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HP Spectre Fold 17 from right side, extended laptop mode
HP Spectre Fold 17 review: The ultimate “many-in-one”?

A handful of daft flaws and silly pricing mean that what could have been the ultimate laptop is no more than an expensive curiosity

£4999 inc. VAT
HP Pavilion SE 14 open, on a table facing to the left
HP Pavilion SE 14 review: A fine, cheap everyday laptop

The HP Pavilion SE 14 is an impressively competent budget laptop with few big weaknesses

£449 inc. VAT
HP Pavilion Plus 14 review: Compact with grown-up graphics

Discrete graphics and a standout display separate this 14in laptop from the herd

£1100 inc VAT
HP Z34c G3 review: A great ultrawide office monitor
PC monitors

The Z34c G3 is a fully featured ultrawide monitor for home office workers and businesses

£875 inc VAT
HP Chromebook X2 detachable tablet/laptop
HP Chromebook X2 11: Chrome OS’s answer to the Surface Go 3

The keyboard could be better, but this is a brilliant Chromebook 2-in-1

£550 inc VAT
HP Omen 16 review: An affordable all-AMD gaming laptop
Gaming laptops

AMD's new entry-level gaming GPU goes head to head with Nvidia’s RTX3060

£1139 inc VAT
HP Pro c640 Enterprise: An ace enterprise Chromebook

Sleek, impressive and powerful, but the HP Pro c640 Enterprise Chromebook can’t quite justify the price

£1146 Inc VAT
HP OfficeJet 6950 review: A workhorse inkjet for big jobs
All-in-one printers

A big, sturdy, multifunctional printer, but its wealth of features are marred by disappointing prints and scans

£100 inc VAT
HP DreamColor Z27x G2 review: Worth the lack of 4K support?
PC monitors

A screen perfectly tuned to the DCI-P3 colour space, but make sure the lack of 4K won’t be a future problem

£1636 inc VAT
HP Spectre x360 (2020) review: Cuts no corners
2-in-1 laptops

An expensive and visually striking convertible that comes complete with all the modcons you could ever want

£1799 inc VAT