HP release new all-in-one PC DreamSvreen 400 18.5-inch touchscreen Linux based destop that you will never seen and HP DreamScreen 400 all-in-one PC availoable in India.HP connects consumers in India to Word Wide Web by new all-in-one PC and their new information hub delivers simplicity and regional relevance.HP DreamScreen 400 is designed for education, deliver news and entertainment, link families, enrich spiritual life and access the web via a simple touch interface…..
Aiming to connect generations of families and overcome the complexity often associated with technology, HP today unveiled a gateway to information and services prized by consumers in India.The HP DreamScreen400 delivers the full reach of the internet and access to localized content and services to all members of a family.To deliver information that is tailored for the market, HP collaborated with leading Indian content and service providers to create an experience for all members of the family, including first-time technology users. Thanks to an intuitive user interface, information ranging from school curricula to Bollywood TV and music is instantly accessible in English or Hindi. Video calls can be initiated by tapping an onscreen number keypad or touching a photo. Real-time religious services are brought into the home from webcams stationed in faraway temples, bringing spiritual satisfaction to the comfort of the home.
To develop the HP DreamScreen from concept to final product, team members from the HP Innovation Program Office visited scores of Indian families in their homes. The primary objective was to create a customer experience that would be intuitive to people familiar with basic cell phones. It needed to offer people convenient alternatives to the travel and long lines that are commonplace in India for paying bills and purchasing train tickets, for example.The concept and business model of the HP DreamScreen400 is applicable to other countries and regions.The HP DreamScreen400 has an 18.5-inch diagonal touchscreen display, a DVD optical drive, and is powered by innovative technology from Intel. It is expected to be available in India later this month at approximately 700 outlets across 60 cities in the country for Rs. 19,999 plus taxes, or about US$450.
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