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HP Introduces Revamped All-in-One Pavilion PCs

After experiencing record sales figure in last year, HP has introduced major overhauled and revamped pavilion lineup of all-in-one PCs.

HP has announced the latest computers targeted towards families in mind as the newly announced computers are suitable for works of household members. Apart from packing latest Intel processors, the latest models also feature large High definition display to provide stunning visual experiences.

While the newly announced all-in-one PCs are not meant to be used for gaming, the latest models come with solid display with adequate hardware to accommodate everyday needs. The latest all-in-one PCs from HP come in two different sizes. Both of the 23.8 inch and 27 inch models feature ultra-thin bezels along with decent speakers. While both of the model start with basic 1080p display, they can be configured to 4K resolution in case you want to have the best visual experience.

Apart from the solid display, both of the computer comes with latest seventh generation Intel Core-i7 processors which can be combined with up to 16GB of RAM. Additionally, you can opt for traditional hard drive or SSD to make the computers even faster. As for display, if you want to you can go for AMD Radeon 530.

As for ports, the models will ship with different standard ports. Both of the models will come with HDMI in and out connectors as well as 3-in-1 media card slot, 1 USB Type-C, two USB Type-A connectors along with two more USB 2.0 ports.

However, HP is yet to announce the official launch date of the new system as the models along with the prices. As last generation of all-in-one by HP started from $750, you can expect both of the computers featuring similar prices. With fall just few weeks away, chances are you can buy one of the two models starting from sometime in the coming weeks.

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