Wednesday, October 31, 2012

HP ENVY x2 - What Did You Know About It?

These days, I have an idea that I want to buy a new laptop as the old one can not work for me efficiently with slow speed, destroyed interface. The worst thing is that I should always reinstall the computer as its blue screen always show me up. It is Lenovo, Windows Vista.
My boy friend looked for one of the notebook for me yet. It is HP ENVY x2 and I like it very much. Here I'd like to share the details about it with you.



price: $849.00 *
 The laptop that doubles as a tablet. The new HP ENVY x2 gives you the power of two PCs in one.
  • 1. Picture perfect  - See everything in bright, vivid color on an 11.6-inch diagonal HD display.1 Ultra-wide viewing angles help you see clearly no matter how you hold it.
  • 2. Laptop or tablet? It's both -    
    Quickly switch from laptop to tablet and back again. The tablet magnetically slides off and on, latching securely into place. This versatile machine works with touch or a keyboard—adapting to your needs with ease.
  • 3. LED-backlit displayWelcome your brightest days of watching movies, exploring new worlds, and telling your own multimedia stories.
  • 4. Premium sound and display - Beats Audio and dual speakers provide great-sounding, rich audio on your PC. The ultra-wide viewing angles and bright, vivid color on the 11.6-inch diagonal HD display mean you can enjoy crystal-clear movies, pictures, music, and games—no matter how you hold it.
Tech Spec
Battery life Up to 14 total hours (tablet and base)
Weight Tablet 1.54 lbs, total 3.13 lbs
Dimensions Tablet + base 11.92” x 8.11” x 0.76”, tablet 0.37”
Screen size 11.6”, 1366 x 768, 16:9, 400 nits
Touch Yes—Near Field Communications (NFC) Capacitive Touchscreen
Hard drive size 64 GB eMMC
Processor Intel Clover Trail SoC

If you want to buy it, you can order it online from:

Monday, October 29, 2012

How to Get Windows 8?

It was a good news that at 12:01 local time Friday, Microsoft made Windows 8 available for download all across the globe following a big launch on Oct. 25, 2012 in New York City.

If you have a computer you’d like to upgrade to Windows 8, there are several options depending on your situation. If you purchased a PC after June 2, you can upgrade to Windows 8 for $15. Anyone else running Windows 7, Vista, or XP can upgrade for $40 --just make sure your PC has the specs to handle the new OS.
After you get Windows 8 up and running, there are three browsers you can choose from that include versions for both the Modern UI and the traditional desktop: Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer.\
I have a Windows 7 Hp laptop, and I would like to upgrade it to Windows 8, for the biggest reason is that the interface of Windows 8, colourful, powerful and charming.
If you want to get more info about  Windows 8 released news, just visit its official site: