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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