We live in a world of ever-changing technology and any tech-savvy fans know new gadgets come out on a monthly (and sometimes weekly) basis.
You can never go wrong with upgrading your laptops, printers, and monitors to deliver fast results. But with new upgrades, comes spending money. So, let’s consider looking at deals without breaking the bank. Introducing: HP.
HP is known for having the best laptops, printers, and other devices on the market. Right now, you can score Labor Day discounts right on Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. So, upgrade that old-fashioned laptop you’ve been using since high school with an HP.
Need a lightweight laptop when you go back to school? There’s an HP for anyone, from gamers to photographers to designers, this timeless brand has the best devices to get your work done.
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You need a laptop with wider computer screen. This laptop is 17.3 inches long and has a impressive battery life that lasts up to 11.5 hours. Plus, you save $131!
You’ll wow your coworkers with this touchscreen laptop. This laptop has an impressive HD camera that can show off every detail of your background during your meetings. Plus, it features a backlit keyboard, 16GB memory, and latest Windows 11.
Hey business owners, it’s time to upgrade that computer monitor with this one right here. This 21.5 diagonal monitor gives you the best angles with its FHD resolution and have ports to plug in your devices to connect with no problem.
This printer has easy-to-use features that you can use all from the HP Smart App. If you’re out grabbing a cup of joe and need to print something out before a meeting, you can do it right from the app.
Yep, you can grab your electronics at your favorite superstore and channel Barbie with this cute pink HP laptop. This laptop has a impressive 64GB memory that you can save all your music, photos, and many more.
This may look like a regular two-sided printer, but it gets the job done fast. Your home office will love this printer thanks to its easy shortcuts and you get six months of free Instant Ink and an extended 2-year warranty.
This computer monitor has a huge wide angle and sleek design to get most of your work done. Plus, you can stream and watch TV shows or movies, too.
Let’s hope there’s no distraction when you’re completing a project or homework with this computer monitor. This monitor has a blue light mode that won’t hurt your eyes if you’re someone who stares at the computer monitor for numerous hours.
If you prefer to have a keyboard and mouse in hand, take this combo set when you’re on-the-go. What’s cool about this set is their quiet features so you will not distract anyone when you’re typing away.
From college students to stay-at-home moms, Target has the best deals on electronics. This Chromebook laptop is made to put in work, thanks to its 14-inch display, backlit keyboard, and 128 GB memory.
You need a computer with a long-lasting battery life. This laptop has a battery life that last all day and help get you through many tasks while listening to music and streaming your favorite shows.
This printer packs a punch thanks to its high-speed features. You and your friends can print your essays and study guides right from your phone, thanks to the HP Smart App.
Make memories and print out all your favorite pics with this portable photo printer. You can use your phone to add filters, stickers and many more all through the HP Sprocket App.
If you swear by The Sims (yes, we’re talking about putting the CDs in the slot), then you need a desktop PC to play all of your favorite PC games. This Desktop PC gives you an impressive high performance thanks to its processor and Bluetooth technology.
You can power through the work or school day with this HP laptop. Write, design and edit your work with ease thanks to this laptop’s latest Windows 11 and long-lasting battery life.
To add a little interior design to your work desk, this HP monitor has a sleek design and gives you a unstoppable performance. Plus, it has the latest technology, AMD processor, and huge storage space.
This printer can make sure you can print anytime. Thanks to its wireless feature, this printer includes security features to keep all of your documents safe.
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Talking about the audio performance, the HP Dragonfly G4 comes equipped with four Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers. The laptop houses two top-firing speakers and two bottom-firing speakers. And the laptop does offer a powerful music experience which makes it better than the rival laptop available in the market. The volume levels were pretty good and you can clearly hear the vocals and also enjoy the bass. Also, the audio experience was quite good when we watched movies and videos on the laptop. This one from HP does offer an impressive sound experience.
The HP Dragonfly G4 runs Windows 11 Pro operating system for businesses and it also comes with various HP apps. You can find HP apps like HP Easy Clean which enables you to temporarily disable the keyboard so that you can clean it easily. Then there's also the HP Power Manager app which keeps you updated about the battery status, temperature and storage capacity available on the laptop. You will also find the HP Support Systems app on the laptop which will help you in running system diagnostics and provides guided troubleshooting solutions. Along with this, it also has all the standard Microsoft apps and the famous Solitaire Collection.
The 5MP webcam on the HP Dragonfly G4 also works fine and we did not notice any problem with it during video calls and virtual meetings. The laptop also comes with multi-camera support which allows users to use one camera to focus on a product or whiteboard while keeping the other on their face. The premium laptop also has an Auto camera select functionality which uses face tracking to automatically switch between two cameras based on which camera the user is facing. The webcam software on the HP Dragonfly G4 also offers an Adjustable Background Blur feature. The feature lets users customise their image, blur on a sliding scale, or replace the background with an image.
