OpenText, the Canadian content management company, announced today that it was buying much of the customer experience content management business from HP Inc, the consumer printer business that emerged after the HP split last year. The deal was for approximately $170 million, according to a statement released by OpenText. What’s more OpenText expects the assets to generate… Read More
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With a still unannounced price and a footprint the size of a washing machine (as The BBC handily points out), the Jet Fusion 3D 4200 is big and (most likely) expensive. But HP is also positioning the big ole industrial machine as an entry into a new paradigm for 3D printing, calling it, “the world’s first production-ready 3D printing system.”
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HP Envy 14 Spectre An Ultrabook That is An Eye-Candy and Also Performs Optimally
HP Envy 14 Spectre is an ultrabook manufactured by the industry's leading company Hewlett Packard (HP). It is one of the most talked about, an optimally performing touch laptop. Being an ultrabook means that, it is a thin and a powerful laptop, that was among the very first ultrabook of 14 inch. Though, it's a bit heavier and also costs a little more than others, but that shouldn't be the reasons for not trying this powerful machine that has high-end design and also strong performance. It has got an excellent keyboard, an amazing 1600X900 edge to edge display; enveloped with Gorilla Glass, and also a responsive trackpad.
HP Envy 14 Spectre lacks space for optical drive and no ports support on the front and back side are present, but there is a necessary collection of ports and buttons, which includes a power socket, mute button, volume dial, and beats audio launch key, at the right edge of the laptop. Also it squeezes a display port, HDMI socket, USB ports, Ethernet jack and headphone jack at the left side of the laptop.
The keyboard of HP Envy 14 Spectre is a backlit keyboard. Not to forget it is also pretty spacious. This laptop gives better typing experience than those of the same size range. It gives plenty of room to type as freely as you can, making you do less spelling mistakes.
A good option that helps in saving the battery of the laptop is, you can press F5 key and make all the keys go dark; except the function key. Also pressing a €T€ key automatically opens the Twitter page. But there's one major issue, the €Break€ key is missing. Although the trackpad does give some friction, but it is responsive, and gets the job done. You can pinch to zoom in and out, and move the cursor the usual way.
Also HP Envy 14 Spectre comes with an amazingly good sounding audio system, which is among the best in the market that you can get in an ultrabook. The integrated graphics is a feature that does a fine job.
Coming to specification, it has 4GB of system RAM, 1600X900 screen resolution, 14 inch screen size, Intel Core i5 processor with 1.6 GHz processing speed, 9 hours maximum battery life, LCD screen, Wi-Fi support, Bluetooth, and comes with a Windows 7 bundled.
It is a pretty powerful laptop that has stunning good looks, without getting impractical and overdoing stuff. Moreover the inbuilt specifications make it a good ultrabook that performs optimally. But you can't always expect best form any laptop. There might be a point where you may need assistance from experts.
Getting assistance with HP product related issues:
HP itself has its own HP support team, which you can contact to sort your issues. Another pretty easy way to get help in HP product related issues is contacting the third-party companies. SupportMart is such ace tech company, which has a HP Support team of experts, dedicated to solving out all queries related to any HP product. You can call them on their HP Tech Support number or reach them through email or live chat.