Review: HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr (Verizon)

Posted by Dan H. on Sep 02, 2011 | 3 Comments

Verizon has been working with notebook manufacturers to provide notebooks with integrated with data. Now that Verizon has launched their 4G LTE network, notebooks with integrated LTE data are arriving in stores. We’ve got the first Verizon LTE notebook, the HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr, and we’ve compiled our full review below! Specifications Before we talk about the actual hardware, let’s go over the specs. Powering... 

HP’s webOS keyboard-less device and Verizon Pre 3 images popup

Posted by Matt P. on Apr 06, 2011 | 3 Comments

The folks over at PreCentral got sent the above photo and has been told that this is an upcoming webOS device with possible code name, Stingray. It’ will also be the first of it’s kind to release sans keyboard, if true. Now, you’ll see a circle on the upper right side and IMO, it’s most likely just a proximity sensor. Now onto the Pre 3 that’s running on Verizon (picture after the break).... 

Executive Roulette at HP and Apple

Posted by Zealot on Aug 08, 2010 | 5 Comments

Two major resignations took the tech world by surprise over the weekend, both of which are just dripping with irony. First of all, HP’s CEO Mark Hurd has resigned over financial improprieties that came to light during a sexual harassment investigation. Then, Mark Papermaster, the executive in charge of the iPhone 4 and widely regarding as the man personally responsible for the iPhone Antenna, is “leaving Apple”... 

Palm Dropping webOS Dev Fees

Posted by Zealot on Jun 30, 2010 | 3 Comments

Well, it looks like HP is serious about making a run at the mobile marketshare it lost long ago, and they are going to use webOS to do it. In very welcome news today, we are hearing from many different developers that an email went out from Palm saying that they were not only dropping the $50 fee for registering an application on Palm’s webOS App Catalog, but REFUNDING the money of everyone who had already paid, from... 

Palm/HP Deal Closes, Rubinstein’s Fate Announced

Posted by Zealot on Jun 28, 2010 | 6 Comments

It has been quite a couple of years for Palm, that grand old man of handheld technology. The Pilot glory days long forgotten, they were written off as dead for ages. Then iPod creator Jon Rubinstein came over from Apple, they jettisoned the Treo line and the PalmOS to create webOS and the Palm Pre which took the tech world by storm…at least for a couple weeks. For a little while everyone in the tech world seemed convinced... 

HP Mini 100e announced

Posted by Rich Bilancia on Jun 23, 2010 | 4 Comments

HP has announced a netbook targeting the education market—the HP Mini 100e “designed to help schools around the world acquire affordable, reliable computing technology.”  Configurations priced less than $300 will be available. “The HP Mini 100e includes productivity, education and security software from Microsoft, such as Microsoft® Office 2010 (preloaded),(1) Microsoft Math and Microsoft Security Essentials. In... 

HP Laptops: Dependable or Disposable?

Posted by Adam Wyss on May 23, 2010 | 19 Comments

It’s a simple question, is an HP laptop something you should invest in, or something to get you by until you can purchase a real computer?  I would love to take a look at this issue today because I feel based on my personal experience that this is an issue that needs to be brought to the public’s attention. AKPC_IDS += "36688,"; Read More →

HP Slate is now the ‘Hurricane’

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on May 12, 2010 | 11 Comments

It’s happening what many thought that will happen after the announce of HP buying Palm was released. HP will put WebOS in the HP Slate according to news posted today at GottabeMobile.  HP Slate will not be released this summer as previously expected. Instead, the company is in a rush to get Palm’s WebOS onto a slate device that will be named the HP Hurricane. The sources, who are about as close to the project... 

HP Buys Palm

Posted by Diego Samuilov on Apr 29, 2010 | 6 Comments

After all the names thrown out for potential buyers of Palm Inc. it was announced that HP would be the one to actually complete the purchase. Hewlett Packard confirmed late last night that they will be purchasing Palm, Inc. for about $1 billion in cash. The purchase completes at $5.70 per share, which is more than 20% higher than Palm’s price per share previous to the announcement. Palm, Inc. had about 80% of the... 

HP Slate vs. iPad

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Apr 08, 2010 | 11 Comments

Recently Engadget has published the following comparison tablet reveling for the first time the HP Stale Specifications. Slate will run $549 in its base configuration, which has a 8.9-inch 1024 x 600 capacitive multitouch display, a 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor with UMA graphics and an accelerator for 1080p video playback (we’re assuming it’s a Broadcom Crystal HD chip), 32GB of flash storage and 1GB of non-upgradeable... 

