29 July 2017

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Microsoft Surface Pro -3

In what can be termed as a path breaking product combining the usability of a tablet and a laptop, Microsoft has released its new flagship device known as the Surface Pro 3. Succeeding the earlier version known as the Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3 essentially offers performance of a high end laptop built in a think and compact device that can give any tablet a run for its money. The Surface Pro 3 is powered by an Intel Core i processor making it the slimmest device in the technology world build using a core i processor. Microsoft Surface Pro 3 with its 9.1 mm frame comes with a 12" screen supporting stylus and an adjustable kickstand.

Lenovo attracts SMEs

Personal computer maker Lenovo unveiled a PC store for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), its first in the country.

The store aims to address the specific needs of the SME customer by making the 'Think' brand accessible to them and offering solutions that address the SME community, the company said.

DELL attracts SMEs with new Lazer Printer range

Dell revealed the findings of a study conducted by Hansa Research, which involved not only a comparison of claims made by leading printer manufacturers but also a survey conducted amongst resellers to determine the cost per page (CPP) & cost of operation (COO) for various Laser printer models. This study is aimed at understanding the commercial laser printer options that could help Small and Medium Businesses (“SMBs”) optimize their total cost of operation. The study highlights efficiencies of Dell laser printers in terms of speed and cost, thereby reiterating Dell’s claim of its commercial printers manage business costs, by reducing the total cost of operations.

Hitachi GST All Set to Woo Indian SMEs

When it comes to hard drives for storage, it is true that customers look at these hard drives as just a storage device. However, Hitachi GST as an organisation want to change this perception through continuous innovation. The company is setting new expectations and working aggressively towards achieving them. In an interaction between Ramesh Rajamani, Business Development Manager India, Hitachi GST and Faiz Askari, Editor-Technology, SmallEnterpriseIndia.com it has been unveiled that this storage equipment major, is all set to woo Indian customers and SMEs is an important category for them. 

Dell Getting Bullish Towards Indian SMBs

There are over 7.6 million Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) businesses existing in India, and they are contributing aggressively towards the overall growth of Indian economy.  This is more than any other reason for any MNC to target this potential segment, specially if it is into the IT and related industry. World’s One of the leading computer manufacturers in the world, Dell Computers has realigned its focus for the Indian SMBs.

Intex Offers Affordable Mobility

While computing is reaching its advancements heights at higher pace, with more and more people inclined towards mobility, the market has now clearly shown its mandate towards light, mobile and stylish computing device. And this mandate is not different among the small businesses segment as well. Not only an entrepreneur of a SMB organisation prefers to carry light notebooks, he also wants his executives to travel with lighter notebooks and computing devices in order to maintain certain style. Realising the trends, Intex has come up with compact and ultra-light notebooks recently. The company has recently launched two notebooks models based on Intel Atom processor.



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