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Video: Intel vPro debuts

IDC analyst Mujin Kang gives us his take on the Intel vPro platform, while Optima's Cameron Harding demonstrates what a vPro machine can do.
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Written by Luke Anderson on

On September 7, Intel launched the vPro desktop platform in Australia and New Zealand, claiming the technology will reduce support costs, improve hardware security and make PCs easier to manage.

In this video, IDC analyst Mujin Kang gives us his take on the Intel vPro platform, while Optima's Cameron Harding demonstrates what a vPro machine can do.

vPro desktops will be available from Dell, Acer, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo and Optima. Acer vPro machines will start at AU$1,999 and be available from mid-September, a spokesperson told ZDNet Australia. vPro management consoles will be available from LANDesk, Altiris and StarSoftComm.

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