HP launches premium computer line

Wednesday, Jan 30, 2019 19:00

HP Vietnam launches new PCs. — VNS Photo

HP Vietnam has unveiled its new premium line of consumer and business private computers powered by AMD technology.

The Vietnamese economy is now heavily driven by small and medium businesses (SMBs) and self-employed entrepreneurs, who account for 95 per cent of all firms.

They are looking for products that can meet their needs of productivity and security.

With this in mind, HP’s new premium PC portfolio enables both work and play for consumers and business users, while ensuring security and productivity.

“As the hyper-mobile trend is fuelled by habits of the younger population in Viet Nam, we’ve seen increasing demand for trusted, reliable and easily accessible innovation that meets users’ work and personal needs,” Lim Choon Teck, managing director, HP Vietnam, said.

Equipped with an AMD Ryzen processor and Radeon Vega Graphics, the new portfolio includes the HP ENVY x360 13, HP Desktop Pro A MT and HP EliteBook 705 series G5.

The launch, the company said, also marked the official collaboration between HP Vietnam and AMD.

Peter Chambers, director of sales, AMD Asia Pacific and Japan, said: “We are very pleased to partner with HP to offer AMD Ryzen powered HP PCs to the Vietnamese market.

“With this partnership, we will enable customers to get the most out of their digital lives and at the same time set new standards for security, performance and functionality.” — VNS

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