In appearance, the Compaq 8200 Elite All-in-One Business Desktop looks sleek and compact. This product is also equipped with various remote management features, security features, and combined tools so that the productivity is not compromised.
That features that claimed by HP makes Compaq 8200 Elite All-in-One Business Desktop is ideal for customers from large corporations, medium, and the public sector.
HP Compaq 8200 Elite All-in-One has a 23″LED display with High Definition resolution that is equipped with a webcam, microphone and integrated speaker.
HP complement these products with HP Virtual Rooms license for one year to facilitate business people making presentations, meeting with the team, conducted training with an online conference center.
Product performance is supported by the Intel Q67 Express chipset, the second generation of Intel Core i7 and memory support DDR3 SDRAM PC3-1333 up to 8 GB. HP Compaq 8200 Elite All-in-One also offers a selection of additional capacity Solid State Drive (SSD) to accelerate data access.
Security issues, this product is equipped with a standard TPM 1.2 chip integrated for hardware-based encryption, and encryption of personal improvement through HP ProtectTools.
Tablet PC is no longer just a device that highlights the appearance, but also toughness. This is that trying to present by the Latitude XT3, the convertible tablet PC designed for professionals who are always traveling.
Latitude XT3 claimed has the overall productivity, power and functionality of a laptop and combined with the flexibility and dynamic interface with responsive touch-screen tablet. Where this capability enables field workers, such as health workers, teachers, and service staff can work anywhere.
Latitude XT3 has a display measuring 13.3-inch LCD HD. This size is considered appropriate when viewed from two sides of view, namely for use in laptop and tablet mode. There is also an option screen view to work in the outdoor sun.
XT3 run using a new Intel Core i, with the increased horsepower to face the task of heavy-duty computing. More >
Had introduced at the event Computex 2011, Asus is now officially released the Eee PC X101 that carrying the latest operating system MeeGo.
X101 is also claimed as the thinnest and lightest netbook with a thickness of 17.6 millimeters and weighs 920 grams. This netbook is equipped with Intel Atom processor with 1 GB of RAM, two USB 2.0 ports, card-reader MicroSD and 8GB SSD that enables startup and opening applications more quickly.
In addition, Asus also includes Super Hybrid Engine (SHE) technology that is integrated in order to help conserve battery power.
MeeGo operating system was developed to help users stay connected through the interface that is comfortable and easy to use. Users will remain connected with friends and relatives with special More >
HP Pavilion g4 comes with an affordable price but with the latest technology and design that promotes style and portability. This notebook offers performance reliability, aesthetic appearance, as well as the values of excellence to support the use of everyday computing.
HP Pavilion g4 Notebook PC using 2nd-generation processor Intel Core i5 and i3 and equipped with HP HD BrightView LED screen measuring 14 inches also equipped with Altec Lansing speakers and SRS premium audio with an HDMI port. HP Pavilion g4 Notebook PC comes with TouchPad with on/off switch to support multi-touch gestures, and offers a choice of attractive colors such as Sonoma Red and Charcoal Grey.
HP Pavilion g4 Notebook PC was designed to express perfectly the performance and full PC functionality so as to meet the needs of customers against connectivity and multimedia experience with a smooth and enjoyable. To give more color and make it more personal and expressive notebooks, HP provides the option of Snap-On with a variety of attractive designs. More >
As the statement from Senior Vice President Intel Corp., Tom Kilrov quoted by the Telegraph. “Ultrabook is a new way of thinking about computers. This means that, this computer can do whatever you need, be mobile, and in a small and lightweight packaging. Besides these computers also have a good battery life,” said Kilrov.
Last May, Intel announced an Ultrabook project, where the new generation computer is a promising best-in-class performance and increased responsiveness and security in the shape that is sleek and elegant. Intel even claimed that Ultrabook would look by 40 percent of laptop consumers by the end of 2012.
The conviction was again delivered by Kilrov, who insisted that the era of the laptop will not end any time soon, despite the popularity of tablet continue racing. Kilrov claimed he had even received many requests for ‘super computer’ from various manufacturers throughout the world.
“We get many requests from manufacturers around the world because, although the tablets and mobile phones are great devices, they do not have the same capabilities as a laptop,” he explained.
“We believe the demand for traditional computer equipped with a keyboard would still increase. Users like to create things and most devices with touch screens are less suited for writing long documents or presentations and other jobs are similar,” added Kilrov.
Kilrov acknowledged some early products of ‘super’ computer will be priced quite expensive. But he insisted that the price will come down after a lot of manufacturing produce it.