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Friday, 18 January 2008 10:43

VoodooPC boss claims they are happy with HP

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Rahul is the man


We got an email from Rahul Sood, who categorically claims that Voodoo PC is happy with HP. Rahul is the Chief Technology Officer of HP Global Gaming Business and spills his happiness telling us that VoodooPC is happy with HP. This is a reaction to our previous story that is posted here.

He said that the statement that VoodooPC is not happy with the acquisition has “absolutely zero truth,” but at the same time he adds that there are always complexities with any acquisition. We will leave it to you to judge for yourselves, but what we can say is that HP doesn’t understand online press, and it doesn’t even want to try to understand us.

HP is an old beast who believes only in printed magazines, but this will certainly change; just give them a few more years. Guysm this might be a wake up call, as Dell already beat HP. 
Last modified on Saturday, 19 January 2008 07:26
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