Compaq has ditched its Prosignia family of computers for small and medium-sized businesses, as part of a move to simplify its product range.
Smaller companies will now be catered for by new additions to Compaq's Deskpro and Armada S product families. Compaq said a Deskpro EXS PC and Armada E500S and 100S notebooks for small businesses will be launched in the final quarter of this year.
The three products will include pre-installed software and a suite of additional services including antivirus software, said Compaq.
Francois Bornibus, vice president of Compaq's commercial products group, said: "The changes to our product lines are in direct response to customer feedback. Both our enterprise, and small and medium-sized business customers increasingly demand a simpler offering which better meets their distinct needs both in price and performance.
"The consolidation of the Prosignia product line and the streamlining of both our Armada and Deskpro product ranges achieves just that."
Compaq said it will continue to support the Prosignia line in Europe, the Middle East and Africa for the next five years.
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