MFP M425 include support for Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint.

What’s more? HP LaserJet Pro 400 M401 boasts of being powered by HP’s automatic On/Off technology and double-sided printing feature. This device is capable of printing 33 pages in a minute. While, on the other hand, HP LaserJet Pro 400 MFP M425 can easily print of 31 pages per minute.

HP® ENVY 23 and HP® Pavilion 23- The new all-in-one PCs

HP lately introduced a couple of all-in-one desktop PCs that offer multimedia-rich performance, superior security, and utmost reliability. The products announced include HP ENVY 23 All-in-One and HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One. Amalgamating robust performance and elegantce, both models incorporate 1080p full HD 23-inch diagonal displays, discrete graphics, multi-core processors, and 2TB of storage capacity.


More on HP ENVY 23 All-in-One and HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One

HP ENVY 23 All-in-One PC is primarily engineered to give enhanced entertainment experience with Beats Audio, HDMI port, TV tuner, and Blu-ray disc drive. It boasts of well-designed free-standing display that can be conveniently wall mounted.

And HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One comes equipped with optional AMD or Intel processors. The most amazing aspect about HP Pavilion 23 is its sleep and elegant design.

Common features of HP ENVY 23 All-in-One and HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One

Both the novel PCs include impressive wireless capabilities and state-of-the-art features such as- HP TrueVision HD Webcam, HP LinkUp, and HP Magic Canvas. Amongst all HP TrueVision HD Webcam enables to shooting videos or web chatting both in low and bright lighting. Its image-sensing technology adjusts the light accordingly, providing the finest video images. While on the other hand, HP LinkUp allows you to easily access other PCs on your home network. You can directly access files without having to transfer between the PCs. With HP Magic Canvas software, it is easy to horizontally expand the desktop to have room for applications, videos, and photos. It lets users use work and entertainment applications at one place. Whether it is Microsoft Windows desktop shortcuts, Start menu, or Task Bar, all can be easily accessed with HP Magic Canvas.

“Customers have been asking for all-in-one PC designs that do not compromise on performance, reliability or security,” said Emilio Ghilardi, vice president, PC Division, Americas, HP. “With these sleek, elegant designs and powerful options, HP continue to innovate to meet the needs of a growing marketplace.”

HP ENVY 23 All-in-One and HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One will go on sale from August, 2012.

HP offers printers and home decors this festive season

Show your creativeness by decorating your home this festive season in your own style

Everyone loves to decorate their homes during the festive season. If you are one of them, then here is a good news. HP is offering a wide range of products such as faux canvas, photo calendars, Snapfish, etc. for your home this winter. The good thing is that you can customize your own photo, artwork, home decorations, etc. online on HP website and then purchase it from the HP in-store on the same day. The way you decorate your home lets others know what kind of person you are, so you must be careful and choose the best brand to describe you.

Here is a brief description of the recently launched products and their features:

HP Faux Canvas: This product allows you to add your own personal touch to any photograph of yours or to any painting. You can also choose from a variety of licensed photos by famous artist, and you can also choose beautiful photographs from National Geographic photography collection. The price for HP Faux Canvas is around US$ 20.

HP Photo Calendars: HP allows you to create your own desk or wall calendar with pictures of your choice. You can also choose from a wide variety of page designs. It is available in two sizes – 8.5×11 inches and 12×12 inches. The price starts from US$ 15.

Snapfish: HP also offers you to decorate your home with the help of Snapfish, a website owned by HP where users can upload and share photos. You can use the website to create your own photo books, posters, framed photo canvases, photo panels, and also create your own card designs. Snapfish offers many beautiful themes, fonts, and easy to use tools. It is also printed on high quality paper, so you can put your creative designs in it and gift it to your loved ones.

Printers: It also offers printers which will perfectly fit in your home and print beautiful pictures for you. HP offers HP ENVY 110 e-All-in-One, HP Officejet Pro e-All-in-One 8600 Series, and HP Topshot LaserJet Pro M275 printers. The prices of these printers are US$ 2349.99, US$ 199.99, and US$ 399.99, respectively.

Customers who buy HP printers will also be provided with HP Total Care. They will have 24/7 phone support. Customers can also access HP online sites like HP Consumer Support Forum. In fact HP is hosting an Expert Day on January 11 on its forum where customers can ask questions from experts. HP also has its own page on the famous social networking website – Facebook, where customers can join and get HP online support.

