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HP's new world

The recently merged computing powerhouse is working to show it's firing on all cylinders, with new products and marketing strategies. A deal with Microsoft to promote .Net is just a start.

The recently merged computing powerhouse is working to show it's firing on all cylinders, with new products and marketing strategies. What's next? Putting executives on stage at HP World to tout the new company vision.

HP rages against Emachines
HP takes aim at rival Emachines, which has been almost uncontested in the low-end PC market, by revamping its Compaq Presario desktop line.
September 24, 2002

Insiders saw survival in HP merger
Just four months after the acquisition of Compaq became final, key executives from HP and Compaq say it was the right call.
September 24, 2002

$50 million from HP, Microsoft for .Net
The companies plan to invest big in a joint effort to sell corporate customers on the software giant's .Net Web services efforts.
September 23, 2002

Business printers get more ink
HP announces several additions to its business printer lineup, including a new color laser printer priced under $1,000.
September 23, 2002

previous coverage
Workstations on the go
HP plans to unveil a mobile workstation that packs most of the power of its desktop workstations but weighs only six pounds.
September 22, 2002

Evo notebook dumped for tablet PC
The company plans to swap its Evo N200 lightweight notebook for its upcoming tablet PC for business. Will customers bite?
September 20, 2002

E-commerce vision clarified
HP spends tens of millions of dollars revamping its Web site in an attempt to make its e-commerce effort more coherent post merger.
September 20, 2002

HP splits PC lines on price
Want a power PC? Go with HP's Pavilion. Want a cheaper PC? Try Compaq Presario. The company hopes a tighter focus will help sell more machines.
September 20, 2002