Friday, September 07, 2007

HP announces Blackbird 002 - the "beauty and the beast" in one

HP announces Blackbird 002 - the beautiful yet very powerful Gaming PC. You got to have a look at the Blackbird website. CNET posted a nice review here and gives it Spectacular 9.3 rating.

Check out the technical specifications. Here are some of the rave reviews, courtsey of HP, and part of a collection of reviews from the coverage report for Blackbird:
Gaming PCs in the Enterprise: HP’s Blackbird PWNED You
The Voodoo guys pillaged ideas from servers and workstations, created a case design that could only be built by an automotive company, and ended up with the highest level of technology in a PC (or workstation) on the planet. This became the Blackbird. – Rob Enderle

The Love Child of HP and Voodoo: Blackbird 002 Gaming PC Photos and Impressions

It is by far the most beautiful looking PC I've ever seen. – Brian Lam
HP gets in the game with Blackbird

Hewlett-Packard is looking to cast a spell on the PC gaming industry with its first product developed with Voodoo PC. – Erica Ogg
HP Blackbird 002

HP's Blackbird 002 earns the highest rating this editor has ever given a desktop PC. Its design rivals the Apple Mac Pro, it takes risks that benefit your upgrade path, it's fast, and it's competitively priced. If you can afford it, and you want a high-end gaming PC, buy this one. End of story. – Rich Brown
HP’s Blackbird 002, the Spy Plane of Gaming PCs

Sweaty computer-gaming fetishists may catch a breeze from the Blackbird 002, the first of a new line of ultrafast PCs from Hewlett-Packard’s Voodoo division that go on sale this week for $2,500 to $6,500. – Marty Katz (Gadget Lab)
HP in NY Liveblog – Blackbird 002 Gaming PC Unveiled
Voodoo PC is up! Sexy, sexy gaming hardware. – Rob Beschizza
HP Blackbird 002
Sleek like its reconnaissance-plane namesake, the HP Blackbird 002 is poised to excel on a specialized mission: ruling the game grid. – Joel Santo Domingo
A combination of innovative design, the intelligent picking and choosing of features from the newly merged companies, and a stealth introduction of a product without the rivals catching on and copying it beforehand all speak volumes about how the HP/Voodoo collaboration is working out. – Joel Santo Domingo
The Inquirer
Voodoo’s Blackbird spreads its wings
REMEMBER ALIENWARE? It used to be a high end gaming computer maker that was bought by Dell and smothered into obscurity. Sad. HP bought Voodoo to form VoodooHP, and with the launch of its first product, the Blackbird 002, it is clear that this hasn't happened at HP. – Charlie Demerjian

Note: All pictures and screenshots are from the HP's Blackbird website.

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