HP launches new All-in-One PCs

HP ENVY PavilionNobody likes the hassle of setting up a new computer, and if it’s one of your biggest gripes about getting a new PC, HP’s brand new All-in-One desktop line might be what you’re looking for. Announced today, the company has four new models, each one suited for different consumers. First up we have the Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One PC: designed for business users, featuring security and management features with optional touch capability.

Next we have the HP Compaq Pro 6300 All-in-One: designed for most everyday business and public sector computing requirements. Then we have the HP Envy 23 All-in-One PC for the higher-end users, and lastly the HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One for regular users who want a computer for everyday use. We won’t go into full details about the computers’ specs here, but you can find out more at their respective product pages (links below) and the official HP blog (for a hands on preview of the ENVY 23 and Pavilion 23). HP’s new All-in-One PCs will start from $649.99 and will go on sale on September (Compaq Elite 8300 and Pro 6300) and August (ENVY and Pavilion).

[Press Release | Compaq Elite 8300Compaq Pro 6300]

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