HP powers up
Want to make a start in the graphics industry? You can hone your skills with Hewlett-Packard's new W-series Pavilion home personal computers. The HP desktop features LightScribe Technology's direct disc labelling system, which enables consumers to burn text and photo images directly onto the front of their CD-Rom discs. Priced at $13,988, the multimedia Pavilion PC includes a 17-inch liquid crystal display monitor, a cordless keyboard and mouse, a digital media reader, an Intel high-definition audio system with surround sound, a television tuner, built in Wi-fi access point and a LightScribe-enabled optical disc drive.