HP has introduced a new all-in-one desktop PC for businesses, the Compaq 8200 Elite.
The computer, announced on Monday, comes in configurations that can include Intel's second-generation Core vPro technology, allowing remote IT management. It has a 23-inch LED screen and integrated webcam, microphone and speakers, and comes with a one-year HP Virtual Rooms licence for remote collaboration.
Customers can choose from second-generation Core processors ranging from i3 to the most powerful, i7. The option of vPro technology can be selected for certain i5 and i7 processors.
HP also includes a variety of security tools with the Compaq 8200 Elite, such as an embedded TPM 1.2 security chip, and HP's ProtectTools suite, which incorporates DriveLock, Digitalpass and Face Recognition features.
The PC has two slots for up to 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM PC3-1333 memory, as well as a mini PCI Express slot and a drive bay. HP offers SSD as well as normal hard drive options.
ZDNet UK has asked HP about the Compaq 8200 Elite all-in-one's UK availability and pricing, but had not received this information at the time of writing.
Despite being the world's leading PC manufacturer, HP is looking at spinning off or selling that part of its business, in a drive to focus on enterprise products and services. Todd Bradley, the company's Personal Systems Group (PSG) chief, told CNBC this week that HP would take up to 12 weeks to figure out what to do with the PC unit.