The new HP Envy 23 and HP Envy 20 TouchSmart PCs are designed for Windows 8 use and are capable of sensing up to 10 fingers on the screen simultaneously. Each model features the latest Intel processor, an optional ExpressCache, solid state drive storage devices and up to 3 TB of hard drive capacity for documents. Additionally, the ENVY models sport Beats Audio, as well as HP's pre-installed software. The HP Envy 23 TouchSmart has a price point of $999, while the HP ENVY 20 variation is priced at $799. Both models are expected to be available in the United States in October.
"The clean look of an all-in-one PC and the ease of one-cord set-up are key reasons customers turn to HP," said James Mouton, senior vice president and general manager, Personal Computer Global Business Unit, HP. "The Spectre design is art as well as a powerful entertainment hub. Across our rich line of all-in-ones, we continue to drive value and differentiation that have earned us sales of more than 5 million all-in-ones."
Up next is the SpectreOne All-in-one PC, which features an ultraslim design and a 23.6-inch curved HD display. With a width of just 11.5 mm, the SpectreOne is HP's thinnest all-in-one PC. This model features multitouch capabilities, an Nvidia 1 GB graphics card, the latest Intel processor and an optional solid state drive. The SpectreOne has a starting price tag of $1,299 and is expected to be available in November.
Lastly, the HP Pavilion 20 All-in-one boasts a 20-inch HD display at a great value. This non-touch all-in-one PC features an HP TrueVision HD webcam and HP pre-installed software. The HP Pavilion 20 is priced at a fair $449, with availability beginning in October.