HP is playing hard

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Apr 06, 2010 | 7 Comments

Like in a response to the release to market of the iPad; HP has released a new video that would translate in something like "what I have that you don’t have". This and a marketing campaign like I have not seen from HP in a long time could be something that Apple did not see coming. YouTube - NEW! HP’s Slate Device: A Full Mobile Experience AKPC_IDS += "36339,"; Read More →

It’s not the HP Slate, but…

Posted by Rich Bilancia on Feb 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

…HP has just announced their first business touch-enabled convertible tablet.  It’s called the HP EliteBook 2740p. Like other touch-enabled Tablet PCs already available from Dell and Lenovo, the EliteBook 2740p with both a pen digitizer and a capacitive multi-touch digitizer allows both input and navigation from a keyboard, a pen/stylus and/or fingers.  After reading the specs it appears that the entry... 

A Zeen?

Posted by Zealot on Dec 30, 2009 | 5 Comments

Zeen. Sounds like something out of a Dr. Seuss book, but is it actually a word? Well, HP has been having a lot of success with their well-regarded Mini line of netbooks, and is still producing iPaq devices, one of the last prestigious handheld brands left.  However many people have commented that beyond that, HP has been strangely quiet as tech companies are preparing to come out of the recession with all their... 

AT&T Branded HP iPAQ K3 = Hot Stuff

Posted by Chris Leckness on Jul 24, 2009 | 5 Comments

I don’t know if anyone remembers a post I made back in May, but it was me getting a little excited to see HP jumping back into the picture. You know that I have a big soft spot in my heart for Dell and HP. Anyhow, an AT&T road map blew up some secrets about some devices, including the HP iPAQ K3. Well, that HP iPAQ K3 leak we talked about is becoming more of a reality now… Yeah… what you see... 

HP Tablet PC for $699.99

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Jul 20, 2009 | 2 Comments

Woot is offering a really good deal today for a HP Tablet PC using a Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz processor.  HP Tablet PCs are one of the best in the market at this moment and this is an excellent price. AKPC_IDS += "26566,"; Read More →

Breaking the Green Dam

Posted by Zealot on Jul 05, 2009 | 11 Comments

Politics are usually something I try to avoid on the internet. Lord knows we all have enough reasons for sleepless nights and high blood pressure (parenting for instance) without adding the endless partisan demonizing that goes on over the internet due to politics. However, there are some things that go beyond politics and enter the realm of ethics and basic human rights. As I am sure all of you know, the current government... 

HP Continues to Create “Enterprise Netbooks”

Posted by Zealot on Jun 30, 2009 | 5 Comments

The big netbook talk this week has been all about the HP 5101, a netbook clearly aimed at the same business and Enterprise users as the HP Mini-note 2140 had been, based on the feature set. Since most netbooks are viewed as purely consumer market creations, that is a bit on an anomaly right off the bat. To please more demanding users in the Enterprise, everything about this unit seems to be a bit above the standard netbook…bigger... 

HP Windows Mobile Phone for AT&T, Finally…

Posted by Chris Leckness on May 24, 2009 | 7 Comments

Talk about a surprise for all, right? I have pretty much written Dell and HP out of the Smartphone game after all these years. If you are new to Mobilitysite, it is a mixture of a merge of Mobilitysite, iPaqHQ, and Aximsite, among others. There are still quite a few iPAQ and Axim questions that get answered in our forums too. In the past, I have been real critical of HP and how long it takes them to get devices to market.... 

Happy Earth Day From Boston-Power!

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 22, 2009 | 3 Comments

Last month, Boston-Power announced that HP made available its new brand of eco-certified notebook PC batteries – the Enviro Series – based on Boston-Power’s next-generation Lithium-ion technology, Sonata. This marks the first time a U.S.-based battery company has ever sold battery technology to a notebook PC provider. The Enviro Series battery is compatible with more than 70 percent of HP’s consumer notebook models.... 
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HP Pavilion dv2 Now Available

Posted by Chris Leckness on Apr 07, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Announced at CES in January, the HP Pavilion dv2 is now available through and select retailers nationwide. Starting at $749, this thin and light notebook PC provides stylish mobility and performance at a great value. The dv2 provides productivity and rich entertainment capability while measuring just under 1-inch thick and less than 4 pounds. Powerful discrete graphics and a full range of connectivity options... 
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