When it comes to all-in-one (AIO) desktop systems, many always refer to Apple’s iMac as being a system that is not only functional, but beautiful to look at. However it seems that perhaps HP could be ready to give Apple a run for its money as the company has taken the wraps off its new Pavilion AIO desktop PCs.

According to Kevin Frost, vice president and general manager, Consumer Personal Systems, Displays & Accessories at HP, “We listened to our customers when redesigning the HP Pavilion All-in-One to ensure we’re bringing features consumers crave, making it the perfect overall family PC.”

The new Pavilion AIO desktop PCs come in 24-inch or 27-inches, depending on your preference (and budget). They will feature Full HD edge-to-edge IPS displays as well as built-in speakers that have been custom-tuned by B&O. It also comes with a built-in webcam that can be tucked away when not in use and for those who are privacy-minded. The AIO desktops will be built from die-cast aluminum, making it a pretty durable computer.

In terms of specs, these computers can be customized to a certain degree and HP will be offering them with either 7th-generation Intel Core processors or AMD’s A12 chipsets depending on your needs. There is also the option for a discrete AMD Radeon 530 GPU if you need that extra power. The new HP Pavilions will be priced starting at $750 which is actually rather affordable, so head on over to HP’s website if you’re interested in checking it out.

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