HP Sprout, The Future is Here!

courtesy of google images

courtesy of google images

Last week the HP Sprout was announced and it came with a bang. The device is a computer with dual screen technology, along with a 14.6 mp camera that can scan and capture real world objects into 3D images.It also has 23-inch diagonal FHD WVA touch-enabled LED-backlit LCD HD monitor and a 20-point capacitive mouse pad.

HP has really stepped up their game and can really benefit people and companies in the creative fields by making a piece of technology like this. It’s also reasonably cheap for a device like this, starting at $1,899.99. It will take about two weeks to ship, and ships November 9th of this year.

The benefits of having HP come up with something innovative like this is phenomenal. They used to be a major player in the tech world, and maybe this can help them regain their former glory. Car companies can design faster cars, and can also scan models easier. Graphics designers and animation artists would be able to do so much more. They could incorporate more items into their tv shows. They could also use it for movies and other theater performances. They could scan more into CGI so they could have more props in movies and they would look better.

In summary, this device is more appealing to consumers. It’s easy to setup, both part wise and technically. Not only that, they made it affordable for the kind of things they incorporated into it. Apple, Dell, and Asus have a lot of catching up to do in the next few years because HP just blew them out of the water. It’s really cool to see that the future is really coming and can come so quick. Do you think the HP sprout is cool? Let us know in a comment down below.

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Posted on November 6, 2014, in Technology and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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