HP lifts the lid on latest PSG kit at GITEX

Partners of hardware giant HP are attracting show attendees like moths to a flame this week, thanks to the latest cutting-edge products on display.

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By  Stuart Wilson in Riyadh Published  April 16, 2007

Partners of hardware giant HP are attracting show attendees like moths to a flame this week, thanks to the latest cutting-edge products on display. HP’s Personal Systems Group (PSG) is working hand-in-hand with strategic Saudi Arabian partners such as Al Nahil and Jarir Bookstore to showcase its stylish desktop, notebook and tablet PCs. The wide range of products on display at GITEX KSA caters for the needs of business and consumer users alike. The product range featured at this year’s show includes the HP Compaq dx2300 business microtower PC, the new ultra-stylish HP Pavilion dv6200 special edition entertainment notebook PC, the HP Pavilion tx1000 tablet PC, the HP dx7300 desktop and also the HP nx7300 notebook. According to HP, the HP Compaq dx7300 desktop is a reliable, high performance PC suited for growing businesses. The dx7300 offers a choice of pre-installed operating systems and comes fully equipped with HP Back-up and Recovery Manager as well as optional Smart Desktop Management Services. The HP Compaq nx7300 notebook PC is aimed at cost-conscious mobile professionals and offers a widescreen mobility solution. Intel Core 2 Duo and Intel Core Duo processors allow simultaneous use of multiple applications with the nx7300. With a sharp spike in both consumer and business hardware sales expected in the Kingdom during the GITEX period, HP is convinced that it has the right products at the right price points to satisfy a wide range of customers.

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