Chip maker AMD, hardware maker Hewlett Packard India and Coca-Cola have announced a limited period offer to win the latest HP Pavilion dv2 series of ultra-thin laptops based on AMD's latest processor - Athlon Neo by purchasing Minute Maid Pulpy Orange.
Every customer purchasing one-litre PET bottle of Minute Maid Pulpy Orange is entitled to a lucky draw coupon to participate in the offer. Twenty customers, who fill the coupon and drop it in the drop-box, stand a chance to win a free HP Pavilion dv2 notebook powered by AMD's Athlon Neo platform.
The offer is valid till 30 June 2009 at all major retail outlets in Bangalore and Hyderabad.
"Through unique promotional schemes like this we infuse our consumers with the passion to win and rejoice, said Deepak Kaul, region vice president, South, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Limited.
"This time, we have chosen HP ultra-thin laptops powered by AMD's Athlon Neo processor which is positioned as the gadget of the new generation. We are pleased to partner with HP and AMD, leaders in their respective areas, for this unique initiative,'' Kaul added.
''We understand the discerning demands of people today and their aspiration to own notebooks that are not only good looking and portable but also kicks a punch when it comes to form & functionality, a notebook that suits their personality and lifestyle quotient.
The companies say the dv2 entertainment notebook PC is competitively priced.
The dv2 size zero notebook is just under 1-inch thin and weighs a mere 1.64 kgs. '' said Diptesh Ghosh, category head, consumer notebooks, HP Personal Systems Group (PSG) India.