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HP Exeed Roadshow starts this week

23 Aug 13

Local tech distributor Exeed are hitting the road again, coming to a town near you with a great new range of HP PCs and printers.

Taking in ten venues across the North and South Island, the roadshow will also offer an update on HP's Enterprise products. The event is only open to channel partners, resellers and system integrators.

The agenda for the sessions are as follows:

• Introduction to HP's new commercial desktop range

• Introduction to HP's new commercial notebook range (you will be some of the first to see these before they hit the market in October)

• The new HP consumer PC range

• HP's new Z series LED’s and Z230 workstation

• HP's Officejet Pro X Series Printers

• Learn more about some of the changes with HP’s new V2 Gen 8 Series Servers

• Update on the new MSA 2040 Storage Solution

Roadshow dates & venues

South Island:

• Queenstown - 9th September, Heritage Hotel

• Invercargill - 10th September, Ascot Park Hotel

• Dunedin - 11th September, Scenic Circle Hotel

• Christchurch - 12th September, The George Hotel

• Nelson - 13th September, The Rutherford Hotel

North Island:

• Whangarei - 16th September, Flames International Hotel

• Hamilton - 17th September, Sky City Conference Centre

• Tauranga - 18th September, Trinity Wharf Hotel

• Napier - 19th September, The Crown Hotel

• Palmerston North - 20th September, Chancellor Motor Lodge

All sessions will start at 10.30am with tea and coffee provided from 10.15am. A light lunch will also be provided at 12pm.

If you're a channel partner/reseller selling HP click here to register or contact your Exeed account manager on 09 302 2144

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