That’s right, HP has acquired Voodoo PC, which some believe was a move to compete with Dell/Alienware. What are your thoughts?

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but VoodooPC CEO Ravi Sood and his brother Rahul will be joining a new gaming business unit within HP’s Personal Systems Group. Rahul Sood describes the two companies as “complimentary opposites” and believes that VoodooPC’s expertise with gaming and high-end PCs combined with HP’s “innovations, scale, and leverage” will result in “some of the most compelling machines money can buy.”

[via Kotaku]

That’s right, HP has acquired Voodoo PC, which some believe was a move to compete with Dell/Alienware. What are your thoughts?

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but VoodooPC CEO Ravi Sood and his brother Rahul will be joining a new gaming business unit within HP’s Personal Systems Group. Rahul Sood describes the two companies as “complimentary opposites” and believes that VoodooPC’s expertise with gaming and high-end PCs combined with HP’s “innovations, scale, and leverage” will result in “some of the most compelling machines money can buy.”

[via Kotaku]