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If you need to get some work done at The Beverly Hilton, head down to its 24-hour business center adjacent to the reception desk. There you’ll find a large wood-topped desk divided into four triangle-shaped stations, each with a large-screen Mac. It will cost you $3.75 to get online for 15 minutes. The automated center is also equipped with a color ($2 per page) and black-and-white ($1 per page) printer, fax machines (domestic $3 for the first page and $1 for additional pages; international $7 for first page, $3 for additional pages), scanner ($3 per page) and a copier (black-and-white copies $.25 cents per page; color copies $2 per page). For those who are less tech-savvy and need some help, the Four-Star hotel also has the AVT Event Technology and Business Center on its lobby level. The full-service, staffed business center offers printing, copying, collating, data entry or file transfer needs. The staff there also can assist with any audiovisual needs if you are having a meeting or conference at the hotel. They also provide lighting, projection, audio and technical support. To get online using one of AVT’s onsite computers, it will cost $.50 a minute or $15 for an hour. AVT is open Monday to Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.