easyEverything has bought 30,000 e-Vectra e-PCs from Hewlett-Packard for 70 new Internet cafes across Europe.
With no floppy drives and just three parts - a motherboard, a hard drive and an external power supply - easyEverything chose the e-Vectra because it would be simpler to control and manage.
HP will also supply Netservers and networking equipment in the £30m three-year deal, together with consultancy and a 24-hour helpdesk from operation centres in Bristol and Grenoble.
John Sands, IT director for easyEverything, said, "We had been very satisfied with the broad level of services and support provided by HP during the establishment of easyEverything cafes in London where we have now rolled out over 2,300 HP Vectra VLi8 PCs across five locations.
"The move to HP's e-Vectra platform, however, is a logical progression for us."