Notebook computers don’t have the SPUNK that an Ipod has (trust me – I just got an Ipod Nano) nor the WOW factor of a blog, but no matter what a GREAT notebook is a POWERFUL tool that every small business needs. Some more than others. Many vendors make notebooks and HP has launched 2 new notebooks. HP’s notebooks continue to be solidly built and economical.
What’s nice about buying from HP is that you can get HP branded printers and other tools as well. Work with your local HP solution provider or buy direct. Other PC vendors sell hardware as well, but HP has been a long time provider of HP branded (not licensed) printing and networking solutions – key for small business growth.
“Today’s small and mid-size business owners need personalized and relevant mobile technologies to access their business information anytime, anywhere,” said Eileen O’Brien, vice president, Worldwide Small and Medium Business, Personal Systems Group, HP. “HP is the only technology vendor that brings together all the pieces market-defining technologies, HP Total Care services, a global ecosystem of partners and award-winning support – so that you can focus on your business.”
I’m not so sure if HP is the ONLY vendor doing all of this – but pretty darn close
HP’s thinnest and lightest business notebook with an optical drive to date, the HP Compaq nc2400 Notebook PC is designed for frequent travelers with its ideal balance of size and functionality. With a starting weight of less than 3 pounds and less than one-inch thin, the nc2400 offers a 12.1-inch widescreen display with large viewable area, integrated optical drive support, full-size keyboard, flexible battery solutions and a variety of wired and wireless communication solutions to maximize productivity while on the go.
HP Compaq nx7400 Notebook PC: Affordable widescreen productivity
The Compaq nx7400 Notebook PC is targeted for price-conscious users looking for performance and a widescreen form factor in a thin-and-light package. Intel Core Duo processors and 15.4-inch widescreen displays deliver greater productivity, while the strong, yet lightweight magnesium-alloy frame offers best-in-class mobility.
New flexible financial solutions for small and mid-size business customers are available, including low-rate financing and leases. Beginning May 15, HP will offer credit line capabilities for eligible customers, allowing them to easily add to their HP solution.
Through the expanded HP Total Care program, customers receive a one to three-year limited warranty on notebook PCs, plus 24×7 service, advice, learning and support for hardware and software beyond the life of the limited warranty. This complete lifecycle of services, tools and options provide customers a better overall experience.
When buying a notebook (or any technology) the hardware itself is important but you also must consider other things from the PC vendor such as support, financing (if you are going to finance the purchase) and options.
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