HCL Introduces Infiniti Orbital K Series Range of Desktops

HCL PC with AMD Processor

HCL has announced to launch its Infiniti Orbital K Series range of desktops based on Triple Core AMD Phenom X3 8000 processor. The latest desktop is especially designed for gamers and digital media enthusiasts who seek for exceptional performance at mainstream price points.

AMD Phenom Triple-Core processors incorporated with the latest Infiniti Orbital K Series desktop is designed specifically to integrate three computational cores on a single die of silicon, resulting into improving application performance.

The latest HCL desktop promises to deliver amazing HD video and gaming resolutions. Besides, HCL claims high-speed disk and network interfaces are the other key features of the Infiniti Orbital K Series range desktop.

George Paul, Executive Vice President, HCL Infosystems, “The launch of HCL’s new desktops based on AMD’s industry-defining Triple-Core AMD Phenom X3 8000 processor carries forward our legacy of offering to our customers products based on latest technologies. Backed by our industry-leading service and support network, we are confident that the new range of desktops will be an asset delivering significant enhancements in gaming and high-definition experiences for our consumers.”

Infiniti Orbital K Series range series of desktops are positioned for advanced multitasking, critical business productivity, modeling, serious gaming, and visually stunning digital media and entertainment.

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HCL has announced to launch its Infiniti Orbital K Series range of desktops based on Triple Core AMD Phenom X3 8000 processor. The latest desktop is especially designed for gamers and digital media enthusiasts who seek for exceptional performance at mainstream price points.

AMD Phenom Triple-Core processors incorporated with the latest Infiniti Orbital K Series desktop is designed specifically to integrate three computational cores on a single die of silicon, resulting into improving application performance.

The latest HCL desktop promises to deliver amazing HD video and gaming resolutions. Besides, HCL claims high-speed disk and network interfaces are the other key features of the Infiniti Orbital K Series range desktop.

George Paul, Executive Vice President, HCL Infosystems, “The launch of HCL’s new desktops based on AMD’s industry-defining Triple-Core AMD Phenom X3 8000 processor carries forward our legacy of offering to our customers products based on latest technologies. Backed by our industry-leading service and support network, we are confident that the new range of desktops will be an asset delivering significant enhancements in gaming and high-definition experiences for our consumers.”

Infiniti Orbital K Series range series of desktops are positioned for advanced multitasking, critical business productivity, modeling, serious gaming, and visually stunning digital media and entertainment.

The desktops are priced at Rs. 33,000. The shipment is scheduled to begin this month.

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