HP has introduced a number of new Windows 10 PCs, including two new Pavilion All-in-One computers featuring a 23.8-inch and 27-inch displays with the option of an edge-to-edge display or a new “micro edge” display option, which the company says it reduces bezel 75 percent for more viewing area.
Select AiO models from HP feature an optional Intel RealSense camera to use biometric authentication using Windows Hello.
The new HP Pavilion PCs sport the latest Intel 6th generation Core process up to Core i7 with optional NVidia GT 930A graphics, Intel Pentium, or 7th generation AMD APU up to A10 processor with up to 16GB of memory. And there is also the options of up to 3TB of storage, with the option of up to 1TB of hybrid storage.
The IPS displays are available on Full HD (1920×1080) or Quad HD display (2560×1440) for the 23.8-inch and 27-inch model with optional touch. However, the “micro edge” display is only available on the 23.8-inch with 1920×1080 pixels resolution and it’s not touch enabled.
The near-zero bezel model tilts the display from -5 to 25 degrees while the edge-to-edge models can tilt from 0 to 25 degrees.
One noticeable feature on the new Pavilion PCs is the new open-framed stand that creates a light design and sleek profile that helps maximize the desk space, but it also helps for better cable management.
The new HP Pavilion All-in-Ones will be available in July with a starting price point of $700 at HP.com.
HP Pavilion x360
Alongside, the new All-in-One PCs, HP also is bringing to market new Pavilion x360 convertible laptops with new colors and a new Prismatic Lithium ion battery for up to 10 hours of battery life and faster charge.
The new convertibles come with Full HD IPS displays for the 13-inch and 15.6-inch models. Choices of Intel 6th generation processors, including Celeron, Pentium, and up to Core i7. These new convertible laptops will ship on May for $380 for the base model.
HP Pavilion Desktop
Finally, the computer giant also is introducing the new HP Pavilion Desktop. The new computer tower features a very small form factor profile with the option of Intel latest 6th generation Celeron to up to Core i7 processors with optional NVidia GT 730 to NVidia GTX 750i graphics. Or customers can also get the AMD 7th generation processors up to A12 with Radeon R7 Graphics.
There is the choice of up to 16GB of memory and up to 3TB of storage.
Pricing starts at $450 and it will become available in June.
HP is also offering a new Pavilion 32-inch Quad HD display for $400 and it’ll also be available in June.
For more information on all these new products visit HP.com.