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HP introduces new line of Elite desktops and All-in-Ones

HP announced today that it’s refreshing its commercial PC lineup with new EliteDesks and EliteOne all-in-ones PCs running Windows 10. The company’s updated Elite line packs “exciting features and performance that meet and exceed security requirements critical to all business environments,” shared HP’s vice president and general manager, Commercial PCs, Alex Cho in the press release.

For starters, the new EliteOne 800 G3 all-in-one features a 23.8” FHD non-glare touch screen (optional), 7th gen Intel Core processors, optional Intel Optane memory and SSDs, Intel HD graphics or optional AMD Radeon GPUs. Other higlights include dual-facing cameras, a fingerprint reader and an optional IR camera for Windows Hello.

HP EliteOne 800 G3

The HP EliteOne 800 G3 all-in-one.

HP’s new EliteDesk 800 lineup also includes three different desktop PCs, starting with the EliteDesk 800 G3 Tower: this model is highly configurable with Intel 7th Gen Core processors, PCI gen 3 SSDs and up top 64 GB of RAM, but there is also optional NVIDIA or AMD GPUs for enjoying VR content.

HP EliteDesk 800 desktop

The HP EliteDesk 800 G3 tower.

This desktop PC has two smaller sibilings with the EliteDesk 800 G3 SFF and the EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini. This last model doesn’t compromise on performance as it can be configured with an optional 65W Intel 7th gen processor, up to 32GB of RAM and HP Turbo Drive G2.

HP EliteDesk 800 Mini

The HP EliteDesk 800 G3 Mini.

These new commercial PCs also come with HP’s latest security features such as Sure Start Gen3, which protects users against BIOS attacks. As for IT admins, the HP Manageability Integration Kit will make it easy to manage the Elite desktop PCs through Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.

HP’s EliteDesks and EliteOne AiOs are available to purchase starting today, with prices starting at $829. We invite you to check HP’s website for more details about the new Elite lineup.

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