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A Good Luck Charm: The Daruma Doll
Daruma dolls are symbols of good luck and perseverance in Japanese culture, commonly used to provide encouragement in pursuing a specific goal. This custom doll commemorates the division of HPE and HP ...
A Smart Set of Watches
Gone were the days when smartwatches were only available with bland, black screens. Engineered by HP, this series of timepieces offered functionality, technology and flair in one package.
Addison Avenue: Original Equipment
The restored Hewlett-Packard garage featured a Sears Craftsman drill press, which was nearly identical to Hewlett-Packard’s first piece of equipment. Dave Packard brought a used model with him when he ...
Addison Avenue: Recognizing HP’s Roots
After the property’s mass renovation in 2005, the garage at 367 Addison Avenue remains a recognizable landmark of Hewlett-Packard history.
Addison Avenue: Restored Garage
The interior of the Addison Avenue garage was fully renovated, capturing the look and feel of Bill and Dave’s workspace in the early days.
Addison Avenue: Restored Workbench
Part of the garage’s restoration process included outfitting an original workbench, complete with 200A and 200B oscillators.
Boldly Innovative: Movado Watch
HP’s commitment to pushing the envelope of wearable tech made it a natural match for Movado’s Bold series.
Cloud Covered: HP Labs G-Cloud Demo
HP Labs developed a demonstrator for G-Cloud technology at its Bristol, England, facility, the home of the HP Security Lab. G-Cloud combined the advantages of cloud computing with the exacting securit ...
Dialing Up: The Isaac Mizrahi Smartwatch
This Isaac Mizrahi timepiece featured a deeply textured dial, an unusual touch for a smartwatch that created an interesting complement to the small digital screen that sat just beneath the mirror-fini ...
Enrique Lores: From Intern to CEO
Hewlett-Packard often garnered lifelong loyalty from its employees, giving them the chance to grow and advance over the course of an entire career spent within the company. Few rose as high as Enrique ...