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

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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- 23.6-inch full-HD non-touchscreen system;

- Ivy Bridge CPUs;

- Nvidia GPU with 1GB of RAM;

- Up to 8GB of RAM;

- Up to 3TB of storage;

- NFC-equipped;

- Prices start from $1,299, and systems will be available in November.

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While the Spectre One does not feature a touchscreen, HP will ship a touchpad with the new system. 

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The Spectre One is equipped with NFC technology that allows it to connect wirelessly to NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets, as well as special NFC tags.

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The keyboard and touchpad are designed to match the chassis of the Spectre One -- a design that is becoming all to familiar.

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The Spectre One features Ivy Bridge CPUs, a high-end Nvidia GPU and up to 8GB of RAM.

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The Spectre One might be thin, but it can be kitted out with 3TB of storage, and a solid state drive for fast boot up.

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

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The 23.6-inch HD display can be precision tilted to ensure comfort and best viewing experience.

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The Spectre One comes with USB 3.0, wireless 802.11n, and gigabit Ethernet connectivity.

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The Spectre One price starts from $1,299, and will be available in November -- in time for the Christmas sales rush.

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- 20-inch HD touchscreen system;

- Ivy Bridge CPUs;

- Up to 3TB of storage;

- Prices start from $799, and will be available in October.

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While the Spectre One is not a touchscreen system, the Envy 20 is, featuring a 20-inch multitouch HD screen.

This is the smallest footprint 'All-in-one' PC in HP's new Envy range, and is ideal for those looking for a system to fit into a smaller or more restricted desktop space.

The display is a 'flush glass' design, and as such there's no bezel for the finger to catch on at the edges of the screen.

If you like the look of the Envy 20, but want a system with a larger screen, then you should take a look at the Envy 23 which has a 23-inch display.

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The Envy 20 will be powered by a range of Intel third-generated Core processors based on Ivy Bridge architecture, which means that there's no compromise in terms of performance.

However, unlike the Spectre One, the Envy 20 features more plastic in the design, rather than the aluminum of the high-end model.

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Despite the small footprint, the Envy 20 supports up to 3TB of storage, so HP haven't compromised on disk space in order to make the system thin.

The system also features a range of HP services, including HP Connected Remote, Photo, Music, and Backup.

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The Envy 20 features Beats Audio and HP TrueVision webcam, ensuring a complete multimedia package.

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Pricing for the Envy 20 start from $799, and systems will be available in October, probably as soon as Windows 8 becomes available to consumers on October 26.

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- 23-inch HD touchscreen system;

- Ivy Bridge CPUs;

- Up to 3TB of storage;

- Prices start from $999, and systems will be available in October.

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While the Spectre One is not a touchscreen system, the Envy 23 is, featuring a 23-inch multitouch HD screen.

The Envy 23 is the bigger brother of the Envy 20, offering more screen real estate to show off the Windows 8 operating system. It is aimed at those with more desk space to spare and a bigger budget.

The display is a 'flush glass' design, and as such there's no bezel for the finger to catch on when swiping the screen.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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- 20-inch HD non-touch system;

- Choice of AMD or Intel CPUs;

- Up to 2TB of storage;

- Prices start from $499, and systems will be available in October.

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The Pavilion 20 comes with a choice of Intel or AMD processors, the only PC in the new 'All-in-one' range that comes with this choice. This has allowed HP to keep the prices low but still offer excellent performance and value for money.

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The Pavilion 20 comes equipped with a 20-inch non-touch HD screen. 

Being a budget system, there's no touch support offered with the Pavilion 20. Users that want touch will have to add an optional touchpad, like the one present on the Spectre One.

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Despite the petite footprint of the Pavilion 20, the system can be kitted out with up to 2TB of storage, making it ideally suited to modern multimedia demands.

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

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The Pavilion 20 start at $499, the most budget-friendly of the systems unveiled.

The Pavilion 20 will be available in October, probably as soon as Windows 8 hits General Availability on October 26.

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