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Decimation of company

The maker of expensive printer ink HP has decimated its staff claiming that is justified due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

While HP must have made a killing as businesses rushed to buy hardware so their staff could work from home, during the pandemic, it appears that Covid is now being used as the reason for PC sale's slumping.

The computing giant has revealed its 2022 fiscal year results, showing fourth quarter revenues down 14.8 per cent compared to the same period last year so the answer is getting rid of ten per cent of staff.

The mass layoffs come after HP expanded the workforce by around 10,000 workers compared to this time last year. 

In what it calls its “Fiscal year 2023 Future Ready transformation” and anyone else might call “a slew of cost-cutting measures”, HP claimed it would make savings across around “digital transformation, portfolio optimisation and operational efficiency.”  At some point, history will say that workers killed managers who used this sort of language, particularly when they come to announce job cuts, and humanity generally benefited. 

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Killexams : Round up: The 8 best HP laptop Cyber Monday deals we recommend

If you're looking for the best Cyber Monday laptop deals, but have a particular preference for HP, we've got you covered with our roundup of the best HP deals we've spotted this Cyber Monday weekend! Everything from convertibles to gaming laptops is up for grabs, this list includes the best of them. 

Top Cyber Monday deal for an HP laptop

If you're looking for the absolute best deal from HP this Cyber Monday, which factors in quality, value, and savings, we think the HP Pavilion Aero 13 is the one to get. Normally, it's already terrific value, with a premium metallic chassis, large touchpad, and tactile keyboard, great 1080p display, and overall excellent build quality, paired with a low starting price of around $800. 

For Cyber Monday that starting price is down to below $500! You get the exact same product, but for almost half price. It's a crazy good deal for an excellent laptop that can handle most workflows and tasks with ease, thanks to its AMD Ryzen CPU on the inside.

Why are we recommending it besides the price? In our review, we gave this laptop a perfect 5 out of 5 score for all its features, quality, design, and being a joy to use. It may be affordable, but it's built like a premium top-tier laptop. We know you'll love it.

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HP Pavilion Aero 13 Laptop $799 $499 at HP Store

If you only have $500 to spend on a laptop this year this is the only one you should consider. It weighs just 2.2lbs, has a 16:10 display, is powered by AMD Ryzen, and it looks and feels great with its metal construction and large trackpad.View Deal

If the recommendation above doesn't tick your boxes, we've rounded up a list of other HP laptop deals we've spotted over the Cyber Monday weekend. Everything from the HP ENVY to the OMEN and Victus are up for grabs for less right now.

Best Cyber Monday deals for HP gaming laptops

Normally, we'd lean on HP's premium OMEN line of laptops to recommend as they're great, but the HP Victus is a better deal. It has a more powerful CPU (Core i7 vs. i5), GPU, a solid 144Hz refresh for the full HD display, and is $100 cheaper than the OMEN even though both have 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD.

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HP Victus 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop $1,099 $799 at Best Buy 

The Victus comes with Intel's 12th Gen Core i7-12650H processor and Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, making it a great gaming companion or a mobile workstation. It comes with a 144Hz refresh rate display with an FHD resolution screen, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB solid-state drive.View Deal

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OMEN by HP Laptop $1,299 $899 at HP Store

Equipped with a 16-inch FHD display, this laptop comes with plenty of performance thanks to its Intel Core i5-12500H processor and NVIDIA RTX 3050 GPU. It also has 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD storage, and USB-C, USB-A, and HDMI ports.View Deal

Best Cyber Monday deals for HP creator laptops

If you want a laptop for creating, meaning it has a larger display, excellent color gamut, a powerful CPU, and better speakers that delivers an overall better multimedia experience. 

Our top recommendation is the HP Spectre x360 16-inch. It's the more expensive one of the two, but Spectre is HP's top-tier, premium line, whereas Envy is the level below it without as many bells and whistles. 

The Spectre x360 16 is much more expensive because it has a gorgeous 16" 3K+ (3072 x 1920) display with excellent color accuracy and is a true 2-in-1 laptop. It also supports touch, inking/drawing, and HP includes the pen in the box! You're also getting more premium quad Bang & Olufsen speakers, higher build quality and a much more powerful CPU (Core i7-12700H vs. i5-1240P; H-series are much more powerful than the P-series of Intel chips). 

