HP's new Windows 8-powered 'All-in-one' PCs: gallery

HP's new Windows 8-powered 'All-in-one' PCs: gallery

Summary: HP has just unveiled four new 'All-in-one' systems - HP Spectre One, HP Envy 23, HP Envy 20 TouchSmart and the HP Pavilion 20 - in a range of prices that should suit all budgets.


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  • The Envy 23 will be powered by third-generation Intel Core processors based on Ivy Bridge technology. This means that there's no compromise in terms of performance, either in terms of styling or performance.

    However, one compromise that HP has made with the Envy series compared to the Spectre One is that the cool brushed aluminum has been replaced with cheaper plastic.

    If you want style, it's going to cost you.

    Image source: HP.

  • Despite having a smaller footprint compared to the top of the line Spectre One, the Envy 23 supports up to 3TB of storage, making the system ideal for those handling a lot of photos and video.

    The system also comes with HP Connected Remote, Photo, Music, and Backup.

    Image source: HP.

  • Pricing for the Envy 23 start from $999, and systems will be available in October, probably as soon as Windows 8 hits General Availability on October 26.

    Image source: HP.

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Hardware, Microsoft, PCs, Windows

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  • Don't want

    Windows 8 + non-touchscreen = don't want

    I could see myself upgrading a non-touchscreen capable PC to win 8, but if I'm going to buy a PC with win 8 out of the box, it's probably going to include a touchscren.
  • Lenovo A720 ...

    Eats this thing's lunch. I saw a few of them and they were absolutely beautiful - the stand being able to adjust it completely flat to completely vertical was amazing. The touch screen + Windows 8 made me go, "Ohh so THATS how Windows 8 is supposed to work on a desktop." (The models were showing it off using Windows 8 and not Windows 7). I was honestly blown away. My only complaint was that the resolution of 1920x1080 resolution on a 27" display that you view so up close was a little too low. If they bump up to 2560x1440 I would snag it in a heart beat.
    • Wow

      Wow, just Googled it.

      Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. I want a desktop like that, with a screen that pivots for touch input.
    • I agree. HD resolution on any 27" display lags behind the competition.

      Perhaps that is the reason why no 27" display was offered.