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HP unveils new products at “Touch the Future. Now.” in Beijing


HP has unveiled their new Thin Client, desktop and notebook PCs at the recent “Touch the Future. Now.” event in Beijing. The products include HP Mini 110, Pavilion MS 200, dx2810 Special Edition PC and t5730w Thin Client alternative desktop PC.

BEIJING, Asia Pacific, May 27, 2009 – At the HP “Touch the Future. Now.” event in Beijing, HP unveiled a series of innovative technologies and designs – HP Mini 110, HP Pavilion MS 200, HP dx2810 Special Edition PC and HP t5730w Thin Client alternative desktop PC – that drives relevance, excitement and enhanced value for consumers and businesses seeking to future-proof their purchases.

The Portable Device Continuum

The micro-segmentation of the consumer lifestyle is most prevalent in the lifestyle of the Netgen. The drive for self-expression and connectivity is giving rise to more capable portable devices, each serving different needs, from consumption to creation. HP sees a continuum of portable devices, as convergence takes on a different meaning, pointing to more capable, multi-functional devices instead of a single converged device.

In line with this, HP launched the HP Mini 110 which delivers a colorful breadth of choice to value-conscious consumers seeking to information “snack” and be connected while on–the-go. Available in Pink Chic, Black Swirl and White Swirl protective HP Imprints, the HP Mini 110 is the latest and lightest addition to the HP Mini family. In addition, HP also unveiled the HP Pavilion dv2 Entertainment Notebook PC, now equipped with a choice of a new AMD Turion™ Neo or AMD Athlon™ Dual-Core Processor for Ultrathin Notebooks.

The Digital Home Evolution
The external forces affecting consumer lifestyles have also influenced how the digital and connected home is evolving. The one-dimensional home computer has given way to multi-dimensional, multi-media, integrated computing and entertainment devices. This has also led to the fusion of consumer electronics design and technology and the rise of the stylish and sleek All-in-One (AiO) desktops that blend seamlessly into the household and every family’s lifestyle. The integration of form, function and experience into the home is no longer limited to the living room.

Setting new standards of innovation for consumer desktops, HP today unveiled a new AiO desktop. The HP Pavilion MS200, a non-touch AiO suite, redefines standards for digital entertainment, simplicity and design innovation for the family at an amazing price point. HP also launched a suite of HP Pavilion and Compaq Presario consumer desktops and monitors. Featuring breakthrough industrial design and leading-edge technology, they are a testament to HP’s continued investment in driving enhanced computing experiences for families.

The Business Desktop Computing Alternative and Digital Collaboration Revolution

Besides leveraging the cloud and applying more energy-efficient solutions, businesses are also increasingly challenged to collaborate in a timelier, efficient manner. The collaboration solutions that are available are also becoming more sophisticated to support these diverse needs.

HP addressed businesses’ increasing sensitivity and awareness of energy-efficient solutions as well as increased pressures to emerge stronger from the current economic climate by launching:


– The HP dx2810 Special Edition for small and medium-sized businesses offering high-end capabilities needed for uncompromising results alongside energy efficiencies required to reduce costs.

– The HP t5730w Thin Client computing and alternative desktop experience for small and medium-sized businesses which brings the benefits of cloud computing at more affordable prices for non-graphic intensive users.

– The introduction and demonstration of the HP SkyRoom technology, a professional-quality visual collaboration and conferencing solution that enables real-time communication through the desktop.

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