You can read our full review of the Spectre x360 16 (with OLED display option and discrete GPU) for more details on why we like this laptop so much. 

Of course, if you're on a budget the HP Envy Laptop 17t is no slouch. You're getting a massive 17.3," FHD (1920 x 1080), IPS, edge-to-edge glass, micro-edge display, a zippy 12th gen Intel Core i5, excellent 5MP webcam, and the minimalist, clean design from the Envy series of laptops that we adore. The screen, while huge, won't be as sharp at 17", but it'll still look good and let you see photos (or movies) on a scale like you've never seen before.

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HP Spectre x360 16-inch (16t-f100) $1,649 $1,149 at HP Store

HP's new 2022 16" convertible laptop has a drool-worthy 3K+ touch display, included pen, and a powerful H-series 12th Gen Core i7 processor. The audio is also insanely good as is the industry-leading 5MP webcam. View Deal

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HP Envy Laptop 17t | $1099 $649 at HP Store

This laptop comes with a 17.3-inch color-calibrated display for accurate colors along with a 5-megapixel camera with A.I.-powered noise reduction and auto-framing capabilities, making to a great tool for collaboration and video conferencing. View Deal

Best Cyber Monday deals HP convertible laptops

Want a convertible 2-in-1 laptop without breaking the bank? We have two recommendations, which are obvious in what separates them. 

The HP Envy 2-in-1 13-inch packs an Intel 12th Gen Core 1250U, which thanks to all its cores is fast, but won't destroy your battery life either. You also get 8GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and a battery-efficient 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) taller 16:10 display

You see the trend here? This laptop is perfect for those who want to surf the web, watch videos, hammer out emails, work in Microsoft Office, take notes (smart pen included!), and who want a smaller, more traditional thin-n-light laptop (it only weighs 2.95 lbs (1.3kg)).

The HP ENVY x360 15-inch is all that but ... bigger. You're also going with AMD instead of Intel, but you're still getting 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The smart pen is included, and the aluminum chassis is a cooler "Nightfall black" colorway. The display is still full HD but is a slightly wider 16:9 aspect ratio.

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HP ENVY 2-in-1 13-inch $829 $649 at Best Buy

This laptop is the more compact sibling of the HP Envy x360 15-inch model on our list above, and features a similar premium metal construction, stylish design with minimal bezels, and a roomy keyboard. It's rocking Intel 12th-gen chips, 8GB RAM, Iris Xe graphics, and a WUXGA resolution.View Deal

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HP ENVY x360 15-inch $829 $629 at Amazon

This HP ENVY x360 features an AMD Ryzen 7 (5825U) processor, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD storage, and comes with Windows 11 out of the box. It's a convertible, meaning it features a hinge that can rotate 360-degrees, allowing you to use it like a tablet. It has a 15-inch 1080p touchscreen display that looks gorgeous! View Deal

Best Cyber Monday HP 15" productivity laptop

Finally, if you just want a straight up 15-inch laptop without running into debt the HP Pavilion 15 is an excellent choice. You get an Intel 12th Gen i7-1255U processor (so it's good on battery life), 15.6" full HD display, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. 

It's a no-frills kind of device, but also a solid one that delivers for those who just want something in the 15-inch range for working in Microsoft Office, the web, email, movies, social messaging, and even photo editing. 

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HP Pavilion 15 $949 $689 at Amazon 

This laptop has Intel's 12th Gen Core i7 mobile processor, ensuring that you'll get plenty of performance and battery stamina. A fingerprint reader helps to keep things secure, and it has a large 15.6-inch FHD display, which is excellent for productivity work and watching movies.View Deal

We'll continue to update this post as we spot new deals over Black Friday weekend and into Cyber Monday! So, keep checking back if you don't see anything you fancy just yet.

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Killexams : HP's Latest Enterprise VR Workstation Is a Backpack

As VR (virtual reality) looks to transform itself into an increasingly more mobile (aka convenient) experience HP has debuted a novel solution to the wires and tethers associated with VR today – a backpack.

