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HP's Whitman: "we're committed to Autonomy"

Posted on 4 Dec 2012 at 13:20

Author: Nicole Kobie in Frankfurt

CEO Meg Whitman stresses Autonomy is vital to HP's future

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Bye Meg

By gavmeister on 4 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Whitman denied that innovation was "dead" at HP

Then where are your gaming laptops? Where has the Envy line gone? Why are your Workstations so amazingly overpriced, where is a 'really' thin Ultrabook, why cancel the 2700p range? Why are the 8770/8570w/8470w machines not listed on the main HP site under laptops?

I do like HP and I'm sitting next to an 8470p now but, I'm afraid, you're really not moving very fast.

P.s. Your x2 tablet offers less than the Samsung Ativ Atom device? That's not going to sell well.

By rhythm on 5 Dec 2012

Comedy

It strikes me as odd that US corporations can happily pull every tax avoidance rule in the book when it comes to paying European Corporation taxes, fiddling figures and generally sticking a finger up to governments and goodwill.

Put the shoe on the other foot and its like watching a child's tantrum.

Next time you think about buying something consider getting your overpaid CFO and their ever expanding team of Bean Counters to conduct some manner of due diligence beforehand.

By Gindylow on 6 Dec 2012

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