Hewlett-Packard unveiled its latest product which is HP DreamScreen. HP DreamScreen is a device which is designed specifically for Indian consumers to enhance education, deliver news and entertainment, link families, enrich spiritual life and provide access to the web via a touch interface.
According to HP India:
HP DreamScreen is designed to offer simplicity and relevance as it enables users to access the most-relevant and best-in-class content, affordably through the Internet — like education, video chat, music, movies, news, browsing, temple darshans and much more for a truly interactive, engaging and enriched connected experience.
What was once a dream is now within reach. A tap of a finger takes the families to the information, education and entertainment they seek. With such an easy way to access the Internet, Indian families will now be able to fulfill their aspirations and be a part of the digital age. With DreamScreen, HP is bringing the power of touch to the Indian families now.
According to the Jos Brenkel, Senior Vice President, Personal Systems Group, HP Asia Pacific and Japan:
HP is the forerunner in the technology space and with the DreamScreen we introduce a revolutionary experience and business model disruption that is built on a unique partner ecosystem to empower non – PC owners to adopt technology and leverage it in day-to-day life. The distribution cycle for the HP DreamScreen is tapped in such a way that every family in India has easy access to learn about the product with a guided hands-on experience.
The HP DreamScreen is clearly a leap into the future that will power the dreams of millions of Indian consumers as they integrate into a borderless, free digital world. It also helps take technology and connectivity beyond the big cities to the tier II and III cities.
According to Phil McKinney who is the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Personal Systems Group, HP, and head of HP’s Innovation Program Office (IPO):
We sat with people in their homes and listened to what was important to them. They inspired us. To serve kids, their parents and their grandparents in a family – sharing one device – that was our goal. Today we have unveiled HP DreamScreen, which is just a version 1.0 of a long series of product experiences to follow. HP will subsequently take this experience to other countries.
HP’s digital device ‘DreamScreen’ Price in India:
HP DreamScreen will be available at a price of Rs19,999 only. The HP DreamScreen will be available beginning November 25th across 700 outlets across 60 cities in the country. We would like to congratulate Phil McKinney’s Innovation Program Office team on this new product launch in India.
Via [HP India]