At SIGGRAPH 2017, HP announced the HP Z VR Backpack, a 10-lb, wearable PC with enough horsepower for both experiencing and creating VR content. While it is easy to imagine the entertainment potential of the Z VR, HP has made it clear that it wants its new wearable PC to be catalyst for bringing more robust VR experiences to business and enterprise first and foremost. Safer simulation and training, virtual walkthroughs for architectural design, and better collaboration in virtual environments for product designers, are just a few of the use cases cited by HP.

At its core the Z VR Backpack is a Windows 10 PC with an Intel Core i7 processor, 32 GB of SDRAM, a Nvidia Quadro P5200 GPU, and up to 1 TB of internal storage. It measures in at 13.11 x 9.29 x 2.39 inches and weighs 10.25 lbs according to specs released by HP. The backpack is powered by a 55Whr lithium-ion battery and features two, external portable 74 Whr hot-swappable batteries. The Z VR can also be docked and serve as a desktop PC.

If you've had a chance to try VR for product design you know that the cords and wires can make for a very cumbersome (and potentially unsafe) work experience, particularly with multiple users operating in the same physical space. Without some sort of handy rig overhead to manage the wires and someone to spot you and hold the cords connecting your headset and controllers to the workstation, it only takes a few turns before you end up wrapped in cable clutter.

Placing VR into a backpack form factor goes a long way in addressing the cable clutter issues, but in hands-on demonstrations at SIGGRAPH it feels like comfort is still a big issue. At 10 lbs the backpack itself is not terribly heavy, but it is just heavy enough to be noticeable and one wonders how it will play out with extended use – particularly if adapted to more physically demanding tasks like entertainment (live-action shooting games) or design sessions that require prolonged standing.

The other issue, which to be fair is completely outside of HP's control, is the weight of the headset. The latest version of the HTC Vive weighs in at just over a pound. That may not sound significant but it becomes very noticeable when it's attached to your moving head (also consider a pair of reading glasses only weighs about 30-40 grams). Anyone that has ever worked out will tell you that adding a total of about 11 lbs to your bodyweight can have a significant impact.

But headsets are only promising to get lighter. Kopin, a manufacturer of lightweight displays, recently unveiled a reference design, codenamed Elf VR, that will used patented microdisplay panels to create a VR headset the company estimates will be about 50% lighter than headsets currently available.

The move to untethered VR with internal tracking must also be considered. Oculus and HTC have promised the next generation of their headsets will be wireless and companies including Microsoft and Qualcomm are working with partners to deliver untethered headsets as well. A lightweight, wireless headset that delivers the same fidelity as a tethered headset could make the placement of a workstation entirely irrelevant.

Depending on how long it takes for wireless VR products to roll out wide, HP's backpack could catch on with customers too impatient for untethered solutions. We'll have to wait and see whether the backpack PC becomes a standard or a footnote, but for now it may offer a good intermediary step toward fully free VR.

What do you think of HP's VR Backpack solution? Let us know in the comments.

Chris Wiltz is the Managing Editor of Design News.  

