Some may remember that CES of January 2004 in Las Vegas. Carly Fiorina, then CEO of HP / Compaq, boasted there of an iPod with the HP logo on the back of the device. The firm became the distributor of the most popular portable player in the world after an agreement that Steve Jobs had devised with a single objective: to leave its competitor far behind in this market.
HP has long been struggling to make us forget those old grays with which we identified the traditional PCs of previous generations. Designs like those of the HP Slice and the HP Pavilion Wave proved it, and now that ambition returns with the renewal of the HP All-in-One family.