Above: During the opening session at HP Imagine 2023 at HP headquarters in Palo Alto, California, on October 5, Enrique Lores, president & CEO, identified three trends that are inspiring HP in the innovations it is bringing to market. Those
trends include “The Era of Flexibility,” “The Impact of AI,” and “The Value of Trust.” According to Lores, the latter trend refers to defining what technology is going to mean for customers in the coming years. As he noted, “Customers
want to buy technology from companies that have similar values to them, from companies that are not only creating the right solutions but that want to have the right impact in the world, the right impact on the environment. And this
is why for HP, it’s so important to be the most just and sustainable technology company.”
Alex Cho, president, personal systems, reveals HP’s latest computers, including a portable desktop PC, the ENVY Move that weighs just 9 lbs., and a 3-in-1 system, the Spectre Fold that functions as a tablet, notebook PC, and desktop PC thanks to its foldable 17-inch screen.
Examples of the new HP computers.
Tuan Tran, president of imaging, printing, and solutions, spoke briefly about the company’s A3 and A4 devices as well as large format, and the company’s 630 latex printers. An avid surfer, Tran shows off his new surfboard with graphics printed on the 630 latex printer.
Matt Schotten demonstrates the scanning capability of one of HP’s newest A4 devices.