Hewlett Packard has announced four Windows 8 all-in-one PCs including the SpectreOne (above) and the Pavilion 20. The SpectreOne won’t have a mouse and they are using a wireless touchpad instead.
The SpectreOne has a 23.6-inch screen with a thickness of 11.5mm. The screen is 1080p and 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. The computer has four USB ports, HDMI-out, memory card reader, and an Ethernet port. The SpectreOne has NFC, Intel Ivy Bridge processor, Beats Audio, and an NVIDIA GeForce graphics card. The SpectreOne goes on sale in November and it starts at $1,299.
Envy 20 and Envy 23
HP also announced the touchscreen Envy 20 and 23. The Envy 20 has a 20-inch screen and the Envy 23 has a 23-inch screen. Each has a 1080p resolution, a mouse, a PC-style keyboard, and an optical drive. The Envy 20 and 23 has Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors. The Envy 20 and 23 will start at around $849 or $1099 and pre-orders are starting on the same date.
The HP Pavilion 20 starts at $499 and is up for pre-order on October 26.