HP reveals stylish and affordable Windows Notebook PC – The HP Stream


HP is never short of surprises, especially during the festive season. Yes, this next product from HP is surely to be a perfect gift for holiday.

To bring out the festive joy, HP introduces a NEW kind of notebook PC – the HP Stream. HP’s latest and innovative Windows notebook PC provides unsurpassed value in a thin and light package, and includes value-added services with free cloud storage for instant access and sharing of content with 1TB of Microsoft OneDrive for one year; Office 365 Personal for one year to edit, share or collaborate in real-time. Now you can enjoy the best of both worlds in a thin, light and affordable notebook PC with the power for most every day computing tasks.

You can also enjoy your entertainment experience in high-definition with an 11.6” HD display or 13.3” HD display. While the innovative fanless design with high efficiency Intel ® Celeron ™ processor and 32GB of eMMC flash memory allows for quiet, cool operation and quick file recall.

The HP Stream will be available in Malaysia from 1 January 2015 onwards for starting price of RM1,099.  The HP Stream comes in stunning colours of Orchid Magenta or Horizon Blue.

HP unleashes the OMEN Gaming Notebook

3C14 HP Omen, Catalog, Center facing

HP turns up the heat by summoning the HP Omen, a hardcore gaming PC that is packed with performance, portability and wicked style. As chilling as it may sound, the HP Omen is devilishly good looking.

The HP Omen is powered by the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M and Intel Core™ i7 Quad Core processor for high performance with stunning graphic. While most games are designed to run in full HD, the HP Omen offers a 15.6-inch diagonal, 1080p touch-enabled display – optimised for smooth frame rates with rich colours the way games are built to be seen.

The standard 128GB solid-state drive (SSD) enables games to load 2-3 times faster than conventional hard drives, while the optional 256GB and 512GB PCIe SSD drives will triple the load speed. Consumer will also have a choice of 8GB or 16GB DDR3, and graphic memory of 2GB or 4GB GDDR5 that will deliver fast, stutter-free frame rates and most of all, stunning graphics.

The HP Omen is cloaked in blackness with solid aluminum chassis, the HP Omen is optimised for pure gaming experience. It comes with a customisable backlit keyboard with seven zones of multicolour lighting and with six programmable function keys for accurate and faster keystroke. And with Beats Audio technologies and speakers, the HP Omen will bring your gaming experience to a whole new dimension.

3C14 HP Omen, Catalog, Right facing

At only 19.9mm thin and weighs no more than 4.68lb, the HP Omen is portable and sleek. Being the wicked one, it can surely handle the heat – the industrial design of HP Omen was engineered from ground up to manage thermals. With dual fans to pull cool air through the bottom of the system, pushing hot air through exhaust fans at the rear of the system. That keeps hot air away from the keyboard so it won’t burn your hands.

The Omen comes with a HP Omen Gaming Mouse X9000 and the HP Omen Gaming Backpack.

The HP OMEN is now available for order in Malaysia via hp.com/my/OMEN at a starting price of RM6,999 includes the NVIDIA GTX860M with 4GB GDDR5, Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor, 16GB DDR3 system memory, and a 512GB SSD.  The HP OMEN Gaming Mouse X9000 is priced at RM149 and the HP OMEN Gaming Backpack also at RM149.

Flexbook Brings Origami Form and Function to Real Life Tech


Portability seems to be the buzzword for all the latest gadgets nowadays. Whether it’s the latest gaming device or just another smartphone, we want to have freedom and great computing power in our hands. Fujitsu Flexbook could just be the answer to it.


‘Flexbook’, is a concept designed by Taiwan-based designer Hao-Chun Huang and was shortlisted from over 1000 designs in Fujitsu’s 2011 Design Award contest. The notebook can be folded into a range of configurations, while a 180-degree swivel touch screen offers different configurations of viewing, including a laptop and tablet mode – hence offers a portable, multi-use computing within a single device.

The design is supposed to be waterproof, but only time will tell if this is possible in this form factor.


[Source: DesignBoom]
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