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HP invites resellers to share IT tips

HP invites resellers to share IT tips

HP is calling for local resellers to take part in an Asia Pacific competition called Learn with a Twist.

The competition aims to make learning IT skills easy and fun by sharing video tips.

There are four categories to upload a video tip to: choose, use, protect or transition.

HP NZ personal systems group marketing manager Warwick Grey says there is nothing like sharing technology.

“This competition should really be interesting to see what people record, post and decide what the best tip is.”

The winning entries will be featured in HP’s online learning centre website. Prizes include an HP Touchsmart PC, Mini 1000 and IPAQ 312 travel companion.

People can also win prizes by voting for their favourite video. The closing date for submissions is July 31. Voting ends on August 14.


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