Recently HP has also created a helpline desk to help people from areas affected by the Thailand flood. Read full story here.

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Dell® to add tiering technology to its storage

After acquiring Compellent, Dell has announced plans of using the company’s data tiering technology in its line of storage arrays. According to the officials of Dell, the company has purchased each share of Compellent for $27.75, which makes it a deal worth $940 million. With the total equity price of $940 million the aggregate price for the purchase is roughly $800 million. The most important and significant intellectual property that Compellent had was data tiering technology. After having acquired this technology now Dell wants to offer to its customers the option of shifting the less frequently used data to the higher-capacity but slow in performance SATA hard drives.

Using this tiering technology Dell would be effectively able to reduce the initial costs for its storage system. This would be made possible because the data tiering technology decreases the cost of ownership. One thing that is common between Compellent and Dell is their ambition to assist cloud customers and also regulate their storage investments.

Now having acquired Compellent, Dell plans to combine the best of both the companies and thus win the confidence of its consumers. Dell seeks to help strengthen the customer relationship and also boost customer loyalty towards Dell. For this Dell officials have to make sure that they prove themselves to be the best. HP acquired 3Par, a company that offers services similar to those given by Compellent. An advantage with HP is that regarding 3Par’s SANs. The SANs have an ASIC, that is, Application-Specific Integrated Circuit that helps to offload the advanced functions. Thus, it will give superior performance to its systems and help to target higher-end customers. So you as a consumer have a lot to decide. Get yourself ready to make a tough choice. Brace up to witness a close contest between HP and Dell.

HP tablets at the Think Beyond event

Many things are being expected from the HP Think Beyond event. HP is planning to launch two tablets. The first one is called Topaz. This may have a 10-inch screen. The other one is called Opal. This may be a 7-inch model being a bit shorter as compared to others like Topaz. One of the two tablets, the larger one, which is Topaz, will be shipped in March. The smaller tablet could be shipped in September, with the larger model arriving a few months earlier.

Most of the specifications are missing but we are expecting a 1.2 GHz processor in both the tablets and online storage assigned to all customers. Touchstone wireless will be introduced that has the capacity of displaying time, snapshots and also the GPS information as it is in WebOS 2.0. An excellent feature introduced is the professional grade sound which is powered by the HP Beats Audio features.

HP tablets will have the WebOS operating system. This software was originally developed by Palm in January 2009. It was widely acclaimed because of its highly advanced technical properties. It was easy to use and user friendly too. Then later in 2010 HP acquired Palm. WebOS runs on the Linux kernel. WebOS combines similar things mutually and makes them easier to utilize. It collects contacts and the calendar information from Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft Outlook, and Yahoo! It recognizes manuscript and IM chats with the similar person and sticks them into one conversation. With the Palm Synergy, all the essential information is kept at one place. Switching from one open application to another without any complexity is also one of the properties. WebOS helps in keeping many applications open. It is also enabled with a feature to check the e-mails even while doing some other work. Using the contacts, one can map the address. This can involuntarily add any reservation to the calendar schedule. It also has the ability to zoom in or out on a page.

HP Pavilion® laptops now have new touch pad buttons

HP Pavilion laptops now come with a new touch pad design. The new design has been introduced because the mouse button model which was used in HP Pavilion laptops was a big hit. The click pad did not work out well from the time it was used in the netbooks. The touch pad was over sized and hence was clean looking but combining the two ideas did not come out well because the cursor movement was not proper. Though the touch pad was considered very fashionable by the users it could not be merged with the click pad. HP made quite a lot of effort to solve this problem and used many software drivers.

It also took the help from company that made the click pads. After this, HP decided to launch a completely new hardware and fix the problem. The new touch pad had right and left mouse button and HP made it look like the classic click pad and hence it looked bigger and better. With the new HP Pavilion dv6, the burden was lifted as it came out to be a really cool one. A feature that can be added by the customers according to their choice is a bright LED light that will surround the touch pad. Also HP added a speaker above the keypad. The new model of HP Pavilion will have hardware and software to increase the audio quality. Another cool feature is that it has let the heat radiating vent to the sides and hence the palm rest area while typing will not get heated. The new HP Pavilion touch pads are available from March and the price will range from $749.99 to $999.99.

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