The head of HP Personal Systems Groupin the UK, Paul Hunter, has released a statement regarding HP's recent revelation that it was considering pulling out of the PC market and has said that it is still business as usual for HP in the UK.
The statement calls into question some of the articles that have been written about CEO Leo Apotheker's new strategy for HP, which sees the business separated into two sections: software and hardware, with the hardware side put on the market for potential buyers.
While it's pretty clear that Apotheker is looking to offload the hardware side, Hunter is quick to mention that HP hasn't actually said it is quitting the PC business.
Not quitting... yet
"Let me be absolutely clear in saying that at no stage has HP said it is quitting the PC business," explained Apotheker.
"Three options are being investigated, and whether the company is spun off, sold or kept in the HP portfolio, the team in the UK remains committed to creating and supporting great products and services."
He is also keen to point out that if a sale were to happen, then customers would still be cared for.
"HP PSG UK is only going in one direction, forwards and that means customers can have confidence that existing HP products will be supported under the terms of their warranties as will any future purchases.
"Likewise, all webOS products will be supported and HP fully intends to support the future development of the webOS platform, though again how that will be managed is still under discussion."
Unfortunately it hasn't really explained how it will be doing this, other than: "I apologise that we have been slow to answer some of the questions around webOS.
"The sheer scale of interest in the discounted products took us a little by surprise. We are now working on ensuring everyone that owns a webOS device has a positive experience."
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