HP unveiled its latest line-up of gaming laptops powered by Intel(R)? Core(TM)? processors, designed to power up gamers and content creators' computing experience. The new OMEN Transcend 16, OMEN 16 and Victus 16 laptops offer lifestyle and hardcore gamers in Thailand the flexibility to work and play hard, equipping them with powerful devices to ace in virtual battlefields, as well as their creative workflows and processes.
Thailand is at the center of gaming and esports boom in Southeast Asia. Number of gamers in Thailand is expected to grow to 11.5 million users by 2027 , as more youths turn to video games to connect with friends and likeminded enthusiasts in the gaming community . To help Thai gamers to excel and play an active role in the gaming community, HP unveils a new series of gaming laptops for every type of gamer, empowering them to play to win by elevating their capabilities and experiences through innovative technologies.
"At HP, we are constantly driving local insights and gathering feedback to understand our customers current gaming and computing needs to perfect our portfolio of products, ensuring there is a solution for every type of gamer. The new OMEN Transcend 16, OMEN 16 and Victus 16 are testaments to our pursuit for innovation, and we will continue to enhance our gaming portfolio to bring gamers everything they need to enjoy the game they love," said Varanit Athijaratroj, Managing Director of HP Thailand.
Blazing Fast Gameplay with Cutting-Edge Power to Create
Both lifestyle gamers and gaming enthusiasts want devices that provide them the power to play the most demanding AAA games and performance to handle the most graphically intensive creative activities including multitasking, accelerate 3D models rendering, or when using powerful creative tools like Adobe software suite. The OMEN Transcend 16 laptop was built for gaming and creation with cutting-edge, premium slim chassis and high-end internal components.
The New OMEN Transcend 16 laptop helps gamers ace their favorite games by:
Extreme Performance to Play Anything
HP is also announcing the next generation OMEN 16 laptop for hardcore gamers. This is the most powerful OMEN 16 yet, with a gen-over-gen improvement of 119 percent FPS in Cyberpunk 2077 . It is powered by up to a 13th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-13900HX mobile processor for ultra-fast in-game computations. Graphics powered by up to an NVIDIA(R) GeForce(R) RTX(TM) 4080 Laptop GPU ensures every pixel is rendered at lightning speeds on up to a QHD 240Hz display with a 3ms response time.
The OMEN Transcend 16 and OMEN 16 laptops enable users to:
High Performance Mainstream Gaming
Ninety percent of Gen Z reports regularly playing and engaging with games, and Generation Alpha cites gaming makes up 21 percent of their leisure time . These audiences need a device that adapts to how they play and live, and the Victus 16 laptop delivers this with this high performance in a mainstream device. Elevated through OMEN Dynamic Power, users can start their gaming journeys with the flexibility for schoolwork, entertainment and content creation.
Victus 16 laptop empowers those starting their gaming journeys to:
Seamless Ecosystem with HyperX
Seamless connectivity is a critical part of any gamer's gaming experience. For the first time, HyperX and OMEN together engineered the world's first gaming laptops with an embedded module for intuitive audio pairing and ultra-low latency solution via a bundled HyperX Cloud II Core Wireless Gaming Headset option . Enabled on OMEN Transcend 16 and OMEN 16 laptops, this quick and easy configuration allows for anyone to step into a seamless gaming experience with impeccable audio out of the box.
HyperX gaming headset, keyboards, mice and microphones complement all the announced OMEN and Victus products for the ultimate gaming ecosystem.
Pricing and Availability
The OMEN Transcend 16, OMEN 16 and Victus 16 laptops are available at all authorised resellers and online platforms or at HP.com with pricing as follows
Starting today and lasting until August 31st, 2023, seize the opportunity to indulge in HP's exclusive offer: a complimentary special gift of the OMEN or Victus Fury Bundle with purchase of OMEN or Victus laptops. This promotion is applicable solely to joint-promotion items at premier IT stores nationwide. The gift bundle includes the HyperX Cloud Core DTS gaming headset and the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Lightweight gaming mouse, or you can receive ADP coverage upgrade for a period of up to 3 years, valued at over 10,000 baht.
(*Limited product availability, terms and conditions as specified by the company)
Last year, Pininfarina proved to the world it wasn't messing around when it actually put the properly batshit 1,900-horsepower Battista into the hands of some very wealthy customers. Now the company's back, at Monterey Car Week, with something even more manic, beautiful, and frightening: the Pininfarina B95 Barchetta.
