HP have already launched their fair share of computers and laptop s during last weeks IFA, and now that’s all over they have decided to unveil their new all-in-one desktop PCs, all of which will come pre-loaded with Windows 8.

First up is HP’s iMac carbon-copy, the SpectreOne which comes with a 23.6 inch HD display, which packs a 1920 x 1080 resolution, alongside it the desktop also packs a NVIDIA 1GB GPU, NFC technology, two USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.0 ports, alongside it theirs also a HDMI in, allowing you to use the SpectreOne like a television, and there’s even Beats Audio in-built and it even includes a wireless keyboard and track pad.

The HP Envy Touchsmart PCs are the next of the new AIO’s, the new Envy’s come in two models, the 20 and 23, which as you can probably guess is a hint at their screen size.

The HP Envy 20 has a 20 inch screen and the Envy 23 has a 23 inch screen, both of which are touchscreens, which can sense up to 10 fingers at the same time.

Alongside it the two Envy’s also pack Beats Audio and the usual HP software, however they do only have a HD screen rather than Full HD, but they can be upgraded to carry and SSD up to 3TBs.

Last up is the HP Pavillion 20, which is the budget model of all of the range, which packs the same as the Envy range but in a 20 inch screen and a much cheaper price, the Pavillion however does not include a touchscreen.

The HP SpectreOne will hit the UK in mid-November priced from £1,199, whilst the HP Envy 23 will reach the pond in late October for £749, there’s no news on how much the HP Envy 20 or the HP Pavillion will be in the UK, but we do know the Envy 20 will be about $999 and the Pavillion will be $449, both of which will launch in October within the states.

 

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