HP Inc eyes more business growth
Vendor unveils a broad range of products in preparation for GITEX Shopper and GITEX Technology Week
A year after HP split the company into two separate entities to focus on the enterprise and personal systems and printing business, HP Inc will be at GITEX Technology Week to promote the latest innovations from its array of products that include printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions and services.
The company said that it want to use the GITEX platform to showcase its latest line of innovative products and technology, including the new range of PCs, state of the art notebooks, gaming and virtual reality gear, break through laser and printing devices along with products that offer unparalleled mobility solutions and power packed performances.
According to HP Inc, GITEX this year is special as it will provide the company with an exceptional opportunity to interact and build upon the relationships with existing customers, while at the same time allow it to establish and incorporate connections with new and potential customers following the split into two entities.
Mathew Thomas, vice president and managing director, Middle East at HP Inc, said it has been an exceptional year for HP as the company launched ground-breaking, innovative products, each set to revolutionise the future. "With the overwhelming response we have received from our customers, we are even more determined to deliver products that exceed our customer expectations," he said. "We are pleased to be at GITEX once again this year to showcase our latest innovations and provide a glimpse of the products we have designed to meet our customers' rising demands."
HP Inc said it's constantly striving to innovate and deliver ground-breaking products that exceed customer expectations and this year it launched some of the most innovative products yet like the DeskJet 3720 - the "world's smallest" printer, and HP Spectre the "world's thinnest laptop".