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Power Your Business with HP's New Enterprise-Class PCs

By Sharmine Ishak - on 28 Jun 2013, 3:46pm

Power Your Business with HP's New Enterprise-Class PCs

Enjoy better and performance and reliability with HP's new portfolio of business PCs that are designed to meet the demands of the modern business environment. Announced at HP World Tour in Beijing, China, the broad new portfolio are powerful and progressively designed devices that are built to meet a range of deployment scenarios and needs. Packed with features like fast charging ports, HP Wireless Hotspot software and touch-enabled displays, the new computers come in the form of desktops and All-in-Ones (AiOs).

 Anneliese Olson, HP Vice President, Computing Solutions, Printing and Personal Systems, Asia Pacific and Japan

“End users require the right PC for them to succeed on the job, with those needs encompassing a broad combination of power, productivity, manageability and security,” said Anneliese Olson, HP Vice President, Computing Solutions, Printing and Personal Systems, Asia Pacific and Japan. “HP’s new portfolio of business PCs take the desktop to the next level with incredibly powerful and stylish devices featuring the latest management, touch interface and security technologies to address a wide range of employee and customer-facing business scenarios.”

Showcased at HP World Tour were:


HP EliteOne 800 G1
HP's most powerful, multimedia-rich AiO PC, this computer features a 23% thinner design and a full Windows 8 capacitive touch option. Boasting a 23-inch diagonal display with a height adjustable and reclining stand otpion for rotating between portrait and landscape orientations, this AiO also includes DTS Studio Sound and a HD webcam. It even has fast-charging USB ports and can share its internet connection via the HP Wireless Hotspot application. For convenient file sharing, it can also be equipped with optional integrated near-field communications (NFC) capabilities.

 HP EliteDesk 800

HP EliteDesk 800 G1
Powered by the latest 4th generation Intel Core processors and optional solid state drives, the EliteDesk 800 G1 series can be customized prior to deployment. Backed by a full portfolio of HP security and manageability solutions, it is available in either Windows 7 or Windows 8 and comes in a wide range of chassis options including an all-new tower form factor with full-size expandability, small form factor for flexibility, and an ultra-slim desktop with three video outputs, allowing it to be attached to select HP displays with the optional Integrated Work Center (IWC).

 The range of HP EliteOne and EltieDesk solutions; the ProOne can be seen on the far right

HP ProOne 600 G1
This enterprise-class AiO features a space-saving form factor and 21.5-inch diagonal display that can be joined by up to four additional monitors, while delivering powerful and secure PC performance. Like the EliteOne, integrated NFC also offers it capabilities such as tap to share.

HP ProDesk 600 G1
Offering some of the most popular form factor options, as well as a long and stable life cycle, the ProDesk is designed to meet everyday business needs. It can be upgraded to optional solid-state drives for better performance when multi-tasking, and is available in two chassis options including a tower form factor for full-size expandability and a compact chassis for reduced power consumption and efficiency.

Expected to be available in Asia Pacific and Japan in June 2013, the HP Elite One G1 800 touch-enabled AiO starts at US$1,299, while the standard HP EliteOne G1 800 AiO starts at US$1,099. The EliteDesk 800 series starts at US$815, while the HP ProOne 600 series starts at US$999. The ProDesk 600 G1 series starts at US$760.

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