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HP’s new portfolio of all-in-one’s bring Surface Studio like style to the desktop

Over the past couple of years, companies such as Dell and HP have quietly revamped their approach to consumer and enterprise products. With a seemingly concerted effort to distance themselves from being just another big box manufacturer peddling lackluster hardware and experiences, both HP and Dell have recently created products that are receiving noteworthy praise from the industry.

Looking to continue that trend, HP has released a new round of All-in-Ones that bring a certain level of professional style modern PC users are now feeling entitled to.

Aside from the aesthetic similarities to Microsoft’s recently released Surface Studio, the Pavilion All-In-One range come with slightly beefier specs than the seemingly over priced Surface Studio.

RAM

Whether gaming, watching high-definition videos, or multitasking across applications, the Pavillion All-In-One with up to 16GB memory keeps up with you.

Ports

A robust port selection means you’ll never be reaching for a dongle. Easily connect all your accessories with a 3-in-1 media card slot, one USB-C, two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, HDMI-in, and HDMI-out connections.

Storage

Take advantage of a variety of storage options from a traditional hard drive for the ultimate capacity to the speed of an SSD, or get both with our dual storage offering. Certain models can house up to 2TB of storage.

As with so many PCs being built today, the new Pavilion All-in-Ones come with Intel’s latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors, touch enabled screens, edge to edge displays, and up to 4K resolution. Gamers may also enjoy the ability to load up their workstations with optional AMD Radeon 530 graphics.

The new Pavilion All-in-Ones are priced being priced as low as $749.99 upon release.

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Are you interested in an All-in-One these days and why?