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Another thing, on its consumer notebooks, it is very hard to find drivers for Windows XP unlike other companies such as Dell and Acer. I know Windows XP is old and not really relevant anymore but some of the software that I use can only be run on Windows XP and has a few problems running in Windows Vista. At the top of my head is Sound Forge so would HP be able to offer XP drivers, for a fee if it is too troublesome?
Another question is that each company is now making a gaming notebook such as Toshiba and Dell. With HP holding the Voodoo license, is there any plans for a gaming notebook and if so, what would make it unique against its competitors?
Posted 03 February 2009 - 01:08
As for HP gaming notebooks, check here. Also, if you take a look at my Flickr link in the front page article comments you'll see a couple of photos of a new Voodoo prototype.
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