HCL, MS, Intel in new system tie-up

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 25 May 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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NEW DELHI: Targetting the high-end segment, IT company HCL Infosystems on Monday launched an integrated digital entertainment system in partnership with Microsoft and Intel.

The company targets to sell upto 7,000 units of the convergence product -- Beanstalk Neo -- which includes a LCD TV, DVD, MP3-CD player, radio, gaming tool, web browser, video recorder and is also broadband and wireless ready. The digital entertainment system is priced at Rs 99,000.

"Beanstalk Neo is a multi-functional product with total home entertainment features. We hope to sell around 7,000 units in the next nine months," HCL Infosystems chairman Ajai Chowdhry said while unveiling the product here.

"To start with, we would push this product among high-networth individuals and the corporate top-brass like CEOs in the metros and other big cities. This is a product that can be used in offices of CEOs as well," said Rajan Rahi, HCL Infosystems national marketing manager.

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