Hewlett-Packard (HP)


The Hewlett-Packard Company, commonly shortened to Hewlett-Packard or HP was an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California, that developed and provided a wide variety of hardware components, as well as software and related services to consumers, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises, including customers in the government, health and education sectors. This success led Hewlett and Packard to formally establish their Hewlett-Packard Company on January 1, 1939. The company grew into a multinational corporation widely respected for its products, and its management style and culture known as the HP Way, which was adopted by other businesses worldwide. HP was the world’s leading PC HP specialized in developing and manufacturing computing, data storage, and networking hardware, designing software and delivering services. Major product lines included personal computing devices, enterprise and industry standard servers, related storage devices, networking products, software and a diverse range of printers and other imaging products.


  • HP Deskjet

HP Desk Jets are designed for home use. If you occasionally print a boarding pass or movie ticket but don’t have space for a large printer, a Desk Jet is a good choice. These compact printers can scan and copy in addition to printing. You don’t need an additional device for this. HP Desk Jets have a colourful design and are built to last.


The HP ENVY printers are also made for home use, but they often have more options than Desk Jets. In addition to printing, scanning, and copying, an ENVY printer also offers duplex printing and photo printing. Thanks to the high print resolution, special HP photo inks, and borderless printing functionality, you can easily print all your holiday photos and colour prints. In addition, the Envy has a useful colour screen or touchscreen screen on which you can adjust settings.

  • HP Officejet (Pro)

The Officejet printers are, as you would expect, intended for the office. An Officejet is an inkjet printer with an average print speed of 15ppm, so it’s especially suitable for a department with 1 to 3 people. The Officejet Pro is available for small offices with 4 to 5 employees. It’s faster and has a larger input and output drawer. An Officejet Pro can almost always scan and copy. Some models also have an automatic document feeder, which allows you to scan or copy a stack of documents in one go.

  • HP LaserJet (Pro)

An HP LaserJet Pro printer doesn’t use ink, but toner cartridges to print. These are cheaper than ink and you don’t have to replace them as often. This makes a LaserJet very suitable in places where printing is very common, such as a medium-sized office or a school. These printers have a high print speed, so you can print continuously. Many of these models come with useful options such as duplex printing or duplex scanning.

  • HP Page Wide

The HP Page Wide is designed for places where a lot of printing is done, like at a law firm or a multinational. This printer prints the full width of a page in one go, allowing you to print at lightning speed. There is also no printhead, so it never gets clogged. The Page Wide can scan, offers duplex printing, and it has an automatic document feeder. This allows you to automatically scan or copy a whole stack of documents. You can easily connect these printers to the company network or send a wireless print job.

  • HP Cloud Services Print App series
  • HP Connected Music
  • HP Connected Photo
  • HP Instant Ink series
  • HP Link Reader
  • HP Live Photo
  • HP Photo Creations Software
  • HP Scan and Capture Application
  • HP Smart Web Printing Software
  • HP Sure Supply Software
  • HP Touch point Manager
  • HP Update Software
  • HP Wall Art Solution
  2. HP Desktop for Home

HP Pavilion desktop

Offers ample storage space, advanced graphics, multi-display support, and improved upgradability, fitted in a tough design for a reliable machine.

HP Pavilion All-in-One desktop

Perfect for those who have limited space and prefer a compact build. It’s attractive, packs in impressive performance and can be easily set up with just a single plug


OMEN by HP desktop are made for the hardcore gamers. Powered with the best processor and graphics for top-tier performance and seamless gaming experience at all time. Cutting-edge design, made for easy upgradability, while the optional liquid cooling system lets you overclock without fear, so you can push your performance to the very edge and conquer the battle.

  1. HP Desktop for Business

HP Elite

HP Elite desktops offers powerful performance with tight security features, making sure your confidential work and sensitive information are protected from hackers and BIOS attacks.

The HP EliteDesk tower

Comes with multiple bays and full-height slots, additional connectors and plenty of configurable ports.

HP EliteOne All-in-One desktop

Comes in thin and sleek design with superb cable management, sophisticated power and premium security features.

HP Pro

HP Pro desktops are very professional and suitable for every workplace.

HP ProDesk tower

Delivers powerful performance, security, manageability, and value for your growing businesses.

Fuss-free design that is suitable for a front desk or space-constrained work environments.

