On Tuesday HP declared its two new Pavilion All-in-One PCs with 23.8-inch and 27-inch displays correspondingly. Corporation further stated that, these two desktop PCs reach for the school spree and pack some of the features that make them appropriate mutually for parents and kids and are priced at $749.99 (roughly Rs. 48,300).
The new Pavilion desktops arrive with 23.8-inch and 27-inch displays with up to 4K resolution. There are versions with touchscreen displays and 23.8-inch versions also accessible with edge design.
Mutually the new Pavilion desktop PCs are accessible with up to seventh-generation Intel Core processors and up to 16GB of RAM. There is AMD Radeon 530 graphics card for advanced video editing, powerful photo manipulation and casual gaming. Consumers get the option of prefering between the usual HDD storage space and faster SSD storage space. The new Pavilion desktop PCs also proffer the option of dual storage space that permits consumers to have together HDD and SSD storage space in hybrid configuration.
The HP Pavilion 27 is amongst the first PCs to feature Intel’s Optane memory that caches regularly used data to accelerate recital. Talking about connectivity, it offer options counting a 3-in-1 media card slot, one USB Type-C, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0, an HDMI-in, and an HDMI-out. The new Pavilion desktops have dual front-firing speakers that have been custom-tuned by the corporation in collaboration with B&O Play. The corporation has also further stated that, a fabric overlay on the speakers and audio custom-tuned by B&O Play provide more acoustic transparency for a richer, clearer, immersive sound.
The new Pavilion All-in-One desktops reach with a built-in webcam that goes back into its casing when not in use to offer privacy to those consumers who are wary of hackers. An optional Infrared camera will provide layer of security with facial recognition feature.