Saturday, November 20, 2010

HP launches interactive device at 19,999

Bangalore: Computer maker HP India today launched its new interactive digital device 'DreamScreen', priced at  19,999.The touch-based device will offer content through the Internet like education, video chat, e-mail, movies and news.
"The device is designed to offer features and content to each member of the family. Users can browse internet, get the latest news and play games, providing a PC-like experience," HP India vice president and general manager (Personal Systems Group) Sunil Dutt told reporters here.The company has partnered with Airtel and Tata Teleservices for providing Internet connectivity, along with other companies like Apalya, Edurite, India Games, India Today, NDTV and Yatra for various content.Asked if the product was a competitor for Apple's iPad, Dutt said, "While the iPad is a more personal device, DreamScreen is more oriented towards a shared environment and designed for use by families."
The product's concept, software and user interface was developed in India, he added.The product will be available in the market from November 25 through 700 outlets across 60 cities              

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