HP launches new AIO PCs with Intel 10th-gen and a new design in India: Here’s how much they cost
HP AIO 24 aims to deliver the desktop performance in a slim form factor. It boasts of powerful specs and responsive performance for better productivity.
Boosting its AIO PC portfolio, HP has introduced its new range featuring AIO 24 and HP Pavilion AIO 27 products. While the AIO 24 starts at ₹64,999, the Pavilion 27 costs ₹99,999 for the base model. These are already available at all HP World stores and online store.hp.com/in.
HP AIO 24 aims to deliver the desktop performance in a slim form factor. It boasts of powerful specs and responsive performance for better productivity. You get 10th-gen Intel Core i5 processors and NVIDIA GeForce MX330 graphics not only for handling heavy work but also for editing and gaming purposes, says HP. Also mentioned is that the HP AIO 24 panel can be removed in three simple steps. It also has HP WideVision Full-HD IR Pop-Up privacy camera that delivers 88-degree, wide-angle field of view.
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The Pavilion 27 has three-sided micro-edge display with a pop-up IR wide-vision privacy camera with quad microphone on top. Like the AIO 24, this also delivers a 65W desktop class processor performance in an all-in-one PC form factor. With 10th gen Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce MX and NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPUs, the machine allows users to edit, render and stream content easily, says HP.
The borderless screen with 86.2% screen to body ratio supports touch gestures as well for better productivity besides dual 46mm 5W B&O speakers with wireless HP audio stream. It additionally comes with wireless Qi charging pad at the base for both android and iOS.
“Consumers today are now looking for devices that can perform multiple roles – something that can handle office tasks with ease, be comfortable for a child to learn, or turn into a device for binge watching movies on the weekend. With big screens and ergonomic controls, the new HP All in One PCs are the perfect tools for a family. We have designed the devices to offer users maximum functionality while keeping their footprint to a minimum, along with several upgrade options” said Vickram Bedi, Senior Director – Personal Systems, HP India Market.