HP announced at a product presentation that it will unveil new computer systems with a Blu-ray/HD DVD dual-format burner in the U.S. and Europa in October.
Spotlighting the "HP Tough Innovation" as the main theme for its product presentation, HP claimed that it has extended the latest touch sensing technology to products from PDA phones to PCs and MFPs (multi-function peripherals).
The company's new HP Pavilion dv2000- and Compaq Presario V3000-series notebook PCs now all support capacitive touch sensor technology, HP said.
The presentation also included HP's latest printer, the Photosmart C8180 All-in-One, which comes with a touch-screen display and a built-in CD-DVD burner with Lightscribe technology, according to company data.
The firm also presented its new Compaq logo, which you can see on the picture on the right.