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HP attracts players to a game altar
Hewlett Packard (HP) has in its portfolio a notebook for players called HP Omen. On the occasion of its release, the company has decided to use a distinctive display in selected stores that works both visually and acoustically. The display we have designed and produced goes to Czech and Slovak retail partners of HP. It is about a new concept within the in-store communication of the client, which has so far put emphasis on visual clarity and being premium.
The notebook HP Omen has been designed for true players. It has a thin and solid metal construction and efficient components. HP wanted to create a display appropriate for a presentation of this high-tech product. The company uses this display with the notebook HP Omen in premises of its Czech and Slovak partners, namely Alza, CZC, TS Bohemia or Euronics.
The display lures with the fantasy themes in conjunction with the last episode of “The Witcher” game series. The display concept uses the effect on eyesight and hearing. The used speakers are an individual product innovation and their connection with the notebook enhances the experience from playing games. A distinctive feature of its design is the red backlight emphasizing the high-tech style of the notebook together with presenting the game that takes place in a fantasy world full of adventure. The game novelty that is demanding of a performance demonstrates abilities of the product. The appearance of the display that creates a kind of an altar and used wording are rather unusual in the concept of HP. “The previous HP communication in stores used to be visually very clear and premium. As the product is targeted at players, we wanted to present it in a playful way. Our results show that we have chosen a good approach, and that it is inspiring us to introduce other novelties,” explains Jana Kucerova, the Consumer Marketing Manager CZ&SK, HP.
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