Earlier this week – HP unveiled a bunch of new all-in-one PCs for both consumers and businesses. For consumers, HP has announced 2 models in their HP Omni Series – the HP Omni 120 and HP Omni 220.
The HP Omni 120 has a 20-inch diagonal high-definition display and the HP Omni 220 has a 21.5-inch high-definition display. Both offer plenty of storage and built-in speakers. The HP Omni 120 offers a choice of either AMD or Intel processors. The HP Omni 220 comes with Intel’s second-generation quad-core processors and Beats Audio. The HP Omni 120 is expected to be available on Sept. 21st in the U.S. starting at $399.99 and the HP Omni 220 is expected to be available on Sept. 11th in the U.S. starting at $799.99.
Also for consumers – HP has announced 3 new models with its award-winning touch technology: the HP TouchSmart 320 (20-inch), HP TouchSmart 420 (21.5-inch), and HP TouchSmart 520 (23-inch).
(Note: above photo is of the HP TouchSmart 520 – however the TouchSmart 320 and Touch Smart 420 use the exact same design just with smaller screen sizes.)
These new TouchSmart models have free-standing, tilt-enabled displays with the space between the stand and display for you to conveniently slide the keyboard under when you’re not using it (awesome for freeing up desk or table space!). These models have integrated Beats Audio technology for awesome audio (you can even buy an optional HP Pulse Subwoofer for even more awesome sound). The HP TouchSmart 320 is expected to be available on Oct. 2nd in the U.S. starting at $599.99. The HP TouchSmart 420 is expected to be available on Sept. 11th starting at $699.99 and the HP TouchSmart 520 is also expected to be available on Sept. 11th starting at $899.99.
For the first time – HP is announcing a TouchSmart model for small businesses: the HP TouchSmart Elite 7320. The TouchSmart Elite 7320 has a 21.5-inch high-definition diagonal LED backlit touch display and will come with Intel’s second generation Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processors. The HP TouchSmart Elite 7320 is expected to be available on Sept. 21st in the U.S. starting at $850.
HP also announced the HP Pro 3420 for small businesses as well which is smaller than the above-mentioned TouchSmart with a 20-inch diagonal screen and Intel’s latest Core i3 processor. The HP Pro 3420 is expected to be available in the U.S. in October starting at $599.
Also this week, HP announced the updated HP Pavilion dm1. The new dm1 features a 11.6-inch high-definition LED display, Beats Audio, and battery life up to 11.5 hours making for a great ultraportable PC.