HP has added to its range of light-weight ultrabooks in the shape of the Envy SpectreXT, which was unveiled at a promotional event in China and is set to go on sale in the US and the UK within a matter of weeks. The devices are aimed primarily at the consumer end of the laptop market, will be powered by Intel’s Ivy Bridge Core i7 processors and boast 13.3-inch HD screens.
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HP sold more PCs across Western Europe than any of its rivals, including nearest challengers Acer and Asus, to claim a 22.9 percent share of the fiercely contested market in the first quarter of 2012.
Apple has been tipped to march by Hewlett-Packard (HP) as the world’s leading seller of personal computers, providing we consider tablet devices as being fitting of that description.
The research firm Canalys revealed its prediction that Apple will soon be selling more computers on a global basis than any of its rivals after rating the company second in this context during the third quarter of 2011.
HP release the new iteration of their 610 series TouchSmart all in one computers.
The new models will ship with quad Core i5 and Core i7 Sandy Bridge processors.
The Qualcomm powered slate will not be made available until later this year, probably during the summer, but HP is already trying to get tech-lovers on side with the device it claims “works the way you do”.
With a multi-touch display, a virtual keyboard, a front-facing camera, Adobe Flash Player options and the ability to receive text messages and phone calls, the TouchPad is being billed as a tablet that is as productive as it is fun to use.
The company is keen to emphasise its credentials as far as delivering reliable business computers is concerned and is promising that its wholesale update “improves access, manageability and security for organisations of all sizes”.
Dell Latitude E5000 and E6000 series laptops have been renewed across the board and equipped with Intel’s second generation Core chips, which means almost a dozen new devices, while three OptiPlex desktops, namely the 990, 790 and 390 models, have all been reintroduced.
The US consumer technology giant is apparently aiming to take on Apple in the ten-inch tablet category, with a device running on a system whose tablet suitability and popularity is yet to be proven.
Seemingly keen to hedge its bets, Dell is planning to make a series of Android-operated slate computers available in the coming months as well.