For HP Only

Museum Services for Hewlett-Packard Company

The museum is something of a shrine to the early glory years of the Hewlett-Packard Company in the computer industry. HP has a tremendous amount of goodwill among former employees and among former customers. The HP Computer Museum is not affiliated with HP, but it is our policy to support the company in everything we do. Since its inception in the late 1990s, the museum has provided a number of services to help HP promote itself to customers and internally by leveraging its past.  These services are provided free of charge. HP has also done many favors for the museum in the past, including shipping products from strange and exotic places (like Tasmania). The most common services we provide to HP are:

Of course, the museum is able to provide other services as well. In 2012, we set up a working demo room of old HP desktops and peripherals in support of HP Australia’s 45th birthday celebration. This exhibition was provided at HP’s Forest Hill, Victoria office free of charge. For on-site services provided outside of Victoria Australia, charges for personal time and travel expenses will apply.

If you are an HP employee or marketing contractor (with HP approval), please contact us if you need anything from the museum that might enhance your project.



Museum items on display at HP's downtown Melbourne demonstration centre.


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