30 de Abril, 2007
BAD NEWS FOR LOU DOBBS and those who dream of a culture with no flava. After all, it is an illusion that the American market won't keep responding to the growing Hispanic [as in "Spanish-Speaking"] population. Because it will. The latest sign that you cannot possibly hope to curtail the culture—especially when American culture is decided first and foremost by what will SELL:
HP today announced two additions to its HP Pavilion product line specifically for U.S. Hispanic consumers.
Designed in response to increasing demand from the Hispanic community, the two additions to the HP Pavilion product line are:
- HP Pavilion a6005y Desktop enables consumers to customize their PC with the Spanish versions of Windows Vista Home Basic or Windows Vista Home Premium. The PC also features a Spanish keyboard and optional Spanish versions of popular software including Norton Internet Security, Microsoft® Office and Roxio Creator. Consumers also will receive Spanish-language documentation including Easy Set-Up instructions and software manuals.
Damn. Even the cyberborders aren't safe!