HP Global Summit 2012 came to an end with promises of more innovative products that deliver user experience to its customers. "Innovation for HP aims to deliver the best possible experience for every customer ", were the closing remarks of HP President and CEO, Meg Whitman. She said the company made a great move to merge its print and personal systems business model together in order to save its consumers from various technology complexities.

This will enable the company organize and develop a much organized market by unifying design and brand management to bring inter-operability between HP devices. She added that through personal computers, we create and consume digital information, "HP wowed customers with our z1 series work stations, at the CES, we won an award with the spectra". On the other hand printing brings content we care about to an analogue form.

By combining printing and personal systems hardware helps consumers operate infrastructure at low cost and achieve maximum agility. Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President Intel China and a HP partner says today's PC challenge is to meet end user experience in mobility. Two weeks ago Intel launched quad core third generation for PCs with first 22nm transistors, Tri Gate Processors which delivers great performance improvements for mobile computing in HP devices.

In addition it is embedded with great graphics spectrum and Support dx11 which throws 2x fast media per second, the chipsets are also power efficient. The third generation processor chipsets will push Windows 8, in HP products that will start to be shipped in October 2012 for example on features like the "touch".

Todd Bradley, Executive Vice President Printing and Personal systems says HP scale and size allows the company to different at every point of a product change by focusing on mobility and connectivity that enable customers work and communicate together.

The closing event had a surprise visit from John Apostolopoulos, who gave an insight on what was cooking in the HP labs. The company is creating a computing future with the memristor which will revolutionize storage in personal computers. The memristor which was the 4th missing fundamental element of HP storage circuit will replace the flash drives, DRAMs and the hard drives.

John is a distinguished technologist and the director of the Mobile and Immersive Experience Lab (MIX Lab), in HP Labs, directing about 75 researchers in Palo Alto, USA, Bangalore, India, and Bristol, England. The goals of the MIX Lab are to create compelling networked media experiences that fundamentally change how people communicate, collaborate, socialize and entertain.

Apart from the memristor, the company also will change the future of its device display panels. Traditional displays are made of glass, they are fragile and heavy. HP future displays will be made from self aligned imprint lithography features; they will be light weight, thin robust, and have a novel form factor."Users will have a different way in how they consume content in their devices, with economic curved and wearable displays", says John.

They have also innovated on how to well blend the physical and digital world on cloud based platforms. This will foster fast interactivity among devices through cloud platforms, novel personal computers with plastic displays and immense power efficient memristor storage technology.