Lets's Talk Computers - HP  December 13, 2003
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Interview on December 13, 2003
Take It to the Big Screen     Guest: Perry Ralph
HP (NYSE:HPQ) is a leading global provider of products, technologies, solutions and services to consumers and businesses. HP's offerings span IT infrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services and imaging and printing. Offering a better way for people to enjoy their digital music and videos, the HP Digital Media Receiver 5000 series uses a standard remote control and the television/stereo system.

Perry Ralph, the Emerging Technologies Product Manager at HP discusses how this Media Receiver enables consumers to browse through their favorite music and photos and choose what they want to view or listen to without having to access their PC using a typical mouse and keyboard.
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