China's Legend Group hopes to win its share of Hong Kong's enterprise market after its success in targeting home personal computer buyers. The mainland computer giant on Thursday introduced the Luna 6000 series in Hong Kong, targeting mid and high-end enterprise users with a taste for full-featured desktops. Alvin Chan Kwok-yin, Legend's sales and marketing director for Asia-Pacific overseas business development, said: 'Our home PCs enjoy growing popularity in Hong Kong, and it is time for us to develop the commercial PC market.' Legend entered the Hong Kong market in September last year with its launch of low-end home PC Future Pioneer 711T. Since then, the company has expanded its catalogue, launching several more home PCs and the Soleil V80 notebook. Mr Chan said the company had managed to meet its target of capturing 5 per cent - 10,000 units - of the Hong Kong market after a year of business. 'As a mainland brand, we are generally accepted by the [SAR] market. When companies in Hong Kong want to purchase computers, we are also invited to bid for the tenders,' Mr Chan said. According to research firm International Data Corp, Legend had a market share in China of 27.7 per cent in the second quarter this year. It was also the best-seller in the Asia-Pacific region, excluding Japan, with 12.2 per cent of the market. Legend assistant president Tian Haisha said: 'Although Hong Kong is not a big market for us, we believe a successful launch here will also help our sales in China.' The Luna series was unveiled in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenyang earlier this month. After Thursday's launch in Hong Kong, a marketing campaign will be launched in Chengdu, Guangzhou, Xian and Wuhan. The company will launch other products next year, including personal digital assistants (PDAs), printers and servers. Mr Chan said no timetable had been confirmed. 'We find home PC users in Hong Kong are mature - they just pick the right goods at the right price. They do not care much about the brand,' Mr Chan said. 'But for notebooks and PDAs, consumers would rather opt for some well-known international names that they can show off among peers. We would not compromise our sales with lowering our prices as some mainland vendors do. So we have to wait for a more suitable time to bring in these things in Hong Kong.' The 6800 won the 2002 Innovative PC Award at the Intel Developers' Forum in San Jose, California, last month. It features built-in wireless local area networking, with wireless mouse and keyboard. It has a 15-inch thin-film transistor liquid crystal display, which can be rotated and flipped over, a 64-megabyte graphic card and a DVD-Rom drive. It has a built-in smart card reader for individual security in environments where multiple users might share a machine, and its software can support up to 10 users. The entry-level 6600 also has the smart card reader and comes with a CD-Rom drive instead of the DVD. The Luna 6600 and 6800 run on a 2.4 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4 processor, and have 256MB of Ram and six USB slots. Both units will be available with a choice of traditional Chinese or English Windows 2000 or XP Professional operating systems. The Legend Luna 6600 is priced at HK$8,800 while the Luna 6800 will cost HK$12,800. They will be available in Hong Kong through Mac Pac Computronics (Asia), Legend's distributor.