It was only a matter of time until HP found a new audio partner, following Apple's acquisition of Beats Electronics. Now the PC company is teaming up with Bang & Olufsen, purveyors of high-end audio gear you probably can't afford, to spruce up the sound quality of its devices. B&O will "custom tune" upcoming HP devices, and it'll also deliver clearer tunes by isolating audio circuitry and reducing the amount of metal used in the headphone jack. There aren't any further details about what B&O will bring, but we wouldn't be surprised if it also packed in high-quality amps like Beats. In fact, the new partnership pretty much seems like a cover of the Beats deal -- except HP's laptops, desktops, tablets and accessories will now be branded with Bang & Olufsen or B&O Play (its brand for mobile-focused products). Expect the first round of products with B&O integration to land this spring.