Today, HP is launching its new All-in-One PCs lineup, following the trend that shows a 40% penetration in the US desktop PC market.
The HP Omni 120 and HP Omni 220 are the non-touch consumer models of the product line.
The entry-level HP Omni 120 runs either the latest AMD Fusion or Intel processors, featuring a 20-inch HD display, a 750 GB hard drive, built-in speakers (selected models with Beats Audio) and HP LinkUp technology to link a laptop wirelessly over the home network.
The mid-range HP Omni 220 has a streamlined cantilever design with a 21.5-inch HD display and runs second generation Intel quad-core processors and graphics. Like the Omni 120 it features built-in speakers (selected models with Beats Audio) and HP LinkUp technology to link a laptop wirelessly over the home network. Visit www.hp.com/go/desktops for more information about the detailed specifications.
The HP Omni 120 and the HP Omni 220 are expected to be available on Sept. 21 in the United States at a starting price of $399.99 and $799.99, respectively.
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