HP's starting off a week that will most certainly be remembered by those who fancy technology with a new range of all-in-one PCs. In fact, four new models are being revealed, including two new ones in the HP Envy line. The Envy 23 and Envy 20 TouchSmart AIO PCs are joined by the first AIO PC in the HP Spectre product family: the HP SpectreONE. There's also the HP Pavilion 20, which is aimed at "value-conscious" consumers.
The Envy models boast 23" and 20" displays (respectively), the latest Intel CPUs, optional ExpressCache and SSDs, up to 3TB of storage, integrated Beats Audio, an HP TrueVision HD webcam, and a bunch of HP media-related software. The Envy 20 also offers HP Connected Remote, which delivers the ultimate audiovisual experience by turning a smartphone or tablet into a remote control, enabling users to wirelessly control music, videos and photos.
Moving along, the SpectreONE packs a 23.6" flush-glass HD display, a curved back and a frame that's just 11.5mm thick. It's operating with the latest Intel CPUs, an NVIDIA 1GB GPU, optional ExpressCache and SSD, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI-in, a Beats Audio headphone port and TouchZone NFC technology. Those looking to save a bit can look to the 20" Pavilion 20, which trims down on the offerings but provides plenty to just get the basics done.
The Envy 23 and Envy 20 are expected to ship in the U.S. this October, starting at $799. The SpectreONE will ship a month after that, starting at $1299, while the Pavilion 20 lands next month starting at $449.