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Unlike other tablets, the 20" HP ENVY Rove The is not only a Windows 8 tablet, but it can also be used as an all-in-one PC. It's powered by an Intel Core i3M Haswell CPU, has 1TB of internal storage as well as an 8GB solid-state drive. The company claims that the device can hold 4 hours of battery life. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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HP's Pavilion 15-b010us 15.6" Sleekbook is currently being offered at just $449.99 shipped, originally priced at $699.99. Enjoy your favorite music with Dolby Advanced Audio, plus chat face to face with a webcam that makes sure you look your best, even in low light. Product page. Continue reading for a video review.

Notable features:
  • Intel Core i3-2377M 1.5 GHz (3 MB Cache).

  • 4GB DDR3.

  • 640 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive, 0 GB Solid-State Drive.

  • 15.6-Inch Screen.

  • Windows 8.
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HP's Pavilion g6-2132nr 15.6in Laptop is currently being offered at only $449.99 shipped, originally priced at $499.99. This laptop features a 2.7-GHz A-Series Dual-Core A6-4400M processor, 4GB of RAM, 640GB hard drive, and 2GB AMD Radeon HD 7520 G graphics. Product page. Continue reading for a video preview.

Keep your data safe and stay cool on the go with the HP Pavilion g6-2132nr Notebook PC, which has HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection and HP CoolSense. Plus, video chat using the webcam, work in multiple applications at the same time and enjoy premium audio.
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The HP Pavilion DM1 is an ultra-compact notebook that lets you control the cooling so heat is directed away from your lap -- hear music the way the artist intended with Beats Audio." On the inside, you'll find a 1.4-GHz AMD Dual-Core E-450 processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, AMD Radeon HD 6320 graphics, and an 11.6-inch BrightView LED-backlit display. It's currently being offered at just $399.99 shipped, originally $499.99. Product page. Continue reading for an unboxing video (3GB RAM version).

The HP Pavilion dm1-4142nr Entertainment PC weighs just 3.52 lbs and is about 1-inch slim, which makes it easy to carry. The HP Imprint finish in charcoal gives this HP laptop plenty of style, too. Video chat in low-light environments using the integrated HP TrueVision HD webcam, plus transfer photos from a memory card to your PC using the digital media reader.
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HP announced last week that it is pulling out of the webOS market and focusing exclusively on enterprise services as well as hardware sales. That meant the liquidation of its TouchPad, which is being offered online and at retailers like Best Buy starting at $99 (16GB Wi-Fi). Video review after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Best Buy has apparently changed its tune, saying on its website that it will sell any HP Touchpads it still has in stores at the discounted prices of $99 for the Wi-Fi-only 16GB device and $149 for the 32GB version.
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The HP TouchPad release has come and gone without so much as a whisper, but was the highly anticipated tablet worth the wait? For starters, it packs a 1.2-GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, and more than 8-hours of continuous usage when fully charged. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for the video review. Here's the bottom line:

Oh, happy day, when one first receives a device that's been eagerly anticipated for months. Sad, sad day when that device fails to live up to one's expectations.
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Available in 16GB ($499.99) or 32GB ($599.99) models, the HP TouchPad will go on sale beginning July 1st, with a 3G version hitting AT&T shortly after. In addition to a 9.7-inch multi-touch display, it features "a front-facing camera, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, stereo speakers, gyroscope and accelerometer sensors, Bluetooth compatibility and support for Adobe Flash." Click here for the first picture in gallery. Continue reading for an in-depth 37-minute preview.

The TouchPad runs webOS, the smartphone operating system developed by Palm. HP acquired Palm last year.
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Amazon is selling the HP SimpleSave 1.5TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive for just $89.99 shipped, originally priced at $149.99. The "minute you plug it in to a USB port, it begins backing up your data; there's no need to install and learn software." Product page.

User's will love this backup solution because the software finds all your valuable data, no matter where it is on your computer and, after the first backup, it frequently checks for file changes so your backup is always up to date.
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After months of rumors, the webOS-powered HP TouchPad has been officially unveiled, and it looks to give Apple's iPad a run for its money..at least until the iPad 2 is released. Powering this tablet is a 1.2-GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 16GB / 32GB of internal memory, and a 9.7-inch display. Available this summer in a Wi-Fi model -- 3G and 4G versions to follow. Videos after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Rubenstein claims that this here tablet is "screaming fast," and the software UI we're seeing looks downright luscious. There's a new paneled email application a Growl-like pop-up notification system, support for Skype calling...
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After months of leaked spy shots, the HP Slate 500 has been officially unveiled. Priced at $799, it packs a "1.86GHz Intel Atom Z540 processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB SSD and Broadcom's Crystal HD accelerator for handling 1080p video," into a 1.5-pound package. Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Surrounding the metal edges is a USB port, headphone jacks, keyboard button and that always useful Alt + Ctrl + Delete key. Interestingly the right side is also home to a slide-out Windows license -- HP tells us it had be included, but they didn't want to muck up the nice contoured back.
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