Hewlett-Packard is launching a new range of PCs targeted specifically at business and commercial sectors.
Last week saw the first fruits of this programme, starting with entry level Vectra 500s. All have Pentium processors and new storage systems, including some high capacity tape units.
Designed for the small business market, they reflect the recent period of industry-wide price cuts, and are priced competitively. Starting at $1,100, they rise to $2,601 for the 200MHz Pentium models. This week should see the launch of additional Pentium and Pentium Pro systems that are designed largely for enterprise business users concerned about is the cost of PC ownership and management.
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