HP All-in-One Envy 23 And Pavilion 23

8/29/2012 1:08:58 AM

HP has announced it would renew All-in-One series for end customers with 2 models: Envy 23 and Pavilion 23. These 2 models both have 23-inch Full HD screens and Ivy Bridge processors. These are the first models to replace All-in-One Omni which was produced previously. HP stated that they changed the name so that users would realize the luxury series “Envy” and cheap series “Pavilion”, like what they called their laptops. Envy 23 and Pavilion 23 will be sold on 2nd August with starting price at $949.99 and $649.99.

Description: Envy 23

Envy 23

Envy 23 has similar a similar appearance to former Omni with a teardrop-shaped aluminum stick at the bottom. The whole screen is covered with a glossy layer. The included wireless keyboard is made to nestle in comfortably between the display and the stand when not in use. It is known that Envy 23 will use Intel Ivy Bridge CPU for laptop and discrete graphics card; details will be announced soon. There are 6 USB 3.0 ports, multi-card reader and Wi-Fi b/g/n. Users can take optional extras such as an HDMI port, TV tuner, slot-loading Blu-ray drive, or touchscreen.

Pavilion 23 is lower model so it does not include the aluminum stand like Envy 23. It has a plastic stand instead. It has a tray-loading DVD drive and the edge-to-edge glossy cover is gone, too. For Pavilion 23, users can choose between Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge upon demanding. But at the base price it comes with an AMD chip. If you want, you can add a discrete graphics card but there will not be touch feature.

Description: HP Pavilion 23

HP Pavilion 23

To explain for the fact that HP isn't making touchscreens standard on these two models, they said that no many customers wanted to use this function, what they really needed was a cheap one.


Screen: 23-inch LED, Full-HD, touchscreen is optional

CPU: Intel Ivy Bridge (both) maximum Core i7, Sandy Bridge (Pavilion 23) is optional, APU of AMD (Pavilion 23)

HDD: max 2TB

GPU integrated: Intel HD 4000 (both) or AMD Radeon/Intel HD 3000 (Pavilion 23)

Connections: 6 USB ports, 2 SB 3.0 ports, multi-card reader, Wi-Fi b/g/n, HDMI + Blu-ray Player are optional

Envy 23 has Beats Audio sound system

Also, in this occasion, HP unveiled 3 All-in-One models for organizations and corporation: Compaq Elite 8300/8300 Touch, Compaq Pro 6300 and Compaq Pro 4300. 8300 Touch model has the 23-inch touch screen; Compaq Pre 6300 has 21.5-inch Full HD screen, optional Sandy Bridge Core i3 processor, and Ivy Bridge max Core i7. They are equipped with 2MP webcam, various connections with 2.0/3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, MiniPCIe, Wifi b/g/n and khe mSATA slot to plug expansion SSD disks in. These two products will be sold at the beginning of this September with the prices at $879 and $799, successively. HP said that more information will be given soon.

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