NAR Design work with a lot of different businesses and a common thread between clients these days is mobility. Users want the power of their laptop on the road, but the convenience of a large screen and wireless keyboard and mouse in the office – they want a seamless desktop experience.
HP now have the HP Display and Notebook Stand that allows you to quickly and easily plug your laptop into a full size monitor, saving space and clutter in your office and also take advantage of two screens – your notebook screen and an additional screen up to 24″.
This productivity device normally retails for $299 – read on for the promotional offer.
Here are the benefits:
- Use two displays at once to increase productivity – your notebook display, plus one external display up to 24 inches in size.
- Raise your computer screen to an adjustable comfortable eye level.
- Keep your desktop clutter-free even when connecting multiple devices with the simple cable management channels on the back of the stand.
- Combine with a docking station, keyboard and mouse for a complete desktop solution.
Meg has just started using the HP Display and Notebook Stand with her HP ProBook 4530s for graphic design work with an additional monitor and has really seen the difference in the workspace. Sure, her laptop isn’t standard – the Intel 120GB 330 Series SSD provides the added boost that the Adobe Create Suite requires when switching between InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop and it is just a quick unplugging of HDMI and power and she is on the road with her laptop to see clients.
The new range of HP Ultrabooks with Windows 8 are just coming into stock and this is the ideal time to integrate the power of touch and tablet out of the office with the desktop experience at the office.
For a limited time, the HP Display and Notebook Stand is only $129 when bundled with a new HP laptop from NAR Design – or only $99 when you add a 24” monitor and wireless keyboard and mouse.
HP Docking Stations are also available to fully integrate the experience – don’t worry about cables, just plug your laptop in an begin work with dual screens.
Yes, you can combine the mobility and power of your laptop with the ergonomics and ease of use of a large screen in the office. Contact NAR Design now to arrange a time to discuss your needs.
NAR Design is a registered reseller of HP products including servers, desktop, laptop and peripherals.