HP Z Workstation

HP Z tower desktop and workstation are designed for long-term cost-friendly solution. The HP Z family comes in several ranges and specifications to suit every need, as well as fitting in the budget. The best of HP Z DNA with incredible processing power, professional graphics, maximized memory, and internal storage capacity that helps you create work that makes a statement.




HP 250 G7 Notebook PC

HP 250 G7. i5, 8GB, 500GB HDD + 256SSD – Bright Technologies

  • HP DSC MX110 2GB intel corei5-1035G1 250 G7
  • 15.6 HD AG SVA 220
  • 8GB 1D DDR4 2666
  • 1TB
  • Win10Home
  • 1year Warranty
HP ProBook 430 G7 Notebook PC


  • 13.3 HD AG SVA Display
  • Intel core i5
  • 8GB 1D DDR4 2666 / 512GB PCIe NVMe Value
  • Windows 10 pro
  • 1year warranty


HP Spectre x360


Part No. 9YK72EA
  • 13-aw0014ni/Rainer
  • Intel® Core™ i5-1035G4 (1.1 GHz base frequency, up to 3.7 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)
  • 8 GB LPDDR4-3200 SDRAM
  • 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
  • 33.8 cm (13.3″) diagonal FHD.



HP EliteDesk 800 G5 Small Form Factor PC


Part No. 8NC30EA
  • Intel® Core™ i5-9500 (3.0 GHz base frequency, up to 4.4 GHz with intel
  • 8 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)
  • 1 TB 7200 rpm SATA HDD
  • USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type A


HP V194 18.5-inch Monitor

5YR89AS HP V194 18.5" WXGA HD 1366x768 LED backlit Monitor, VGA | Laptop Direct

Part No. 5YR89AS
  • LED backlight, 46.99 cm (18.5″)
  • 1 year limited warranty including 1 year
  • 44.14 x 4.54 x 27.77 cm (Without stand), Dimensions)
  • Tilt: -5 to +22°


HP 55A Black Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge


  • Laser Print Technology
  • 6000-page yield
  • Approximate average yield based on ISO/IEC 1975
  • 1-year warranty


HP HDMI Standard Cable


  • HP x2 612 G2 Rugged Case
  • Warranty One-year


The following are the leading sources of Hewlett Packard’s competitive advantage in the computing and printing industry which have helped the company sustain its growth momentum in a fiercely competitive business environment.

  1. Brand Equity:

HP’s brand equity is one of the leading sources of competitive advantage for the brand. As a leading computing brand, the company enjoys strong brand recognition and social image. Brand equity is among the leading drivers of sales and revenue for the computing brands. HP is one of the leading computing brands that customers trust. It has established itself as one of the most reliable computing brands. Apart from its focus on technological innovation, the company is also renowned for quality products as well as offering distinct and superior customer experience.

  1. Technological Innovation:

Technological innovation is also one of the key drivers of performance for computing businesses. HP is one of the leading computing brands enjoying a large share in the laptop and PC industry. As of October 2019, the worldwide patent portfolio of HP included more than 27,000 patents. HP has introduced a large product range to the market in order to cater to the varying tastes and preferences of the customers worldwide

  1. Strong Leadership:

Strong leadership is also a driver of a competitive advantage which has been proved in the case of many brands including Apple, Starbucks, Microsoft, Google as well as Hewlett Packard. HP was founded by Bill Hewlett and David Packard in a car garage in Palo Alto, California. The company was led by visionary leaders and its strong foundation is still a source of competitive advantage for the brand. However, even years later than its foundation, the company’s leadership is among the central pillars of its business performance. Enrique Lores is currently the president and CEO of Hewlett Packard.

  1. Improved Customer Experience:

Customer experience is also a major driver of popularity and sales in the computing industry. As competition has kept rising in the industry, brands are focusing more than ever on customer experience in all aspects of the business including sales and marketing as well as after-sales service. HP also places a heavy focus on customer experience throughout its business operations including production, marketing, sales, and after-sales service.

  1. Global Sales and Distribution Network:

A global sales and distribution network is also a source of competitive advantage for a computing brand. HP’s products sell around the world in several nations. Apart from a physical sales and distribution network, the company also utilizes digital channels for the sales, distribution, and service of its products. Apart from offering HP global coverage, its global distribution network helps it expand its international presence.