Gandhi sets PSG agenda

HP plans to wow Gitex visitors with its full range of products from the global IT giant’s personal systems group (PSG).

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By  Gitex Times staff Published  October 11, 2006

HP plans to wow Gitex visitors with its full range of products from the global IT giant’s personal systems group (PSG). Anil Gandhi, general manager at HP PSG Middle East, says: “For PSG, our products include leading business and consumer PCs, thin clients, mobile computing devices, tablet PCs and workstations.” “Gitex is a very important event for HP, as is the Gitex Shopper. It provides HP with a significant opportunity to meet with partners and customers to showcase our new products,” Gandhi continues. The latest cutting-edge products will feature prominently within the PSG displays this year including the latest business notebook models such as the nc2400, nc6400 and nx7400. For visitors with a penchant for handheld devices, the latest iPAQ hw6900 and rw6800 will be displayed in the Middle East for the first time. HP PSG is working hard to consolidate its strong position in the Middle East market and striving to develop its business in a profitable and sustainable manner. For Gandhi, corporate social responsibility also features prominently on the PSG agenda. “We continue to serve the community that we live and do business in by supporting technology education in the region,” he continues. “At Gitex 2006, HP PSG is demonstrating that now, more than ever, it has the best people, products and strategies to consolidate our position and success.”

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