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Saturday, February 15, 2003
HP announces new Pavilion desktop PCs with DVD+R/+RW drives


HP (NYSE:HPQ) today extended its HP Pavilion desktop PC line to include the HP Pavilion 754n and 764n, providing customers the first HP PC with DVD+R/+RW for less than $1,000 and the first six-in-one media card(1) reader in the Pavilion line.

"The HP Pavilion line continues to offer customers the latest digital media advancements -- meeting their demands for a powerful home computing system at a great value," said Sam Szteinbaum, vice president and general manager, HP North America Consumer Computing. "By bringing to the Pavilion line our six-in-one card reader, which we introduced on the HP Media Center PC, we are making it easier for consumers to transfer information to and from their favorite digital devices."

The six-in-one media card reader, positioned on the front of the PC, enables consumers to easily transfer data from all common flash media formats. For example, the reader will enable consumers to plug the memory card from their digital camera directly into the Pavilion 764n PC to download the images, without the need for an external card reader or special printer. Those photos can then be edited with the HP Pictures and Video Toolkit and printed or burned onto a DVD for enjoyment on a television with a standard DVD player.

With standard DVD+R/+RW, CD-RW drives and increased processing and storage capacities as compared to previous Pavilion models, the two new PCs are ideal for consumers looking for powerful, cost-efficient systems for photo and music sharing and storage, and high-resolution graphic and video editing. DVDs created using the DVD+RW rewritable and DVD+R write-once disks can be viewed on many DVD players and DVD-ROM drives -- the most compatible format on the market.

Additionally, the 764n features the NVIDIA GeForce MX 440 graphics card, offering consumers exceptional graphics performance with 128 MB DDR graphics memory.

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