HP has just unveiled a new range of all in one PCs with Windows 10, quoting “architecturally inspired design”. These are supposed to be computers that draw the family together with their features and designs. They use Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake CPUs and are priced at $749.99 and up.
The brand new Pavilion all in One PCs come in two sizes, a 23.8 inch model with ultra thin bezels and Full HD res and a 23 or 27 inch unit with thicker bezels and a Full HD or Quad HD res. There’s also a special “privacy camera”, that pops up at the top of the PC when it’s being used. It looks quite revolutionary and fresh compared to other designs.
The Pavilio AIO with bigger bezels also gets optional touch support. Buyers will be able to opt for AMD Radeon 530 graphics here, on certain models, as well as up to 16 GB of RAM and 2 TB of storage. The designs involve die cast aluminum and a metal stand that includes a hinge tilt, which has been tested for the equivalent of three times a day for 9 years.
There’s also an optical drive in the mix, speakers covered with fabric and B&O play acoustics. An infrared camera with Windows Hello face authentication is in the mix too. There’s a fresh presentation of the AIO models below.