HP is expanding their horizons with four new Windows 8 All-In-One PC’s. One of which is the first All-In-One in HP’s Specter line-up.
The Specter One is a sleek, futuristic looking desktop all-in-one which surprises with its remarkable thinness. The desktop is only 11.5 millimeters thick and measures 23.6 inches. Despite its thin build, the Specter One has 4 USB ports (2 2.0 and 2 3.0), HDMI input, Ethernet jack, and a SD card reader. An SSD is optional as are improved graphics. The desktop did sacrifice an optical drive and a touchscreen to achieve its desired thinness, but with a 1080p screen resolution, HP is hoping that you don’t mind too much. This particular All-In-One will be available on November 14 for $1,299.
The mid-range cousins of the Specter One include the Envy 20 and 23 which come with corresponding 20 and 23 inch touchscreen displays. The displays both have a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution. The two Envy’s will have Intel Ivy Bridge processors inside and 2TB memory, HP Connected Remote, Beats Audio and webcams. These two multitouch desktop PC’s will be on the market October 23rd. The Envy 20 for $849 and the Envy 23 for $1099.
The last All-In-One HP announced was the HP Pavillion 20, a low end desktop without a touchscreen. It lacks the pizazz of the other All-In-Ones HP will soon be releasing, but with its HD display and Intel or AMD processor options it’s still something to consider if you’re on a budget. The Pavillion 20 will be released October 23rd for $499.