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The IPaq offers wireless connectivity to the Internet and more functionality than that silly iPhone or Blackberry. Use Word, Excel, Outlook on the go. Listen to music. Remote control a web server! Use GPS to figure out how you got lost. These things are amazing! Scotty, beam me up! HP Business Notebooks can provide workstation level performance on your lap and on the go. With 4 or more gigs of RAM and ATI or Nvidia graphics, HP is tops on the SOS list of notebook vendors.
For the desktop, skip the average PC that uses Serial ATA hard drives. For a few hundred dollars more than the run of the mill PC, step up to an HP workstation. Many of these machines use Ultra320 SCSI hard drives. What does that mean? It means blazing fast performance that no desktop PC can match. Engineered for maximum reliability, the ProLiant ML350 G5 delivers essential availability features including 10 hot-plug drive bays and an optional hot-plug redundant power supply minimizing expensive downtime for increased peace of mind. The ProLiant ML350's simple to service, 5U form factor is highly expandable: six hot-plug drive bays, five expansion slots, and up to 32GB of memory provide for flexible configurations and headroom for the future.
For even greater reliability and performance, ML350 Array models are available with a dual channel Smart Array controller standard. The ML350 G3 Array model include the Smart Array 532 and additional memory providing you with advanced data protection technology that will improve performance at an affordable price.
HP StorageWorks tape and Network Attached Storage solutions protect valuable data in the event of catastrophic loss due to equipment malfunction, lightning strike, theft, fire or nuclear bombardment. As long as you have a good backup tape you can restore that data.