Built for the iconic design firm's 95th anniversary, the new Pininfarina B95 is based on the existing Battista but features new styling, loses its roof, and adds far more drama. It still uses a carbon fiber monocoque, with carbon fiber body panels and aluminum crash structures, that houses a 120-kWh T-shaped, liquid-cooled battery pack. Each wheel is driven by its own electric motor, giving the quad-motor powertrain a total of 1,877 horsepower and 1,725 lb-ft of tarmac-churning torque. Pininfarina claims 0-60 mph in under two seconds and a top speed of 186 mph.
Now imagine all of that sans roof. In Italian, "barchetta" means "little boat." In the automotive world, it typically refers to roofless sports cars that often lack real windshields. The B95 is a continuation of that trend, as it too lacks a roof and, instead of a proper windshield, it has individual, electrically adjustable windscreens for each passenger. They can raise and lower on exposed aluminum supports independently, so you can choose how many bugs and pebbles you'd like to perforate your face at nearly 200 mph. Graciously, Pininfarina will let buyers custom order helmets, to ensure facial integrity during high-speed blasts.
Despite sharing clear familiarity with the Battista, the Pininfarina B95 looks like if Italians tried to make a BAC Mono competitor, with its roofless design and dual rollover humps. The front hood intake also now has long strakes, which may help with aero but are probably just there because they look cool. Inside, the B95's cabin is mostly the same as the Battista's, save for its gorgeous seats, with their upper houndstooth design made from sustainable fabric. However, where the Battista had normal seatbelts, the B95 has four-point harnesses with leather shoulder straps.
Pininfarina will only make ten of these beautifully manic B95 speedsters and each one will cost $4,791,600, before customization. The Battista was already such a violently fast car, and removing the roof should only make it even more dramatic. Now I just need to figure out which non-essential organs I need to sell on the black market to afford one.
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Automobili Pininfarina has unveiled its second model, the B95 speedster, at Monterey Car Week.
The B95 uses the same powertrain as the Battista coupe, an 1877-horsepower quad-motor setup developed by Rimac.
Only 10 units will be assembled, and Pininfarina is offering endless customization options such as the houndstooth fabric adorning the seat headrests in this example.
The Pininfarina Battista burst onto the scene in 2022 with a sharp design and an 1877-horsepower electric powertrain borrowed from the Rimac Nevera. Automobili Pininfarina—spun off from the famous design house of the same name after it was purchased by Indian industrial conglomerate Mahindra—has now revealed its second model, an open-top hypercar called the B95, at Monterey Car Week.
The B95—"B" is for barchetta, an Italian word for roofless, two-seat sports cars—is built on the same Rimac-sourced bones as the Battista, with a T-shaped 120.0-kWh lithium-ion battery pack slotted into a carbon-fiber housing. It feeds juice to four electric motors, one at each wheel, for a total of 1877 horsepower, and Pininfarina claims a 60-mph sprint of under 2.0 seconds and a top speed over 186 mph. That seems plenty fast for a car without a windshield, let alone a roof. Pininfarina also promises that the B95 can charge at up to 270 kW on a DC fast charger, going from 20 to 80 percent in 25 minutes.
While the powertrain may be nothing new, the stunning bodywork certainly is. The B95 is wide and low, with flowing curves and a pointy front end featuring a visor-like full-width trim piece that houses LED headlights. Although there is no traditional windshield, the clear polycarbonate aero screens are mounted on aluminum arms that can raise or lower to help shield the occupants from wind. Pininfarina will also offer bespoke matching helmets for B95 buyers. Two streamlined fairings sprout up behind the seats to Excellerate the airflow over the vehicle.
The example unveiled in Monterey is painted in a grayish hue called Bronzo Superga that contains gold flake, juxtaposed with bright yellow Giallo Arneis paint on the nose and driver's side fairing. The front splitter and rear diffuser are finished in exposed carbon fiber and the B95 rides on black aluminum wheels measuring 20 inches up front and 21 inches at the rear. The brakes match the contrasting Giallo Arneis paintwork.
The cabin, if you can even call it that, uses a dashboard and center console design that appears nearly identical to that of the Battista coupe, with a trio of screens situated behind the steering wheel and lots of carbon fiber trim on the rest of the dashboard. Tan leather covers the seats, center console, and dashboard, contrasting with brushed black aluminum trim, while the seat headrests are decked out in a snazzy Pied de Poule Houndstooth fabric.
Pininfarina will only build 10 units of the B95, with nearly unlimited customization options allowing each example to be unique. There's no word on price, but with the Battista starting at $2.2 million for the 150-unit production run, we imagine the much more exclusive B95 will cost a significant chunk more.
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