That habit probably means few of the products and services get as much attention as they would if they were drip-fed over a number of weeks, but that's HP's problem.
iTWire has previously outlined the consumer announcements and now it's the turn of the company's business-focused divisions.
The company's business inkjet printer range has been expanded with the Officejet 7610 (pictured), an networkable all-in-one that handles paper up to 13x19in (33x48cm).
Other announcements include the use of HP mobile devices to remotely view graphics from Z series workstations, a 'retail jacket' for the ElitePad designed for in-store use, integration of ePrint Enterprise with Good Technology for secure printing from mobile devices, and enhancements to the Exstream customer communications management software.
As for services, HP announced a pay-by-the-page plan for certain business printers and all-in-ones, and Priority Services (help desk and IT resource performance services for larger customers.
Pricing and availability of the new products and services were not included in the announcement.