HP and Bang & Olufsen have tied up to bring the globally recognized sound of Bang & Olufsen and B&O PLAY to HP’s new devices.
HP has announced HP Omen with Bang & Olufsen and a range of HP Pavilion Notebooks with B&O Play to deliver powerful and immersive audio experience. These devices also feature customizable graphic equalizer that helps the user create a personalized audio experience.
“By introducing a new range of notebooks with Bang & Olufsen, HP is looking to blend high-end technology seamlessly into the lifestyle of the new-age consumer enabling the consumers enjoy rich and immersive audio experience. We are thrilled to work with Bang & Olufsen to create exceptional sound experiences for customers through HP Notebooks,” said Ketan Patel, Director Personal Systems, Printing and Personal Systems, HP India.
The HP Omen Gaming notebook with Bang & Olufsen has been designed specifically for hardcore gamers. Aggressive, yet stylish, the 15.6-inch laptop, delivers the power to dominate with a stunning design to give users the ultimate gaming experience. HP has outfitted the Omen with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 4 GB gaming graphics and an Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor, along with a 1920 x 1080 Full high-definition (HD) display. The Omen features a customizable back-lit keyboard with six programmable function keys, weighing just 2.12kgs and is only 19.9mm thick.
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Vodafone has invested over INR1,050 crore on ramping up its network and distribution and retail presence in Maharashtra and Goa circle over the past 12 months (April 2014–March 2015). The company has been focussing on closer engagement and enhancing customer experiece in an endeavour to be future ready.
Pursuing an accelerated growth strategy since April 2014, Vodafone has expanded its network footprint by adding over 3,000 new 3G and 2G sites across Maharashtra in the last financial year. During this period, Vodafone has increased its exclusive retail footprint by rolling out 17 Vodafone Stores and 200 Vodafone Mini Stores.
With this ramp-up, Vodafone has further strengthened its position in Maharashtra and Goa across relevant industry parameters – network coverage, subscriber base, retail footprint and revenue market share (RMS).
Ashish Chandra, Business Head – Maharashtra and Goa, Vodafone India, said, “Gaining the trust of our customers and winning the distinction of being one of the most preferred mobile services provider in Maharashtra and Goa circle is not incidental. We have won the hearts of our customers by pursuing a continued and consistent customer-centric strategy to bring the best connectivity solutions to our valued customers.”
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Cementing its commitment to help SMEs go digital in India, Google India has announced the launch of a nationwide initiative to help small medium businesses to go digital and get online presence on Google search and Google maps, without having to invest in a website or domain. As part of this new initiative, Google India will get 20 million SMEs online by 2017 by using a simple mobile-based app called, “Google My Business”, that will help businesses to create and manage their business information across Google products for free in both Hindi and English.
With over 300 million plus Internet users and over 6 million new Internet users coming online every month, Indian users are increasingly looking for information about businesses online. There is a massive information gap for local businesses on the Internet today, out of the total 51 million SMEs in India, less than 5 to 6 per cent have an online presence. With this new product, Google aims to bridge this gap through a massive feet on street initiative to help SMEs all across in India to get online.
Speaking about the initiative, Rajan Anandan, VP & Managing Director, Google South East Asia & India, said, “In the next three years, India will have over 500 million Internet users – and these users will need access to all kind of information in their local languages. Indian SMEs have struggled to build and maintain their online presence. Search experience for local business in India is broken today and we want to fix it by connecting businesses with their customers.”See more