With the tablet PC category in portable computing growing quickly, HP today announced that their latest line of EliteBook convertible tablets will begin shipping next month.
The duo are named the EliteBook 2740p and 2540p, powered by a choice of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, ranging from 2-4GB RAM (Upgradeable to 8 GB), encased in a beautiful stainless steel finish and magnesium alloy case for durability. Prices will start from $1099 to $1599 depending upon your configured options.more →
We’ve already seen a cell phone with a projector, giving users the ability to share their small screen image on a bigger canvas. Now HP seems to be taking the same approach to its mobile computing solutions, making business presentations so much easier for the professional on the go.more →
This has been a long time coming, since we have all been using the USB 2.0 standard for a very long while now. It’s about time that we get a suitable bump in speed to go along with our higher quality video and larger file sizes. And so, USB 3.0 is finally making its way […]more →
As great as that USB Rocket Stick may be, it’s just much more convenient when your wireless device has integrated connectivity with the cellular network. You could surf the web on your BlackBerry or iPhone, but now Rogers is offering Canada’s first 3.5G embedded netbook. It was announced earlier today that Rogers Wireless would be […]more →