When did I first learn about the HP P5 and HP P6?

  • September 13, 2021

Happy birthday HP!

This year we’re celebrating your 5th anniversary with the HP PowerBook G5 and P6, the first to use HP’s patented dual-core PowerPC chips.

The HP P4/P5 and PowerPC 486-powered G5s are available today, and the P6s are also arriving today.

The P5s come in two different colors and feature a glossy aluminum back.

The company says the new P5 will be available in November and the new HP P7 in December.

The HP PowerBooks are also available in the U.S. today.

A special variant of the P5 is also coming to Europe.

The PowerBook 5300G and PowerBook 5050G both use a dual-cores Intel Core i5-4570 2.7GHz processor and are available for around $1,100.

We’ve already had the chance to try the P7 and the G5, and both of them are packing a 10-inch screen.

The G5 will also be available with a 10.1-inch display, which should be pretty useful for a laptop with a 12-inch IPS display.

We haven’t tested the G6 yet, but its specs look similar to the HP 5300 and HP 5050, with the exception of the dual-Cores and the extra RAM.

The new G5 is available with 32GB of RAM and a 1TB HDD.

The latest HP Powerbooks also support Nvidia GeForce graphics, and there’s also a 256GB SSD.

 Worst of the Worst  ( 4:55)  A couple of days ago, the Washington Post posted a poster board for a campaign to stop Donald Trump from becoming president. This poster board is a reference to a recent

  • July 20, 2021

in the Wall Street Journal (washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/2016/03/11/post-election-poll-shows-trump-leads-most-popular-presidential-voters) about how Hillary Clinton lost to Trump in November.

The poster board reads: “We need a new type of government.

It is not going to happen again in the United States of America.

We must elect a new president who is truly independent and will stand up to the Washington elites.

We must elect the president who fights for all of us.

The Republican party is a party of insiders and it is time to elect the candidate who will fight for all Americans.

There is no better choice for the Republican Party than Donald Trump.

He has been a true champion for all those struggling in our country. 

I want to thank you for taking the time to read this.

I look forward to seeing you in November.”

The poster has been taken down, but the WSJ article remains on the website.

The article was a response to the fact that Trump’s poll numbers in November were not as strong as the ones from earlier this year.

It was published by the WSJs’ polling company. 

The WSJ said in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper that its pollsters and pundits who are not members of the Republican party are worried about how this poster board could be interpreted by some in the Republican base.

The WSJs poll showed Trump was the most popular presidential candidate with 38% of the vote in November, followed by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush with 19%, former New York Governor John Kasich at 10%, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum at 8%, former Senator Rick Scott of South Carolina at 6%, former Governor Mitt Romney at 4%, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich at 3%, former Vice President Joe Biden at 2%, former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer at 1%, former U.S. Representative Mike Pence at 1% and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at 1%.

In a statement, the WSj said, “In an election where the stakes are so high and the stakes so high for the future of our democracy, we feel it is important to make sure we do not interpret this poster as an attack on the Republican nominee.

In fact, we are proud to say that our staff has covered the most important and controversial events in American history, from the 9/11 attacks to the Arab Spring to the Ebola pandemic.””

As a news organization, we take great pride in providing the most accurate and up-to-date coverage of the news.

In fact, we are proud to say that our staff has covered the most important and controversial events in American history, from the 9/11 attacks to the Arab Spring to the Ebola pandemic.”

The WSJ did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Daily Beast.