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HP New Zealand set for new product launch

09 Oct 13

HP New Zealand is poised to launch new mobile and desktop workstations across the country next week, as well as high-performance displays and commercial notebooks.

Set for Tuesday October 15, the invite-only event offers media the first chance to see a whole new line of HP Z Workstations, designed for both "brains and brawn."

The tech giant says the product line meets the demands of professionals who work with large and complex datasets and intricate 3D models - "setting the standard for innovation, speed, performance, and reliability."

Check out the video below for a preview of the HP Z Workstations range:

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On the commercial side of things, HP will also launch a new range and EliteBooks next week - in what will be a new edition to the HP Elite Family.

Billed as "ultra-mobile in and out of the office", the new product range will see the launch of the dramatically thinner, lighter design of the HP EliteBook 820 - coming with a 12.5-inch diagonal HD1 display.

Check out the other products set for launch:

HP EliteDisplay

HP ZBook

Check back in to Techday.com next Tuesday when we'll have full news of the launch...

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