HP India has launched a new affordable mini desktop in India. The new computer is aimed at students. The company will collaborate with schools and educational institutions across the country to set up or upgrade computers in their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) labs at a minimal cost. Read more to find about HP 260 G3 Desktop Mini Price in India, Specifications, and Features
Price and Availability
|Price||Rs 19,990 (starting)|
The HP 260 G3 Desktop Mini is priced in India at Rs 19,990 for the Pentium Dual-Core mode. Another version with 7th Gen Intel Core i3 is available at a starting price of Rs 25,990. Both variants models come with an 18.5-inch Monitor. An additional HP Wireless Keyboard can be bundled for Rs 1,250.
Specifications and Features
- Up to 32GB DDR4 RAM
- Windows 10 Pro OS
- 7th Gen Intel Core i3
- Dual VESA Sleeve
- Labeled and color-coded components
The base model is powered by an Intel Pentium Dual Core. It can be upgraded to 7th gen Intel Core i3. The new desktop can be configured with up to 32GB DDR4 RAM. It runs Windows 10 Pro operating system.
The HP 260 G3 Desktop Mini can be mounted on a monitor via a Dual VESA Sleeve to reduce desk space. Its rear thumb screw allows the unit to be opened easily. Additionally, components are labeled and color-coded for easy replacement.
The company claims that teachers can read and present files effortlessly when the desktop is paired with HP Integrated Work Center and HP EliteDisplay. Additionally, the wide range of input display connectors allows users to share documents across multiple monitors.
“As technology becomes integral to businesses and consumers’ daily lives, students need to learn digital skills that equip them well for the future,” said Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP India. “Driven by our goal to empower students, HP has launched the mini desktop solution to enable easy and affordable digital learning for students across India,” he added.
The affordable mini desktop is made for schools and educational institutions. HP India claims that it is reaching out to educational institutions (especially in smaller cities) where affordable digital learning devices can be highly useful. The company hopes that the new HP 260 G3 desktop mini will be able to address the market’s need for cost-effective desktop PCs.
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