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Time Period:
Dec 09, 2021 - Dec 09, 2022
Date Open High Low Close* Adj Close** Volume
Dec 09, 2022 28.39 28.73 28.22 28.56 28.56 2,434,755
Dec 08, 2022 28.01 28.81 27.91 28.48 28.48 6,993,000
Dec 07, 2022 28.00 28.25 27.63 27.83 27.83 7,108,300
Dec 06, 2022 29.17 29.26 28.13 28.31 28.31 6,393,900
Dec 05, 2022 29.41 29.62 29.13 29.21 29.21 4,936,300
Dec 02, 2022 29.44 29.80 29.25 29.64 29.64 5,259,500
Dec 01, 2022 30.11 30.23 29.78 29.86 29.86 5,757,300
Nov 30, 2022 29.00 30.06 28.72 30.04 30.04 10,284,000
Nov 29, 2022 29.35 29.61 28.83 28.88 28.88 7,753,000
Nov 28, 2022 29.75 29.79 29.12 29.21 29.21 6,676,500
Nov 25, 2022 29.80 30.74 29.71 30.15 30.15 5,959,300
Nov 23, 2022 29.12 30.17 28.31 29.91 29.91 17,741,200
Nov 22, 2022 29.23 29.42 28.64 29.38 29.38 15,114,900
Nov 21, 2022 29.16 29.30 28.68 29.16 29.16 10,697,100
Nov 18, 2022 29.05 29.62 28.89 29.48 29.48 9,218,000
Nov 17, 2022 28.86 29.46 28.31 29.43 29.43 9,984,400
Nov 16, 2022 30.20 30.27 28.99 29.29 29.29 9,147,500
Nov 15, 2022 30.90 31.09 30.34 30.56 30.56 8,492,800
Nov 14, 2022 30.17 30.91 30.08 30.43 30.43 8,178,800
Nov 11, 2022 29.32 30.69 29.29 30.55 30.55 11,423,100
Nov 10, 2022 28.95 29.30 28.63 29.30 29.30 11,861,500
Nov 09, 2022 28.50 28.66 27.72 27.80 27.80 7,574,400
Nov 08, 2022 29.00 29.37 28.69 28.85 28.85 8,721,300
Nov 07, 2022 28.35 28.92 28.27 28.75 28.75 8,825,700
Nov 04, 2022 27.37 28.31 27.22 28.29 28.29 13,497,700
Nov 03, 2022 26.70 26.91 26.20 26.66 26.66 5,423,500
Nov 02, 2022 27.78 28.07 26.98 26.98 26.98 5,789,600
Nov 01, 2022 27.94 28.07 27.37 27.85 27.85 5,113,000
Oct 31, 2022 27.79 27.89 27.53 27.62 27.62 5,403,100
Oct 28, 2022 27.28 28.12 27.28 28.05 28.05 8,033,300
Oct 27, 2022 27.76 27.91 27.11 27.22 27.22 6,395,800
Oct 26, 2022 27.13 28.11 27.04 27.48 27.48 6,935,800
Oct 25, 2022 26.91 27.60 26.85 27.58 27.58 7,136,800
Oct 24, 2022 27.00 27.25 26.74 27.06 27.06 5,640,300
Oct 21, 2022 25.72 26.84 25.57 26.79 26.79 7,894,300
Oct 20, 2022 25.63 26.34 25.49 25.57 25.57 5,830,500
Oct 19, 2022 25.26 25.75 25.25 25.49 25.49 6,055,000
Oct 18, 2022 26.33 26.50 25.21 25.55 25.55 7,501,500
Oct 17, 2022 25.87 26.30 25.40 25.69 25.69 8,841,600
Oct 14, 2022 26.11 26.35 25.40 25.44 25.44 10,700,700
Oct 13, 2022 24.19 26.33 24.08 26.02 26.02 11,791,900
Oct 12, 2022 24.86 25.02 24.62 24.69 24.69 7,896,900
Oct 11, 2022 25.01 25.33 24.60 24.78 24.78 7,287,300
Oct 10, 2022 25.28 25.46 24.60 24.99 24.99 6,557,500
Oct 07, 2022 25.77 25.85 24.90 25.04 25.04 10,318,200
Oct 06, 2022 26.58 27.04 26.45 26.48 26.48 8,415,900
Oct 05, 2022 26.17 26.95 26.12 26.78 26.78 7,457,100
Oct 04, 2022 26.38 26.86 26.30 26.64 26.64 8,844,900
Oct 03, 2022 25.34 26.11 25.09 25.89 25.89 8,922,800
Sep 30, 2022 25.01 25.68 24.87 24.92 24.92 8,858,500
Sep 29, 2022 25.16 25.16 24.74 25.04 25.04 8,265,600
Sep 28, 2022 24.89 25.69 24.86 25.61 25.61 7,576,100
Sep 27, 2022 25.38 25.57 24.84 24.98 24.98 5,951,200
Sep 26, 2022 25.07 25.50 24.81 24.96 24.96 8,872,700
Sep 23, 2022 25.29 25.47 24.92 25.35 25.35 8,647,100
Sep 22, 2022 25.96 26.23 25.69 25.71 25.71 8,775,900
Sep 21, 2022 26.62 26.94 26.00 26.00 26.00 8,884,100
Sep 20, 2022 26.53 26.62 26.09 26.45 26.45 9,853,600
