HP West Africa has unveiled the new HP Elite Dragonfly PC as part of its desire to continue driving innovation in the technology space.
The Managing Director of HP Nigeria and District Manager for the Central Africa Region, Ms Ifeyinwa Afe, at the inauguration of the device in Lagos recently said the new dragonfly device was the first of its kind in the country.
She added that though the company had introduced other products in the past, the newly-unveiled product was unique, especially in size, weight and efficiency level.
Afe noted that 85 per cent of the parts of the dragonfly laptop was from ocean-bound plastic, thereby making it environment-friendly.
“Every unit of the new laptop that you see is from waste materials that people have disregarded, so we collected the waste materials and converted it into this product.
“I think the direction that technology companies should be focusing on, should be getting to a stage where every single thought that goes into our manufacturing process is environmentally sustainable.
“The survival of technology companies is not based only on competition but having a collective effort in producing the best product. The elite dragonfly is part of HP’s Elitebook range of commercial laptops with 360-degree compatibility and is designed to push the boundaries of life and work for the ultimate mobile experience for professionals,” she said.