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HP tiptoes into consumer VPN space, teams up with ExpressVPN

The global VPN market is red hot; weeks after after Cloudflare and Mozilla unveiled their privacy solutions, ExpressVPN has scored a major win thanks to a partnership with computing giant HP. Its VPN service will be bundled with HP’s new Flagship, the Spectre x360 13 with buyers being able to use the VPN – which tops our best VPN list – for 30-days before opting for a full subscription.
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