HP launches new gaming console Swing in India

HP launches new gaming console Swing in India

Hewlett-Packard has launched a new motion sensing gaming console called HP Swing in the Indian market. The highly interactive device will we offered with the HP Pavilion Desktop PCs exclusively.

The console will enable users to play real life experience action in games like tennis, bowling, basketball, pool and more. The company is claiming that this will be the first time motion sensing will be available on a PC.

The incorporated, CUDA technology offers enhanced viewing experience for the users. The device comes together with seven games offering life like experience with a dedicated graphic card for superior visuals.

"HP has been the pioneer in ushering the latest in technology and digital entertainment. Driven by the goal of bringing innovation back to the desktop, we are excited to offer HP Swing, an innovative gaming experience to our consumers; gamers, children and families, who can now enjoy unsurpassed dynamic gaming interactivity," said Vinay Awasthi, Director (DTO), HP PSG India.

The HP Swing employs player's body movements for gaming. The player would be required to move as per the game instead of traditional way of just pressing buttons.

Mr. Awasthi further said, "With this launch, HP extends its presence into the new-age gaming market. The HP Swing all-in-one package enlivens real life gaming in the comfort of your house. Our aim at HP is to digitally delight everyone this season with our exceptional gaming console that promises unbridled thrill and excitement."

The total experience with body movements, Visuals and gaming experience leave the player sweaty and out of breath. HP Swing is available with HP Pavilion desktop PCs that's starts at around Rs. 29,990.

Meanwhile, HP has also revealed Edurite Educational Pack for helping students learn new things in an interactive and interesting manner. The education tools are in accordance with both CBSE and ICSE boards along with 6 State Regional Boards.

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