Taking international brand names head on, PC House is expanding its Panora range of desktop computers with high end hardware to support upcoming software applications. Already since the brand’s July launch, the company has secured a government tender for 4000 PCs, for use in secondary schools across the island.
Managing Director S H M Rishan says another 1000 computers have been picked up by the corporate sector and the retail market.
On Tuesday the firm announced plans to slot in Intel’s new 915 G/P and 925X Express chipsets in its new range of PCs, keeping up with technological advancements and improving demand in the market for high end PCs.
With the new chipsets, Intel promises the ultimate platform for enjoying digital videos, photos and music any time, anywhere around the home plus a better gaming environment.
For offices, the Express chipset supports dual-independent display technology function, which literally allows users to split the screen over two monitors to gain more desktop space.
The chipset also supports internet voice calls and speech recognition applications and improved data protection.
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