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You're invited to Exeed's HP PC and Print Roadshow

09 Feb 15

Exeed's HP PC and Print Roadshow, taking place from the end of February to the beginning of March, will showcase new HP PC and Print products, highlight key market trends, and provide insight into the opportunities these trends present.

Attendees will get an in-depth look at HP’s PC roadmap including mobile devices, desktops, workstations and services. They will have access to some of HP’s greatest print products and initiatives and can get their hands on some of the newest releases.

HP is number one in market share in NZ for notebooks, desktops, workstations and thin clients. Those who haven’t partnered with HP before will get an overview of the company and what they do best.

Those who are already one of HP’s valued partners can head along to see how the provider can continue to produce positive outcomes for their business and customers by leveraging the best of HP and Microsoft’s latest products and services.

For the first time HP and Exeed are also allowing resellers to bring along some of their valued customers in order to strengthen relationships or help close business deals.

A range of presenters will round out the roadshow, each bringing their own specific knowledge to the table.

HP's Mike Pascoe in the South Island and Robert Lonie in the North Island will present some effective new ways to sell HP Print including their new managed print offerings.

Jason Cox, the Exeed HP PC product manager, will be a key presenter at all locations and will cover HP’s Elite x2 1011 and the HP EliteBook Folio 1020 family.

A special guest from Microsoft, Warwick Grey, will be discussing topics such as how Windows 8 Pro and Touch can create the perfect productivity partner, as well offering insight into Microsoft’s new OS, Windows 10.

New products on show will include the new HP Elite X2 1011 detachable 11.6" Tablet, which is the first notebook to support HP’s new wireless dock using new WiGig technology.

Other new products on display include the EliteBook 1020 12.5" UltraBook as well as the new 8" and 12" Android business Slates, the HP Pro Slate 8 and 12.

Those who attend will enter the draw to win great prizes. At each venue one HP Stream will be given away, and one attendee from the South Island and one from the North Island will win an HP Elite X2 tablet with wireless dock.

Dates and venues:

9:30am for morning tea and registration
10am–12pm for presentations

South Island:

Queenstown: Monday 23 Feb – The Heritage Hotel
Invercargill: Tuesday 24 Feb - Ascot Park Hotel
Dunedin: Wednesday 25 Feb - Kingsgate hotel
Christchurch: Thursday 26 Feb - Novotel Hotel
Nelson: Friday 27 Feb - Rutherford hotel

North Island:

Whangarei: Monday 2 March - Kingsgate Hotel
Hamilton: Tuesday 3 March - Novotel Hotel
Tauranga: Wednesday 4 March - The Tauranga on the Waterfront
Napier: Thursday 5 March - Rutherford hotel
Palmerston North: Friday 6 March - Chancellor Motor Lodge & Conference Centre

Click here to register now.

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