Gadget junkies are getting a hands-on look at some of HP's newest products Thursday as the company's Joy Caravan makes a stop at Centennial Olympic Park.
The caravan is visiting eight cities across America as the holiday gift-giving season approaches, showcasing HP's next generation technology.
Visitors can try out the newest motion-sensing and touch-screen devices, create a mix of their favorite holiday tunes, dare friends to a gaming challenge, or craft a personalized greeting card for a loved one.
Anchored by a flatbed truck featuring enormous rolls of wrapping paper, the HP Joy Caravan is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday near the fountains inside Centennial Olympic Park.
A portion of the display will remain on site Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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