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HP's New Laptops And Desktops: Made For Students, Gamers, Everyone

HP has some new PCs for you to ogle, including a reinvented Pavilion X2 tablet-laptop hybrid, a new Envy laptop, and the Envy Phoenix gaming desktop. It’s a big makeover for the company’s line-up, laptops especially, and if you’re looking for a new machine to take to school or uni then your interest should be piqued.


Top 5: Premium 2 In 1 Laptops / Tablets Over $750 In Australia

Chart: Looking for a new 2 in 1 laptop / tablet running Windows 8.1? Get work done by day and kick back with a touchscreen tablet by night. Here are the best premium machines in Australia as of June 2, 2015.


HP Spectre x360: Australian Review

2 in 1 laptops can take many different forms. They can twist, they can detach, they can rotate. This one flips. The HP Spectre x360 is a regular laptop for the most part, and it does an absolutely sterling job of being a regular laptop whenever you need it to be. And, when you want it to be something else for those few special moments, its 360-degree hinge lets it become a tablet.


US Presidential Candidate Really Should Have Remembered To Register Her Domain Name

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina just announced that she’s running for US President, gunning for the GOP presidential bid along with Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. But it looks like she forgot to register her domain names before jumping into the political arena. Whoops.


HP Spectre x360 Review: My New Favourite Backflipping Windows Laptop

“Oooh, what’s that?” It’s the reaction I get every time I pull out the new HP Spectre x360 in a coffee shop. It hasn’t failed yet. Java fiends always want to know where I got such a good-looking laptop — and they’re always surprised when I tell them the answer. But the truly surprising thing about HP’s new Spectre is how much you get for your money.


HP Spectre x360: Australian Video Hands-On

This is it! It’s the flagship 2 in 1 laptop for 2015 from HP and Intel called the Spectre x360. It’s fast, it’s affordable and it’s in our review labs.


HP Stream Mini Review: A Deceptively Capable Tiny Desktop

Back in the ’90s, you could buy a bargain-brand Gateway or eMachines PC for about $US400. They were everywhere. Everybody’s grandma got in on the action. They were also, objectively, pretty crappy computers. That’s more true now than ever. Why? Because now we have the $US180 HP Stream Mini. That’s why.


Relive The Internet Of The 1990s In 6 Gifs

Thirty years ago, on 15 March, 1985, the first .com domain name — symbolics.com — was registered by the technology company Symbolics, marking the birth of the commercial internet. But things started heating up in the 1990s. Click back to those days with these nostalgic gifs.


Laptop Buying Guide: Brand New Versus Second-Hand

Everyone wants a new laptop, but it can be hard to find the right upgrade at the right price. Another option is to pick something up second-hand – you just might be surprised by the savings.


HP's Spectre X360 Might Be The Best Transforming Laptop I've Ever Seen

Milled aluminium. All-day battery life. Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. A bitchin’ keyboard, and a large, clickable trackpad with excellent multitouch response. If you didn’t know any better, you’d think I was describing a MacBook Air. I’m not — I’m talking HP’s Spectre x360, a gorgeous premium convertible PC that starts at just $1499 via HP Australia.


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