The opportunities for humor on this split are going to be rich.
HP CEO Meg Whitman has outlined a management re-org to steer the business toward an eventual split into two separate Fortune 50 firms, according to an internal memo seen by El Chan. The Palo Alto-based company is consciously uncoupling, with the Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) division set to become HP Inc, and the server …
I bought an HP Stream 7 tablet with Windows 8. Great price, only $100.
First impressions were good. Until I plugged in headphones and found that the headphone output audio has some sort of electrical interference, buzzing and beeping such that it's unusable. Then the wifi connection to the network become unreliable; no matter what I tried.
Fiddling away while the empire crumbles around her.
We've moved our DC kits from HP/Compaq to IBM/Lenovo and Dell. The lesser of two evils IMHO. It became absolute torture to order anything from them.
Even their so called business laptops are total shite these days. A few years back they sold some power house elitebooks. Perfect for the Installation/Designer guys on the road. Where are they now? Gone.
Meg's house has riding damp that's meeting the dry rot and woodworm in the floor joists, the garden's full of Japanese Knotweed and the roof's about to collapse. So what does she do? Well, obviously, immediately post on Facebook how clever she is for painting the hallway.
She's astonishing. Really.
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