Sep 19, 2022 26.98 27.32 26.59 26.95 26.95 9,768,600
Sep 16, 2022 26.75 27.37 26.52 27.23 27.23 39,538,500
Sep 15, 2022 26.87 27.41 26.62 26.94 26.94 11,525,200
Sep 14, 2022 27.07 27.31 26.73 27.04 27.04 9,079,200
Sep 13, 2022 27.39 27.70 26.81 26.96 26.96 10,378,100
Sep 13, 2022 0.25 Dividend
Sep 12, 2022 28.45 28.90 28.41 28.51 28.26 9,386,100
Sep 09, 2022 27.72 28.36 27.70 28.26 28.01 8,965,600
Sep 08, 2022 27.21 27.62 26.94 27.50 27.26 11,824,700
Sep 07, 2022 27.21 27.60 26.87 27.47 27.23 10,039,400
Sep 06, 2022 27.61 27.92 27.15 27.33 27.09 13,430,700
Sep 02, 2022 28.58 28.67 27.53 27.64 27.40 12,380,500
Sep 01, 2022 28.26 28.51 27.56 28.17 27.92 16,713,500
Aug 31, 2022 29.50 30.22 28.67 28.71 28.46 28,214,900
Aug 30, 2022 31.77 31.82 30.95 31.10 30.83 15,527,100
Aug 29, 2022 31.05 31.99 31.03 31.53 31.25 10,606,600
Aug 26, 2022 33.41 33.58 31.37 31.39 31.11 14,112,800
Aug 25, 2022 33.52 34.52 33.47 34.47 34.17 7,450,900
Aug 24, 2022 33.20 33.46 32.92 33.22 32.93 6,467,400
Aug 23, 2022 33.40 33.98 33.34 33.40 33.11 5,810,000
Aug 22, 2022 33.72 33.81 33.29 33.41 33.12 6,436,900
Aug 19, 2022 34.55 34.63 33.66 34.23 33.93 9,640,400
Aug 18, 2022 34.63 35.32 34.28 35.23 34.92 5,989,700
Aug 17, 2022 34.38 34.67 34.02 34.31 34.01 7,033,700
Aug 16, 2022 34.30 34.83 34.23 34.50 34.20 6,605,500
Aug 15, 2022 34.37 34.74 34.14 34.40 34.10 4,525,700
Aug 12, 2022 34.41 34.68 34.05 34.65 34.35 5,489,200
Aug 11, 2022 33.83 34.78 33.83 34.22 33.92 7,084,000
Aug 10, 2022 33.11 34.34 33.05 33.98 33.68 7,426,900
Aug 09, 2022 33.18 33.24 32.05 32.49 32.21 9,175,500
Aug 08, 2022 33.80 34.05 33.35 33.45 33.16 5,651,500
Aug 05, 2022 32.76 33.99 32.72 33.58 33.29 6,523,900
Aug 04, 2022 32.88 33.28 32.61 33.26 32.97 6,559,800
Aug 03, 2022 33.12 33.27 32.30 32.96 32.67 7,073,900
Aug 02, 2022 33.31 33.31 32.44 32.74 32.45 5,776,100
Aug 01, 2022 33.05 33.83 33.01 33.67 33.37 6,400,700
Jul 29, 2022 33.00 33.42 32.51 33.39 33.10 8,459,200
Jul 28, 2022 32.67 33.22 32.30 32.89 32.60 4,713,500
Jul 27, 2022 32.19 32.83 31.85 32.62 32.33 6,991,000
Jul 26, 2022 32.53 32.65 31.88 31.95 31.67 5,908,200
Jul 25, 2022 32.64 32.73 32.20 32.60 32.31 4,482,300
Jul 22, 2022 33.20 33.57 32.31 32.47 32.19 7,558,900
*Close price adjusted for splits.**Adjusted close price adjusted for splits and dividend and/or capital gain distributions.

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Killexams : Best HP printers of 2022: Portable, laser, all-in-one, inkjet and more

OCTOBER 2022 - EDITOR'S NOTE

This month, we've compared the following list of HP printers across multiple aspects including their printing speed and quality to design and build. We've assessed how easy it's to set them up, their running costs, and connectivity options, among other things.

The best HP printers have been around since the company built its first desktop laser printer in 1984, known as the LaserJet. As one of the biggest names for printers, the company produces some of the best printers on the market.

No one model is necessarily the best for HP printers because they come in such a broad range. So, all sorts of users, from photographers, business owners, and home users, can find the most suitable printer for them.